We just got four young chickens (a rooster and three hens) to replace our previous three Columbian Wyandottes, who were sadly lost to a Raccoon. I hardened the coop, replaced the chicken wire with hardware cloth, and made it into a safe fortress for the new guys. The farm where we get them raises Columbian Wyandottes, but one hen is a bit different. She has lacing on her back, but not on her chest the way a Silver Laced would be. Could she be a mix, or just a normal variation on Columbian, or something else? Thanks, Here is a shot of all four new 'uns, posing for their family portrait. Everyone else from the farm is like the other three.