At only 4 weeks old there is still much to be said about what these birds could end up looking like mature. However, at only 4 weeks old there seems to be room for wondering if some of them have any traits worth waiting for. The sad thing is that from the pictures of the parents these birds looked like they wouldn't be so bad. Needless to say this will be the last time I trust 1 or 2 pictures of what could be the entire breeding flock of birds. These pictures will go in order of what I believe to be the better of the flock, I guess on a scale of 1-7. Hoping people out there will be fair in their critique of these birds. This is my set of BLR Wyandottes and am already disappointed enough with the supposedly great stock I hatched. I know I wasn't promised SQ but I didn't think they would be so crappy Bird 1 has the best traits over all, but has a single comb. Hoping that if I can even get a nice trio or pair out of these that this bird may be viable. Bird 3 over Bird 4 because of the more solid and even red color on the feathers. Bird 4 over 5 and for that matter 6 and 7 because though the red in the wings is something to be begged for it only gets worse from here. What bothers me the most about this bird is that it seems to have red barring. While Bird 7 has a nice blue going for it, that is all it has going for it. The weird blue barring over the red bothers me and the total lack of lacing seals the deal.