Golden Laced Wyandotte, admitted to the American Standard of Perfection in 1888. The Golden Laced Wyandotte originated in Wisconsin in 1880. Wyandottes are a docile bird, clean legs, mostly black laced golden feathers and black tails. They have red rose comb, earlobes and wattles. They will on occasion go broody and make excellent mothers. Used as dual purpose, egg laying and meat production, chickens. Hen can produce 200 eggs a year. They are considered a sustainable heritage breed.