The Lavender Wyandotte

This variety was PCGB standardised in 2013


Barred Wyandotte Bantam female

Lavender Bantams

The Standard for Lavender Wyandottes

Male and female plumage: The Lavender is not a lighter shade of the Blue Wyandotte, it is different genetically and is of a lighter, more silver tint, without the darker shade associated with the normal blue. The silver tint is more pronounced on the neck and saddle hackles of the male. All other parts to be an even shade of Lavender. Feathers to have a Lavender shaft. The under colour to be Lavender, as close to the top colour as possible.

Legs and feet bright yellow. Beak yellow with some horn shading allowed. Eyes bright bay.

Serious defects: Feathers on shanks and toes. Feathers showing any other colour than Lavender. Uneveness of shade. Dark shafts(quills) Dilute blue.

Lavender 2013

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