This graceful white and amber colored hybrid can lay eggs like no one’s business, even in the cold dark winters. It is derived from the ISA Hendrix genetic line and does not disappoint in egg production and cold hardiness. It is a very well-balanced bird that lays approximately 300 large brown eggs. They are docile and make great foragers. When they are mature, they weigh five to six pounds. Amberlink chicks have light yellow to golden yellow down feathers, and some have red stripes on their backs.