The Cinnamon Queen is a beloved breed that takes the best qualities from its parents, a Rhode Island Red rooster, and a Silver Laced Wyandotte hen. They are excellent egg layers and inherit cold hardiness from their parents. Hens lay approximately 240-large brown eggs a year. Throughout the winter, they will ensure that you have eggs. As mature adults, they weigh between five to six pounds. They are an excellent dual-purpose bird. They are mostly rose combed, with some having single combs like the one pictured. Cinnamon Queen female chicks are orange-red colored, with chipmunk like stripes on their backs. Cinnamon Queen male chicks have yellow down and light brown stripes down their back. All chicks have a red tip to their beak and orange legs.