I have had Norwegian Jaerhons for a year and a half and they are as good as they say. They are excellent layers. Like mst pullets the start out small, but they soon are bigger until they lay eggs that are as big as my white leghorns even though the Jaerhons are about a third smaller. The hens and the roos are very pretty and colorful nad I enjoy watching them. They are active little go getters. The first out of the coop in the morning and the last in at night. They don't seek human contact, but they are all around my feet when I feed and I pet them when I reach under them to get their eggs. Their one fault is they can really fly so if you want to keep them in a run it must be covered or they will fly out. Fourteen feet almost straight up is no problem for them. I keep them with Easter Eggers and they get along great. I have had chickens for oveer 40 years and these guys are my favorites.