Cayuga holds leadership positions in agricultural exhibitions of feathered beauties. Sometimes they are grown as a decorative yard decoration and are called coral. They will decorate any body of water with an exotic look. The dominant color is metallic black, but each part of the feathers shimmers in different shades of color. The shiny plumage is delicate emerald and light green and there are blue-blue spots. The brilliant shine of the feathers in the sun resembles the color of the May beetle. The neck, from beak to breast, is painted with white spots resembling frost.
The color of females is not as bright as that of the male, a darker color prevails in it, and the beak is completely black. The drake is distinguished by the bright color of the plumage - rich emerald and azure shades, and the beak is olive.