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Assorted Cochin Bantams

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Cochin bantams are friendly, docile chickens and tend to be submissive. The Cochins were introduced to the U.S. around 1850 from China. They require good-quality feed, make remarkably good pets, and make excellent brooders because of their calm, maternal nature. {{br}} {{b}} *Sold as straight run only. {{/b}} {{br}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 104 Small Brown Eggs/Year Temperament: Docile, Friendly, Gentle Mature Weight: 2-3 lbs. Hardiness: Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Often, Make Good Mothers Comb Type: Single Comb {{br}}{{b}}**Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping** {{/b}}

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Assorted Old English Bantams

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The Old English Bantam originated in England and were raised for cock fighting. The sport was banned in 1849 and today the birds are raised for exhibition. The upright appearance and confidence in this breed sets it apart and makes it noticeable. Our Old English Bantam Assortment includes many different colors including the Crele, Blue, Barred, Red Pyle, B.B. Red and Silver Duck Wing. {{br}} {{b}} *Sold as straight run only. {{/b}} {{br}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 100 Small Brown Eggs/Year Temperament: Extremely Active, Flighty Mature Weight: 2-2.5 lbs. Hardiness: Are NOT Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Often Comb Type: Single Comb {{br}} {{b}}**Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping** {{/b}}

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Barred Old English Bantam

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A picture perfect miniature version of the Barred Rock, the Barred Old English Bantam is noted for its black and white barred feathering. Being on the small-side, they require little space and feed, but make perfect pets and are very easily tamed. {{br}} {{b}} *Sold as straight run only. {{/b}} {{br}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 100 Small Brown Eggs/Year Temperament: Extremely Active, Flighty Mature Weight: 2-2.5 lbs. Hardiness: Are NOT Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Often Comb Type: Single Comb {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping** {{/b}}

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BB Red Old English Bantam

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The striking colors, alertness, and upright stance and confident personality make this breed very popular pets. They are entertaining with the certain "cockiness" their stance and stature portrays in such a small bird. {{br}} {{b}} *Sold as straight run only. {{/b}} {{br}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 100 Small Brown Eggs/Year Temperament: Extremely Active, Flighty Mature Weight: 2-2.5 lbs. Hardiness: Are NOT Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Often Comb Type: Single Comb {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping**{{/b}}

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Black Cochin Bantam

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These bantam Cochins are friendly, docile chickens and tend to be submissive when kept with more aggressive breeds. The Cochins were introduced to the U.S. around 1850 from China. They require good quality feed and mature in 2 years. They make remarkably good pets, and a pet Cochin can live between 8-10 years. They make excellent brooders because of their calm maternal nature. {{br}} {{b}} *Sold as straight run only. {{/b}} {{br}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 104 Small Brown Eggs/Year Temperament: Docile, Friendly, Gentle Mature Weight: 2-3 lbs. Hardiness: NOT Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Often, Make Good Mothers Comb Type: Single Comb {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping**{{/b}}

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Buff Brahma Bantam

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Buff Brahma Bantams look the same as the standard size breed with the same name except they are much smaller. These adorable feather-footed bantams are very gentle, easy to handle, great egg setters, hardy in colder temperatures, and make excellent show birds. {{br}} {{b}} *Sold as straight run only. {{/b}} {{br}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 100 Small Brown Eggs/Year Temperament: Docile, Friendly, Gentle Mature Weight: 2-2.5 lbs. Hardiness: Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Often, Make Good Mothers Comb Type: Rose Comb {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping**{{/b}}

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Buff Cochin Bantam

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These bantam Cochins are friendly, docile chickens and tend to be submissive when kept with more aggressive breeds. The Cochins were introduced to the U.S. around 1850 from China. They require good quality feed and mature in 2 years. They make remarkably good pets, and a pet Cochin can live between 8-10 years. They make excellent brooders because of their calm maternal nature. {{br}} {{b}} *Sold as straight run only. {{/b}} {{br}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 104 Small Brown Eggs/Year Temperament: Docile, Friendly, Gentle Mature Weight: 2-3 lbs. Hardiness: Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Often, Make Good Mothers Comb Type: Single Comb {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping** {{/b}}

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Golden Sebright Bantam

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One of the most stunning breeds of chickens in the world. The breed originated in England in the 19th century. The Sebright breed has black lacing with either gold or silver base color. They lay very small, tinted eggs, but do not lay well and are not setters. They are kept primarily for pleasure and exhibition. Sebrights have clean legs with slate blue skin, and their beaks are a dark horn color. {{br}} {{b}} *Sold as straight run only. {{br}} {{/b}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 100 Small Cream Eggs/Year Temperament: Docile, Friendly, Easily Tamed, Great Pets Mature Weight: 1.5 lbs. Hardiness: Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Rarely Comb Type: Rose Comb {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping** {{/b}}

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Hatchery Choice Bantams

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This assortment is great for hobby flock owners! You will receive a variety of bantams, and there may be an assortment of any of the bantam breeds we offer including any of the following: Barred Old English, BB Red Old English, Blue Old English, Buff Brahma, Black Cochin, Buff Cochin, Partridge Cochin, Crele Old English, Golden Sebright, Mille Fleur D'Uccle, Porcelain D'Uccle, Partridge Wyandotte, Red Cochin, Red Pyle Old English, Silver Sebright and/or Silkie Bantams. {{br}} {{b}} *Sold as straight run only. {{br}} {{/b}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 100 Small Cream to Brown Eggs/Year Temperament: Varies by Breed Mature Weight: 1-3 lbs. Hardiness: Varies by Breed Broodiness: Varies by Breed Comb Type: Varies by Breed {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping** {{/b}}

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Mille Fleur D'Uccle Bantam

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Mille Fleur D'Uccle bantams generally have great temperaments, making them easy birds to handle for the novice chicken keeper or for kids. It is because of this that they make excellent pet chickens. Their mahogany feathers with speckles get more and more beautiful after each molt. Mille Fleur in French translates to "thousand flowers". {{br}} {{b}} *Sold as straight run only.{{br}} {{/b}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 100 Small Cream Eggs/Year Temperament: Docile, Friendly, Easily Tamed, Great Pets Mature Weight: 1-2 lbs. Hardiness: NOT Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Often Comb Type: Single Comb {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping** {{/b}}

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Partridge Cochin Bantam

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These bantam Cochins are friendly, docile chickens and tend to be submissive when kept with more aggressive breeds. The Cochins were introduced to the U.S. around 1850 from China. They require good quality feed and mature in 2 years. They make remarkably good pets, and a pet Cochin can live between 8-10 years. They make excellent brooders because of their calm maternal nature.{{br}} {{b}}*Sold as straight run only. {{br}} {{/b}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 104 Small Brown Eggs/Year Temperament: Docile, Friendly, Gentle Mature Weight: 2-3 lbs. Hardiness: Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Often, Make Good Mothers Comb Type: Single Comb {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping** {{/b}}

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Porcelain D'Uccle Bantam

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The Porcelain D'Uccle originates in Belgium. They have beards, feathered legs, and their plumage is a beautiful blueish-white that almost seems iridescent and all feathers are tipped in white. They have good temperaments and friendly dispositions. {{br}} {{b}} *Sold as straight run only. {{/b}} {{br}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 100 Small Cream Eggs/Year Temperament: Docile, Friendly, Easily Tamed, Great Pets Mature Weight: 1 lb Hardiness: NOT Cold but is Heat Hardy Broodiness: Often Comb Type: Single Comb {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping** {{/b}}

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Red Cochin Bantam

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Red Cochin Bantams are friendly docile chickens that tend to be submissive when kept with more aggressive breeds. The cochins were introduced to the U.S. around 1850 from China. they require good quality feed and mature in 2 years. They make remarkably good pets, and a pet Cochin can live between 8-10 years. They make excellent brooders because of their calm, maternal nature. {{br}} {{b}}*Sold as straight run only. {{br}} {{/b}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 104 Small Brown Eggs/Year Temperament: Docile, Friendly, Gentle Mature Weight: 2-3 lbs. Hardiness: Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Often, Make Good Mothers Comb Type: Single Comb {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping** {{/b}}

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Silkie Bantam

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Silkies are named for their unique fluffy plumage, which feels like silk. They have several unusual qualities, such as black skin and bones, blue earlobes, and five toes on each foot (although not all of our silkies will hatch out with five toes). Calm and friendly and the most docile of poultry, they make an ideal pet. Hens are broody and make good mothers. Though they are fair layers themselves, they are commonly used to hatch eggs from other breeds. {{br}} Silkies are only sold in assorted colors, and we do not guarantee any colors in assortments. {{br}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 100 Small Light Brown Eggs/Year Temperament: Docile, Friendly, Easily Tamed, Great Pets Mature Weight: 2-3 lbs. Hardiness: Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Often, Good Mothers Comb Type: Rose Comb {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping** {{/b}}

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Silver Duck Wing Old Eng. Bantam

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The Silver Duck Wing Old English Bantam is one of the varieties of Old English Bantam we offer. They originated in England and were used for cockfighting. The sport was banned in 1849 and today the birds are raised for exhibition. The upright appearance and confidence in this breed sets it apart and makes it noticeable. {{br}} {{b}} *Sold as straight run only. {{br}} {{/b}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 100 Small Brown Eggs/Year Temperament: Extremely Active, Flighty Mature Weight: 2-2.5 lbs. Hardiness: Are NOT Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Often Comb Type: Single Comb {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping** {{/b}}

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Silver Sebright Bantam

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One of the most stunning breeds of chickens in the world. The breed originated in England in the 19th century. The Sebright breed has black lacing with either gold or silver base color. They lay very small, tinted eggs, but do not lay well and are not setters. They are kept primarily for pleasure and exhibition. Sebrights have clean legs with slate blue skin, and their beaks are a dark horn color. {{br}} {{b}} *Sold as straight run only. {{br}} {{/b}} Purpose: Ornamental Production: 100 Small Cream Eggs/Year Temperament: Docile, Friendly, Easily Tamed, Great Pets Mature Weight: 1.5 lbs. Hardiness: Cold and Heat Hardy Broodiness: Rarely Comb Type: Rose Comb {{br}} {{b}} **Minimum Order Requirements – 20 Bantams For Safe Shipping** {{/b}}

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