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BANTAM AND STANDARD FERTILE HATCHING EGGS FOR SALE-*** All breeds are penned seperately***
Buff Bantam Cochins

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Buff Cochin Bantam Chicken -soft golden buff color throughout. Easily handled.

Red Bantam Cochins

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The feathers of both the male and female are an even shade of deep lustrous red with the males head, neck, back, and saddle appearing very rich red in color.

Birchen Cochins

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The base color is black with a nice green sheen to it. The neck and upper breast on both the male and female are white with narrow dark stripes running all the way through each feather to the tip. The males back is also colored this way.

Barred Bantam Cochins


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Barred Bantam Cochin Accepted into the shows in 1965 the Barred Cochin is somewhat of a newcomer. To many people the barred variety is very pretty with its defined parallel bars of alternate dark and light colors throughout the length of each feather.

Mottled Bantam Cochins <>

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Mottled Bantam Cochin- A lustrous, greenish black base color with many of the feathers tipped in white. A color contrast that really makes it stand out in a flock.

Mille Fleur D'Uccle

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This variety, in many folks opinion, is the most fascinating of all bantams. They have many unusual characteristics and their reddish-bay feathers that are tipped in white really make them stand out. Their colors will get better with age and they are very nice birds.They are somewhat less cold hardy and need some winter protection in frigid areas.

Silver Spangled Spitzhauben

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Spitzhauben History The Appenzeller originates from Switzerland and will lay well on little food. They are ideally suited to mountain life as they are excellent climbers, like to roost in trees and as they only have small wattles and combs, they don't have so much to get frostbitten. They have a well spread tail, full hackle and fairly hard, tight plumage. On the head is a horn type comb with two small rounded spires and the unique crest points forward like the bonnets on the traditional costume bonnets worn by the ladies in the Appenzellerland region. Spitzhauben actually means pointed bonnet. The wattles are long and fine and the ear lobes are white and oval shaped. They have a powerful beak with large deep nostrils and a fleshy knob at the front of the beak. The prominent eyes are brown.The Appenzellers are really quite bright and will happily look after themselves when insects are plentiful. They like having freedom to roam as well as having things to climb as they are always on the go and like to roost in trees. Appenzellers will need extremely secure fencing as they are very good fliers. They are good layers and will occasionally sit if undisturbed.

Frizzled Bantam White Polish

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White Bantam Polish - The Polish breed is one of a few in which the chicken is considered to be an ornamental fowl. It is simply bred and raised to be "pretty." It is described as a non-sitter, meaning it will not go broody and hatch its own white eggs. The bantam Polish are small in size-the cock weighing less than two pounds.; the pullet weighing 1-1/2 pounds. We have a frizzled roo in with smooth hens.Not all will be frizzled. Approximately half will express the frizzle.

Bantam White Crested Black Polish

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Known in England as the Poland, this is the most popular of the crested breeds. It is also one of the oldest, being known as a pure breed as early as the sixteenth century. It is a non-sitting breed and lays a white-shelled egg.

Standard Mottled Houdan

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This old French breed is known for its large white eggs. It is characterized by a large crest, fifth toe, and V-shaped comb . They are a friendly chicken, easily handled.



Buff Orpingtons

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Layers of good-sized brown eggs and reaching a weight in the males of 8 1/2 pounds, Buff Orpingtons are good dual purpose birds.

Black Tail White Japanese Bantams

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Black Tail White Japanese Bantams - The Japanese bantams are true bantams, not miniatures of a large fowl. Their outstanding features are the very short, clean legs and their tail carriage: A Japanese bantam's long tail is carried high and well forward. The Japanese is an ideal bird to run on delicate lawns and gardens, as its short legs preclude it from doing much damage to the ground.

Silver Laced Standard Polish

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The Silver Lace Polish comes in non bearded and bearded varieties. The comb, face and wattles are a bright red, the beak is dark horn and eyes reddish bay. The ear lobes are white with no discoloration; the leg shanks and toes are slate blue. The cockerel and pullet crest is black with white lacing and after the first moult should be white with lustrous black lacing. The non bearded male wattles are rounded on the bottom and of even length with no disfiguration. The wattle on the female is very small to nonexistent.

Buff Laced Standard Polish

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The Buff Lace Polish are a rich golden buff, each feather laced with creamy white, and with slate blue shanks and toes. The flowing crests and sprightly carriage make them one of the most prized varieties anyone interested in beauty and unusual poultry can own. They are easy to handle, layers of white eggs, and non-setters. They can be bearded or non bearded.

Dominiques

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Dominiques are a standard dual purpose bird with black and white barring.They lay a large brown egg.

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Partridge Silkies

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Partridge Silkies

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Bantam Barred Buff Cochin

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Bantam Barred Buff Cochin will soon be available

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Bantam Silver Laced Cochin

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Beautiful Black and White Laced birds

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Bantam Golden Laced Cochin

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Golden Laced Bantam Cochin- stunning Gold and Black Laced birds

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Blue Laced Red Wyandottes

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Blue Laced Red Wyandottes will soon be available

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Copper Marans

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The darkest chocolate egg of all Coming Soon !

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Bantam Salmon Favaorelles

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Bantam Salmon Favorelles- easily sexed soon after hatching- coming soon

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Red Laced Bantam Cornish

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Bantam Red Laced White Cornish- coming soon.

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