Bantam Breeds

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Most large chicken breeds have a bantam counterpart, they are usually one-fifth to one-quarter the size of the standard breed, but are expected to exhibit all of the standard breed’s characteristics.

Bantam hens are also used as laying hens, their eggs are about one-half to one-third the size of a regular hen egg.

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2 Responses to Bantam Breeds

  1. I love my little bantam. Her feet are smaller of course than my Barnevelders and so she does less garden damage 🙂

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