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Originating in England these bantams are just a much smaller version of their standard size counterparts, fully grown they should weigh in at 24oz for roosters and 22oz for hens. They are a very popular breed due to their alert, cocky attitude and the many brightly colored varieties that are available. At Yonder Oak Farm we raise 9 of these different varieties.
Imported from China in the 19th century, this breed is know for its fluffy appearance and friendly disposition. Good layers, they go broody often and make great mothers. We raise 9 varieties of cochins.
Belgian Bearded D'uccle's were first bred in the province of Uccle in Belgian in 1900. They are a true bantam meaning they do not have a standard size counterpart. They come in many colors. We currently raise Buff mottled, Mille Fleur, Blue Mottled, Black Mottled, and the Splash Mottled varieties.
The Serama is considered the smallest chicken in the world, relatively new to the United States it was first imported in 2004. The males typically are about 10oz while the females can be as small as 6oz. Seramas are divided into 3 classes A, B , and C based on their weight. Characterized by vertical tail feathers, near vertical wings, broad chest, and short legs. These tiny birds have a very calm friendly temperment setting them apart from most other breeds.