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post #11 of 13
Yes I was going to say I have some bantam Rocks as well as bantam Cochins and the Rocks are the least active as far as wanting to hop and flap all over the place. I assume the Wyandottes are similar in behavior and they should do fine. I am planning to pen my trio of bantam rocks into a coop that similar size temporarily for breeding.

Japanese, OEG, Sebright, Brahma, Cochin, and Plymouth Rock bantams.

 

RIR, BR, EEs, GP Hamburg, Ancona, Wheaten/Blue/Splash Marans.

Spitzhauben, OE, Speckled Sussex, Egyptian Fayoumis and rosecombs have arrived!

 

Six guineas making a racket dawn to dusk.

 

I just can't get on the "roo" bandwagon...

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Japanese, OEG, Sebright, Brahma, Cochin, and Plymouth Rock bantams.

 

RIR, BR, EEs, GP Hamburg, Ancona, Wheaten/Blue/Splash Marans.

Spitzhauben, OE, Speckled Sussex, Egyptian Fayoumis and rosecombs have arrived!

 

Six guineas making a racket dawn to dusk.

 

I just can't get on the "roo" bandwagon...

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post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by maribameche View Post

I have 2 old English game bantams, how much room in the run should they have? I bought a coop with run off eBay but it was a lot smaller than I expected.. here's a picture in comparison to my 1 year old ( she's about 32 inches tall

I think that would be fine for a pair of Old English especially if it has a perch because they are flighty and like to perch at night.  

post #13 of 13
There are two roosting bars and one nesting box with a divider. I'm just worried they won't have enough room in the run. I can let them out a little bit during the day but I have hawks and cats in my area. I also have two Rhode Island Red chicks so I bought another one, the same as this but I don't think the run will be big enough so I'm trying to figure out a way to build my own walk in coop or build off of the coops I already have
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