Dutch Bantams

  1. MaransGuy
    My Dutch Bantams have come from some of the best lines in the US and I can only hope to continue to improve the birds. I raise Light Brown/Blue Light Brown and Cream Light Brown/Blue Cream Light Brown. This past January one of my LB cockerels took Best of Variety and also took Reserve of Breed out of over 100 Dutch at the Northeastern Poutlry Congress. I hatch spring through late summer and sometimes have birds available. Depending upon the number of eggs I have I sometimes have eggs available for sale as well. I encourage anyone interested in Dutch to visit the American Dutch Bantam Society website to learn more. There are many poor examples of Dutch out there and even people/hatcheries selling birds as Dutch that are simply not Dutch at all. Like anything else- the more educated you are about the birds the less likely you will be to purchase poor quality stoc

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  1. cluck cluck 123
    I love your dutch bantam!!!!!! I rescued 1 that was about 5 from a person that kept him on wire. His owner kept him with 2 other roosters that were bkilling him.
  2. NewAussieChook
    What a beautiful roo! I LOVE the colours!
  3. KC101
    WOW!!! Great photo..... What kind of feed do you give your birds to make them shine?
  4. Tammisto
    Beautiful
  5. Chikenbutwut
    Nice looking roo!
  6. ChemicalchiCkns
    I love your Cock - he looks Saucy
  7. computergal39
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  9. willowbranchfarm
    He is beautiful. I'm getting some in two days. They are Cream light browns.

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