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By LauraSBale · Jan 11, 2012 ·
  1. LauraSBale
    • Class- American
    • Standard- Bantam
    • Colors- Golden bay to chestnut brown with some black in tail feathers. Females will have black tips on the lower neck feathers
    • Comb Type- Medium size with 5 points upright on males, Females front will stand up and rear will droop to one side. Bright Red
    • Skin/Foot Color- Foot and Shank rich yellow with tinge of reddish horn
    • Wattles- Medium to large. Bright Red
    • Earlobes- Elongated. Bright Red
    • Clean/Feathered Feet- Red
    • Number of Toes- 4
    • Other Physical Characteristics-
    • Egg Color- Brown, large eggs Fairly Good layers
    • Weight- Cockle 8.5 lb, Hen 6.6 lbs. Bantam- Cockle 34 oz, Hen 30 oz
    • Conservation Study- Watch
    • Cold Hardness- Fairly cold hardy. Combs can get frost bit
    • Broody/Mothering Ability- Good brooder, great moms
    • General Temperament- Some can be calm, some may be aggressive
    • Additional Notes- Good Dual purpose, Mature early, Can be confined or Free Range.
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