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  1. CrazyCochin

    Bantam Cochin

    Like chocolate! Dark chocolate can be tart, and milk chocolate is sweet!
  2. CrazyCochin

    Bantam Cochin

    I know.... That name is so perfect!
  3. CrazyCochin

    Bantam Cochin

    Nice! There was one partridge bantam at the feed store when we got Holly, but it was looking like a little roo, so we went for her. I have a white banty, so a mini-me of yours! 🤣
  4. CrazyCochin

    Bantam Cochin

    Then the Cochin is right for you, my dear. I can't remember to be honest, but I know mine go broody more than they lay eggs. And only once did I let my cochin hatch out her own egg, and that was how Bootsie came to be.
  5. CrazyCochin

    Bantam Cochin

    I would love to pure breed mine, I have a white hen, a red hen, and a red rooster. (All bantam Cochins) I have also always wanted a partridge Cochin!
  6. CrazyCochin

    Bantam Cochin

    The broody part is what drives me nutters though! Once, upon a time, they stopped their brooding, but then, shortly after, they started back up!🙄🤣
  7. CrazyCochin

    Bantam Cochin

    Same only different!😉 They are a wonderful breed, even though they have size between them! I never had LF Cochins, only the bantam.
  8. CrazyCochin

    Bantam Cochin

    He is a hair taller than my bantam Cochin rooster, so not big. But he is lanky. More leg than the B. Cochin.
  9. CrazyCochin

    Bantam Cochin

    I love the idea of a polish cochin!🤩 And as for mix breeding, I have a cockerel whose mother was a red bantam Cochin, and his father was a standard size, large Buff Brahma. His name is Bootsie, and he is very sweet!
  10. CrazyCochin

    Bantam Cochin

    Mine aren't unfriendly, they just dont get handled a whole lot. So they aren't cuddly. But yes, if constantly held and raised right, as with any chicken, they can be very friendly!
  11. CrazyCochin

    Bantam Cochin

    YES! I have two and they are brooding back to back, 24/7!
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