Birchen Cochin Bantam Thread!!!!!

PouleNoire

Crowing
Sep 13, 2015
1,068
1,078
257
Pennsylvania
Hey guys! Welcome to the Birchen Cochin Bantam Thread! I'm looking forward to discussing this rare variety of bantam cochin with you! Feel free to post pics, ask questions, and share your stories about your birds! So, let's see your birchen cochin bantams! Have fun!
 

Shannonmeans

Songster
9 Years
Jun 19, 2010
144
19
136
Brazoria, Tx
I just bought 5 Birchen Bantam chicks from Ideal poultry. They won't be show quality most likely but they are just for my own pleasure so it doesn't matter anyway. I like to buy from Ideal because they are relatively close to where I live and they will vaccinate them for you. They have a huge variety too. I'm excited to get them.
 

KDOGG331

Sorry I had to move to Alaska
Premium Feather Member
13 Years
Jan 18, 2008
62,161
218,914
1,816
Massachusetts
I just got some of these a couple months ago and I’m so excited to have found this thread! I know it’s a few years old but maybe we could bring it back? I got mine from Ideal too and ended up with 1 cockerel and 4 pullets I think which I’m excited about. I only ordered 4 but got an extra. :D

One of the girls doesn’t appear to have any birchen pattern which sucks and one barely has any but the rest have a pretty good amount and the boy is very handsome so far. :love

I also have 4 Brabanters in with them and they get along well. :)
 

Mommakity

In the Brooder
Apr 14, 2020
13
2
16
Sealy Texas
Hey guys! Welcome to the Birchen Cochin Bantam Thread! I'm looking forward to discussing this rare variety of bantam cochin with you! Feel free to post pics, ask questions, and share your stories about your birds! So, let's see your birchen cochin bantams! Have fun!
 

Mommakity

In the Brooder
Apr 14, 2020
13
2
16
Sealy Texas
I lost my boy Clark! I’m so devistated.... he was my absolute favorite! His wife Vivian misses him too! She went broody 3 days after his passing, but being her first time, she messed up the timing. She only hatched out one egg. It was a poulet!
I know I’d have to buy straight run from a hatchery! So I’m looking to buy a cockerel from an individual! Clark was a real beauty! He was about 6-8 months old in these pics
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Mommakity

In the Brooder
Apr 14, 2020
13
2
16
Sealy Texas
I lost my boy Clark! I’m so devistated.... he was my absolute favorite! His wife Vivian misses him too! She went broody 3 days after his passing, but being her first time, she messed up the timing. She only hatched out one egg. It was a poulet!
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Misfits Farm 92

Crowing
Dec 18, 2018
790
7,446
356
I have two beautiful little silver birchen bantam cochins. I did have four but 2 became extremely aggressive for an unknown reason. The two that I still have are very sweet. I think they are show quality but I don't show my birds so I usually just breed for friendliness and color. I'll get pics of them when it gets light outside.
 

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