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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by Zahboo, Feb 18, 2009.
I know about 20 oz. BUT I can't help mom picture it. Does anyone have a picture?
my sebrights are about the size of a pigeon.
There is a wide range in size of bantams, depending on the breed. The smallest are seramas--a full grown class A (I think that is how they designate the size--I don't raise them) is about the height of a can of soda.
Silkies and cochins are about the size of a volleyball (and not too differently shaped, lol). Brahmas are a bit bigger.
And everything in between. You can find a few gazillion (for a highly technical number photos on feathersite.
Sebrights and Japanese
The japs are about the size of a child's soccer ball: size 3 or 4 And with their tail they are kind of that shape too, but in a very different sense than the silkies or cochins. I think sebrights are similar in size, but more football shaped.
Thanks! That makes since. I'll show her this post and see if it helps her!!!!!!!!!!
I'll see what I have of people holding bantams... Should give you a better idea...
You can see Alyssa on the far right holding a silkie bantam
Hope those helped!
Im lying on my stomach, (old ones) knees, (knees again)... those are old english game bantams,
another- believe i was on my knees there.. Shes kinda young in that picture, shes close to a year old now
Not a very good pic, but this is Squeak, the Black Tailed Buff Japanese Banty hen.
Our smallest girl.
Edited for spelling reasons and to add that she is full grown. Almost two years old.
Not sure how to show size for comparison but here are some pics!