Day Old Wyandotte Bantam Chicks
Hatching January to May.
All lay pale brown eggs and have a rose comb. Wyandotte Bantams continue to rise in popularity. According to recent data from the American Bantam Association they represent the second largest number of entries in U.S. shows over the past three years, behind only Old English Game Bantams. Today the Wyandotte Bantam as well as their beautiful large counterpart is popular for other reasons, their, compact, broad, deep and balanced in carriage. The Wyandotte Bantam is a bird of curves with gently angular lines and circles that present a boldness as well as charm to the observer.
Any blue variety ordered from Purely Poultry may include chicks with black, blue or splash plumage patterns.
Standard Weights: Rooster 30 oz, Hen 26 oz, Cockerel 26 oz, Pullet 24 oz
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 08 May, 2009.