Bantams: Those Intriguing Miniatures John Skinner of the University of Wisconsin has written a splendid little 52-page book on all phases of bantam husbandry. There is an outstanding section on housing with 11 illustrations. This is a 52-page book is written by John Skinner, Poultry Small Animal Specialist, University of Wisconsin? Madison. This book is in its sixth printing, which should tell us what a great little book we have. It covers everything from the history of bantams, getting started in raising bantams, housing with photographs of poultry housing with building plans, breeding, incubation, brooding, handling eggs, diseases, and more. American Bantam Assn. has a really good small paperback book called: Bantams, Those Intriguing Miniatures by Skinner. I recommend it--has answers to most questions about raising poultry. (It does not list Dutch Bantams, as when it was written, they were scarce as hen's teeth!