Keeping Bantams

Two Light Sussex BantamsIf you have a small back garden or fancy trying a different kind of poultry, then Bantams can be an interesting option. Bantams are smaller birds than the large fowl.

Some are naturally occurring bantams, such as Pekins and Sebrights, for which there are no counterparts amongst large fowl. Others are miniaturised or bred-down versions of large fowl. They all have their breed clubs and there are sets of Standards for them.

Bantams Articles

Breeding Bantams - In-breeding & Closed Flock Breeding

Breeding Bantams - In-breeding & Closed Flock Breeding

Closed Flock Breeding Bantams - From Starting with Bantams By David Scrivener An extract from the book Starting with Bantams by David Scrivener published by Broad Leys Publishing Ltd. This excellent book is written by an experienced bantam and large...
Breeding Bantams - Out-breeding, Upgrading & Cross-breeding

Breeding Bantams - Out-breeding, Upgrading & Cross-breeding

Breeding Bantams - From Starting with Bantams By David Scrivener An extract from the book Starting with Bantams by David Scrivener published by Broad Leys Publishing Ltd. This excellent book is written by an experienced bantam and large fowl poultry...
Keeping Bantam Chickens - Bantam Breeds

Keeping Bantam Chickens - Bantam Breeds

Bantams are smaller birds than the large fowl. Some are naturally occurring bantam breeds, such as Pekins and Sebrights, for which there are no counterparts amongst large fowl. Others are miniaturised or bred-down versions of large fowl. They all have...

Save

Backgarden Chickens & Other Poultry

Backgarden Chickens Poultry Book

Our bestselling book!
More Information
SPECIAL OFFER

Free Monthly Newsletter

Advert