Chocolate Wyandotte (Pure) Bantam Fowl
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Chocolate Wyandotte (Pure) Bantam Fowl Breed Information
These birds were received from Richard Davies himself (he created the breed) and will breed pure chocolate chicks which are stunning in colour and type. These birds are even rarer than the Chocolate Orpington Bantams so do not miss this rare opportunity.
THE NATIONAL 2010 – STONELEIGH
CHOCOLATE WYANDOTTE HEN 4TH
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We are a member of the Wyandotte Club and keep abreast of all the latest news regarding this breed. This helps us maintain our high standards and great show results with this breed. You can also become a member of this club for under £10 per year. By joining you will receive an annual newsletter and year book. You will also receive a Rules and Standard for breeding quality Wyandottes, a members list, history of the breed information and this way you will be helping to encourage and improve the breeding of Wyandottes for exhibition and utility purposes as well as having access to assistance from expert breeders. The club will keep you posted with all the latest information and show results regarding this breed. For more information on how to join contact us.
Chocolate Wyandotte (Pure) Bantam Fowl Breed Characteristics
Origin: England. First bred by Richard Davies in 2005.
Classification: Heavy: Soft feather Egg Colour: Tinted
General Characteristics: Male
Carriage: Graceful, well balanced, alert and active but docile.
Type: Body short with well rounded sides. Broad and short back. Breast full, broad and round. Medium sized wings which are nicely folded to the side. Medium sized tail which is full and spread at the base. Main feather are carried upright, sickles of medium length. Head: Short and broad. Beak is stout and well curved. Eyes are prominent. The comb is rose coloured and evenly set on the head being medium in height and width; gradually tapering towards the back and terminating in a definite spike (leader) which follows the curve of the neck. Face is smooth and fine in texture. Ear-lobes are oblong. Wattles are medium length and fine in texture.
Neck: Medium in length and well arched with a full hackle.
Legs & Feet: Thighs are medium in length and well covered in soft, fluffy, close and silky feathers. Shanks are medium in length, strong and well rounded. The shanks are free of feathers and fluff. Four straight and well spread toes.
Plumage: Fairly close and silky and not too abundant or fluffy.
Colour: Chocolate brown all over. The hackle being a slightly darker chocolate brown than the rest of the feathers. Showing the lacing; as standard in wyandottes; as a slightly darker chocolate brown colour. Beak is orange/brown. Eyes have an orange or bright bay coloured iris. Legs and feet are bright yellow. Comb and wattles are bright red.
Male: Not exceeding 3¾ lb (1.7kg)
Female: Not exceeding 3 lb (1.36kg)
What Our Customers Say About Our Chocolate Wyandotte (Pure) Bantam Fowl
“Delivery of eggs as promised, eggs hatched on time, good health looking chicks.”
C Le Lievre
“Very helpful seller. A lovely little hen. She has settled in well with our other hens. Now we know where to find you we will certainly buy again.”
“Hi Steve, Just to let you know that we hatched a successful batch of eggs and now have twenty lovely little chicks from our Chocolate Wyandottes. The two hens have now gone broody so hoping for more the natural way. Thanks for your great service and advice. Lisa and Gaynor.”