We have now decided to cut down to 4 selected breeds. We have Silver Laced Wyandotte Bantams, Gold Laced Wyandotte Bantams and Light Sussex Bantams, which we have managed to secure from a top breeder. Our fourth breed, which are the only large fowl we do, are the Cream Legbar.
We supply hatching eggs, day old chicks, and up to point of lay bantams. We make our own poultry houses and runs. We can supply everything you need to start up.
If you are new to poultry keeping or have kept poultry before feel free to call or e-mail us for advice without any obligation to buy.
Gold Laced Wyandotte bantam
The gold laced are becoming very popular, laying around 200 eggs in their first year.
Gold Laced Wyandotte bantam cockerel
Light Sussex bantam
This is one of the older, more traditional breeds, developed around 1920. They have a placid nature and are the most popular of the Sussex breed. They lay around 180 per year.
Light Sussex bantam cockerel
Silver Laced Wyandotte bantam cockerel
Silver Laced Wyandotte bantam
Silver laced are the most popular of the Wyandotte family. They are a good layer and lay approximately 180 eggs in their first year.
This breed are a good layer and lay a blue/green egg, around 200 plus in their first year. They are an auto sexing breed, which means that the chicks can be sexed at a day old