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Golden Dutch Bantam

Golden Dutch Bantam


The Dutch Bantam (or De Hollandse Krielan) in its country of origin has been around for a long time, though in The Netherlands a club was only formed on 1 December 1946. The breed first appeared in this country around the late 1960s, and a club was formed in 1982. Since then the breed has gone from strength to strength, with 13 colours standardised, although in the Netherlands many more varieties keep appearing

Uses: Exhibition / Ornamental. Eggs: 80 – 160 tinted.
Origin: Holland.
Weight: Bantam Cock: 500 – 550g, Hen: 400 – 450g.

Useful to Know: A true bantam. Hardy. Can make a good broody but only covers a small number of eggs. Good temperament and can become quite friendly

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