Sablepoot Bantam Millifleur (light / lemon)


This small bird is a true bantam (meaning there is not larger counterpart), most probably originating from the Netherlands some four to five hundred years ago. These feather footed birds walk upright with wings pointing downwards, tight feathers with a sharp tidy appearance. Generally very placid and friendly, easy to handle for children, making great pets. So, a pretty little bird to add interest to your flock, laying approx. 140-160 small white/cream eggs per year.

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    This is an advance order, we will contact you when the hens are available for collection.

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    Feather colour: light buff with black/white/red mottling
    Temperament: docile / friendly
    Egg production:  140-160 eggs per year
    Egg shell colour: white/cream

    You can simply call into our farm (during our opening hours) to have a look or buy birds.  You can also reserve birds through our website for collection from the farm.  Reservations are made against breed types and not specific birds, so you are still able to choose the birds yourself when you collect.  Making a reservation ensures we keep that number of the chosen breed for you.  Once we have received your order, we will check the stock levels and contact you to confirm their availability. If any of the birds ordered are not available in the current flock, we will let you know when we will next have them and if this is not acceptable then we will issue a full refund of your deposit.

    When purchasing poultry from us please either bring your own carrier, alternatively, our cardboard boxes or carriers are available to purchase on our website, pre-ordered with your birds or in our shop.

    If you have not placed an order or have not received our confirmation, please contact us before making a special trip to our farm to avoid any possible disappointment.

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