Self Blue Old English BantamMiniature size of the Standard Old English Game Chicken. The Old English Game Bantam chicken breeds come in many varieties and are very popular at poultry shows with their spirited personalities. Many varieties were admitted into the American Standard of Perfection from 1925 to 1996 and are among the largest class of breeds represented at poultry shows. They make excellent pets and require little feed and space. The Old English Game Bantam is one of the most popular show bantams and there are many reasons why. They are fun to raise and some became so tame as to set on your shoulder or arm, they are flashy they are small enough for children to handle. Note: The Old English Bantam photos are photographed with the comb, ear lobes, and wattles dubbed (cut off). Entering a poultry show with non-dubbed males of the Old English breed is a disqualification and hens are not to be dubbed.


  • Breed: Bantams
  • Average Weight (lbs)
    • Hen: 22 oz
    • Rooster: 24 oz
  • Bred for Egg Producing

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