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Red Pyle Old English Game Bantam

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Red Pyle Old English Game Bantam

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Price: $4.19
Breed Specific Minimum: 5

Availability: Usually Ships in 2 to 4 Weeks

Chicken Gender

Chicken Gender- Straight Run Only*:
Straight Run (Day-Old Random Gender)

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Red Pyle Old English Game Bantam

The Bantam Old English chicks are one of the more popular breeds of show bantams in the United States. They have fun and active dispositions, and they require minimal space and feed. The Standard Old English Game Fowl are thought to be one of the oldest breeds of land fowl, and they are most known for their gameness. The first of the Old English Bantam Chickens were admitted to the American Standard of Perfection and they currently represent the largest class of breeds represented at poultry shows.

These are excellent and popular breeds to raise for show purposes; but all combs, ear lobes, and wattles must be
Product Facts

Red Pyle Old English Game Bantam Info

  • Adult Weight - Male: 24 oz ; Female: 22 oz.
  • Purpose - Ornamental Exhibition
  • Egg Production - Poor
  • Egg Size and Color -Brown
  • Region of Origin -Europe

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All living, do not like the cold April 14, 2015
Reviewer: Easton Brown from Park River, ND United States  
these are not a cold tolerant variety and didn't handle shipping very well. I ordered 5 red pyles with a variety of other chicks. when they showed up this variety was in the worst shape.all the other varieties with the exception of 1 dead Mille Fleur d'Uccle Bantam were healthy and active.  1 red pyle was absolutely fine. 2 were huddled and shivering in the corner. the other 2 were laying on their sides and breathing very slowly. placed the two that were huddled in the corner directly under the heat lamp and they were fine after about 20 minutes. wrapped the two that were almost dead in a warm rag as a last ditch effort. after about thirty minutes they perked up and started cheeping. placed them under the heat lamp and now they too are happy and healthy. So all 5 are still alive after 2 weeks and am very happy with them :)

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