Valley Hatchery is excited to offer Silver Sebright Bantam Chickens, a beautiful and ornamental breed that is often used for exhibition. Developed in England in the early 1800s by John Sebright, this breed has been recognized by the American Poultry Standard of Perfection since 1874. One of the unique traits of the males of this breed is the lack of sickle feathers.
In addition to their beauty, Silver Sebright Bantam Chickens are also a docile breed that lay a fair amount of small tinted eggs. Roosters generally weigh 22oz, while hens weigh 20oz. This breed originated in England and is recognized by the APA, shown in the Rose Comb Clean Legged Bantams Class. Although they are not known to go broody, Silver Sebright Bantams make a great addition to any flock.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to add these elegant and charming birds to your farm or homestead – order your Silver Sebright Bantam chicks from Valley Hatchery today!