Fluff up your flock with the enchanting White Silkie Bantam Chickens from Valley Hatchery, where elegance meets adorability! These ornamental wonders are like the fairy tale characters of the poultry world, blending a whimsical mix of black skin with luxuriously fluffy white feathers, all topped off with striking mulberry combs and wattles.
Step into the spotlight with our White bearded Silkie Bantam Chickens (Exhibition Type), the pioneers of Silkies in the American Standard of Perfection since 1874. A longstanding favorite for both exhibition rings and backyard coops, these Silkies are more than just a pretty face. They’re the epitome of poise and personality, known for their serene, docile nature and consistent production of small, tinted eggs. The roosters, a proud 36oz, and the hens, a charming 32oz, bring the perfect blend of size and temperament to any setting.
Originating from the ancient lands of Asia and carrying the seal of approval from the American Poultry Association, these White Silkies are stars in the Feather Legged Bantam Class, often taking center stage in exhibitions. Their allure doesn’t end with their show-stopping appearance; they’re also nurturing mothers with a strong instinct to brood, perfect for those looking to hatch a new generation of feathered friends.
But wait, there’s more! Our White Silkie Bantams come with an extra touch of flair – they’re the bearded variety. Picture this: fluffy feather muffs gracefully draping their earlobes and cascading below their beaks. And yes, both the gents and ladies of this variety can sport these fashionable beards, adding to their irresistible charm.
Don’t let your poultry dreams be just dreams. Bring home the magic with Valley Hatchery’s White Silkie Bantam Chickens and watch as they transform your coop into a scene from a whimsical storybook. Order now and let the fluff-filled fun begin! Valley Hatchery offers a wide variety of chicks for sale, making it your one-stop destination among chicken hatcheries.
Learn more about this breed, watch this video by ‘Livestock Breeds’: