The Golden Sebright Bantam is a variety of true bantam that has no standard version. Sebright bantams were originally bred in England in the early 1800’s by Sir John Sebright. Golden Sebright bantam chicks have gold heads with dark brown back and lighter brown streaks running down the backs. The chests and wing tips are light tan. They have rose combs and clean, slate blue legs and feet. The plumage of adults is an even shade of golden bay laced with black. They are recognized for their beautiful lacing, and for the fact that both male and female are colored the same. Males are unique in that they don’t have sickle feathers. Our bantams are purebred and represent the breed and variety; however, we do not guarantee or represent that they are of show quality.
Approx. 60 Small Tinted Eggs/Yr. | Mature WT: Male 22 oz., Female 20 oz.
- Poultry Show Class: Rose Comb Clean Legged Bantams
- Weights – Hen: 20 oz Rooster: 22 oz
- Purpose and Type: Ornamental; Production
- Color of Egg Shell: Cream or Tan
- Egg Production: Fair
- Egg Size: Small
- Temperament: Docile/Flighty
- Broody: Non-Setters
- Country of Origin: England
- APA: Yes, Recognized by the Standard of Perfection.