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Assorted Bantams Chickens, Sold in Quantities of 10

SKU # 124167199
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  • Live Chicks, Ducks and Turkeys are available for online purchase in quantities of 10.
    • (Example: Quantity of 1 = 10 Birds / Quantity of 2 = 20 Birds, etc.)
  • Poultry orders will ship Monday through Wednesday of each week.
  • The order will be delivered to your local Post Office for pick up. Your local Post Office will call you upon delivery at the phone number provided when placing your order.
  • The cost for shipping is included in the price of the birds.
  • It is your responsibility to pick them up at the post office within 24 hours.
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Assorted Bantam chickens are a variety of bantams that come unsexed only. This mixture can include Cochins, Rhode Island Red Bantams, and Mille Fluers.

  • Bird Purpose: Egg layer
  • Egg Production Rate: Females ONLY; Approximately 200 eggs/year
  • Egg Color: Brown and white
  • Egg Size: Small
  • Ideal Environment: Coop/Free range
  • Bird Personality: Varies, can include cold hardy, docile, flighty, and broody
  • Conservancy Status: Domestic
  • Bird Color: Birds with many different feather colors will be included in this variety
  • Mature Weight: Varies, 5-7 lb. at full maturity
  • Package Quantity: 10 birds
  • Guarantee of 90% accuracy on all sexed poultry

Specification Description
Breed: Assorted Bantams
Product Type: Baby Chicks
Brand: Hoover's Hatchery
Package Quantity: 10
Manufacturer Part Number HCB
Assorted Bantams Chickens, Sold in Quantities of 10 is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from lost 1 I picked mine from the store. 1 got wet and died the next day. The other's are all feathered and ready for outside.
Date published: 2018-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fast Shipping I didn't expect to receive them so quickly. Very easy to purchase and convenience wise it's great. I ordered 20 and all came alive but we lost 1 on the first day. We've lost 5 of the 20 after a week but that's pretty much par for the course when it comes to chicks this small so I'm pretty satisfied.
Date published: 2018-05-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not buy Took a day longer to get chicks than expected. Put immediately under light. Lost 2 that night and 7 more during the next few days. Will not be purchasing through here again.
Date published: 2018-05-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Half as much Received 11 alive one dead but lost 5 more by next morning even with heat lamp. So 6 of the twelve sent are alive and chickening around. But 4 out of six appear to be male's. Other then that all is well. Can't beat price.
Date published: 2018-05-23
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how do i tell which breed my baby bantams are

Asked by: gypsyqueen
You may call 800-247-7014 and we can help identify those for you.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-05-15

What age are they when they arrive? Do i need to incubate for a time?

Asked by: The Family Room
Chicks are shipped the day they are hatched and are shipped priority mail. You will received them within 48 hours of hatching.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-04-30

Curious about the age of my bantams, purchased them in store about two weeks ago. Trying to figure out what they are, no idea if I got Roos or hens.

Asked by: Chickies6
Bantams are hard to distinguish between male and female unless sexed by vent at birth. This form of sexing is difficult on the fragile bantam chick so is often not attempted. The best way to determine will be to let the bantams age and see the crown of the head or hear the crow when the roosters will develop
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-05-15

I’m interested in getting about 30 chicks but would like ten of them to be  Bantams and the rest Regular size would they all be ok together in our chicken run together? I have about 3/4 of an acre for them , during day!

Asked by: Ringo M
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