Sebright Bantams

Sebright Chicken

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Mr Sharpe
Lynwood, 37 Garstang Road, Bowgreave, Garstang, Lancs,
PR3 1Y
UK

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History

Sebright Bantams were originated around 1810 in England by Sir John Sebright, the result of some thirty years of intensive breeding. They represent the greatest feat of fancier skill ever performed, for not only are they known for marvelous perfection of lacing, but even more so the fact both male and female are entirely hen-feathered, the male showing no pointed sex feathers in hackle, saddle or wing bow, nor any tail sickles.

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Purpose

Egg layer

Classification

True bantam

Origin

Great Britain

Egg Color

White or Cream

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