Gold Partridge Dutch Bantams For Sale

Gold Partridge Dutch Bantams For Sale

Gold Partridge Dutch Bantams: Newly Hatched Pure Breeds

Two Pots Farm chickens for saleOur incubators have been full, as we have been hatching our own eggs to produce chickens for sale.

We have a variety of pure and cross breed chickens that are rapidly growing. Our stock of young Gold Partridge Dutch bantams are ready for new homes. Please contact us on 01954 210268 or 07836 587050 if you are interested in your own pure breed bantams.

Gold Partridge Dutch bantams are true bantams – there is no larger version of them. They are an excellent breed if you are just starting because they are small, easy to handle, and receptive to human interaction. When they are handled from very young, they can be really quite tame and enjoy the contact. In fact, Suzanne has a little bantam called Wally, who has a cuddle on a regular basis.

Understandably, most people are looking for hens and we do all we can to supply hens only where required. Fortunately, it is relatively easy to distinguish the sex of this breed quite early on. However, while we do everything we can to provide chickens of the sex you desire, we cannot guarantee the sex of young chicks. We do also stock cockerels for those who want them for breeding. There is a limited supply of these gorgeous bantams, so please contact us as soon as possible if you are interested.

Getting Started

If you’re new to keeping chickens or just thinking about it, we are always willing to give advice and tips to get you started with your own. If you’re looking for chicken coops that would be ideal for bantams, we have some excellent options in stock. We would recommend the Budget Bantam -a coop which includes an integral run- for up to 6 of this size of chicken.

Our stock of drinkers, feeders, mite control products, and various poultry feed will also help you get started. We recommend feeding them chick crumb up to six weeks, and then moving them to growers pellets. They can then stay on growers pellets until they start laying. Just ask and we will do what we can to help you get set up.



  1. Liam Reynolds

    What is the current availability of Dutch bantams during the current pandemic? Are you still breeding and if so how much would a trio be?

    Kind regards

    L. Reynolds

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