Golden Sebright Bantam


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Sebrights are one of the most stunning breeds of chickens you can keep. The feathers of the Golden variety have a tawny base, with each one delicately laced in ebony, like the scales of a dragon. Even more interesting is the fact that both males and females have the same plumage--males are "henny feathered"--meaning they do not have the pointy hackle and saddle feathers that distinguish roosters of other breeds.

The chicks have a reputation for being delicate and difficult to rear because theyare so tiny and delicate. There is no standard version of the Sebright, they are a true Bantam. They have a chesty, jaunty stance with the wings pointed downward: their incredible lacing makes them look surreal, like a tiny sculpture of a bird!

Sebrights lay tiny little tinted eggs, don't lay well and rarely set. They are kept chiefly for pleasure and exhibition. They are friendly little birds when raised with affection, although they are not particularly docile. They can be little show-offs! (We think they know how beautiful they are.)

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Hatch dates between Dec 1, 2014 and Dec 15, 2014 have a 15-chick minimum, and will be shipped Express Mail.
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* We can ship as few as three baby chicks! Our minimums are based on your zip code, and how long the USPS tells us it will take for your order to arrive at your post office. The longer they tell us it will take, the higher your minimum. Find out your minimum chick order

* Any order of 15+ chicks ships via USPS Priority Mail service, and 3-14 chicks ship via USPS Express Mail.
Why we use the USPS

* We offer Marek's vaccinations on all standard (large fowl) chicks, and you'll have the opportunity to select that during the checkout process.

* Baby chicks have special needs including heat of about 95* the first week of life! Read more, here