What size eggs do bantam chickens lay?
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Thereof, what color eggs do bantam chickens lay?
They're popular because they're friendly and lay eggs of varying colors – from blue to green, to pink or brown. (The color of the eggs will depend on the individual chicken.) Easter Egger Bantams are good layers, although their eggs are smaller than their full-sized cousins.
Similarly, which bantams lay the most eggs? Bantam brahmas are another good choice--what sweet birds they are. Silkies also usually lay "small" size eggs, too, but they don't tend to make the best choice as a breed for eggs, since they go broody so often. When birds are broody, they temporarily cease laying. Seramas are teeny tiny bantams, a few ounces only.
Consequently, how many years do bantams lay eggs?
A: Chickens usually don't simply "stop" laying eggs when they get to a certain age, but they will lay fewer as they get older. That said, most laying breeds will lay more or less productively in backyard terms for five or seven years.
How big do bantam chickens get?
'Bantam chickens' is not a breed, a bantam is simply the smaller version of the STANDARD bird. Different breeds of bantam chickens grow to different sizes, same as standard fowl. Like the Old English Game Bantam is 22-24 ounces, where the Malay bantam grows to be 36-44 ounces. They are simply miniaturized versions.