Dark Brown Leghorn bantams, dark brown leghorns, bantams, show chickens, white leghorn bantams, show bantams, white leghorns, exhibition birds, hatching eggs LEGHORN BANTAMS
Single Comb White 
Single Comb Dark Brown
Rose Comb White


We raise Whites in rosecomb and single comb, and Dark Browns in rosecomb and single comb.

Our Dark Brown Leghorn and White Leghorn bantams combine our original breeding meshing  with the best bloodlines from established flocks in the Eastern states.  We are pleased that our Dark Brown hens are free of shafting and show good stippling in their plumage.  Our males in particular, both  Whites and Dark Browns,  show good saddle width, depth of color (Dark Browns) and outstanding feather width.  We started with both varieties with outstanding birds from George Beyer, Ho-Hum Farm of Pennsylvania.  

We are proud to have several select pairs of Rose Comb White Leghorn bantams and want to thank Dave Gaffey, Pennsylvania, for the great start!

For many years, we have been continuing to strive toward a "complete"  bird with proper color, good feather width and overall type and balance with proper sweep to the tail.  Though breeding quality poultry is always a "work in progress", we are rapidly progressing toward some truly nice birds who a tribute to their breed.

We generally start hatching in February and will have  young and adult birds available through Fall.  Please see sale birds below.

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HATCHING EGGS: $45/dozen (plus extras if I have
them), postpaid. 

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Current Sale Birds
​SC White pullets are available at $30 each, and we also have two really outstanding Rose Comb White males available who were shown and placed at the Nationals, $30 each.  You can breed your Rose Combs with your Single Combs and get both types of comb in the offspring, enabling you to show in both RCCL and SCCL show divisions and still raise only one breed.  Pretty cool!

Seth, a customer from Louisiana, purchased a young trio from us and has won numerous championships including a State win with these birds.  Congratulations, Seth!
Hailey Manson, happy owner of the South West Florida Fair Champion, who purchased a young trio from us last year.  Congratulations, Hailey!!
Yellow Band Cockerel: : 
Nice male, growing in tail.
Breeder: Sallee
Blue Band Cockerel: 
Keeps tail spread, will likely sire pulelts with spread tails. 
Breeder: Sallee
Orange Band Cockerel: 
Developing nicely.  
Breederf: Sallee

We have been raising Single Comb Dark Brown Leghorn Bantams for over 15 years, they are productive, elegant birds.  We have good color and feather quality and width, females are free of shafting in the breast and have good stippling over the back.  We currently have one young pair available at $60 per pair.   We ship.