The Origin of the Rhode Island Red
Rhode Island Reds originated from Rhode Island in America, Initially Rhode Island Reds were rose combed and were first exhibited in 1880 in South Massachusetts. The Single comb Rhode Island was not recognised in America until 1904. The British Rhode Island Red Club formed in 1909.
Rhode Island Red Bantams.
We do the miniature fowl, which are are classed as heavy soft feather bantam for showing purposes, a good specimen is often described as being brick shape.
They are a popular easy going useful and independant bird with a shiny rich chocolate red feathering, they are excellent layers of pale brown eggs. These birds have really grown on us they are becoming more friendly and are reliable egg layers. We have also noticed they are a breed that doesn't go broody at the drop of a hat.
We have 2017 pullets for sale now and will have young stock for sale from April 2018.
We entered one of our pullets in the Southport and Ormskirk bantam society show 17/02/2018. She got first prize. Photo to follow.
Price £1.50 per week of age. So a 10 week old bird will be £15.00.
If you have any questions about our stock for sale etc, please email me on email@example.com or call me on 07734 106107.