Pekin Bantam

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History

The first Pekins are said to have been stolen from a private collection held by the emperor of China in Peking around 1860. Another story states they were imported from China around 1830-1840 and were presented to Queen Victoria. These imported birds were then crossed with other breeds and are now know today as Pekin Bantams.

Behaviour

The Pekin is a very gentle bird. They are good layers of small eggs but are broody, making them great mums. They make excellent pets for children as they are tame. They settle very well and require little space. Pekins can look rather pale and anaemic if not allowed on grass to forage. They tend not to scratch around in flower beds so are good birds to keep in an urban garden. They are normally a robust and long-lived bird that loves company.

Varieties

Pekins are a very popular breed here in the UK. They are available in a whole range of colours. Lavender, blue, silver partridge, red partridge, blue mottled, Columbian, cuckoo, mottled, buff, black, white and wheaten. With all their feathers they actually look larger than they really are. All colours have short legs and feathered feet and toes.

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Pekin Bantam For Sale

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Pekin Bantam - Pullet - various

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£15.00

Description: We have for sale some lovely fluffy Pekins growers. Prices depending on age, just call or message first, or visit our website at noddyspurebreeds.co.uk. PLEASE CONTACT BEFORE MAKING PAYMENT REGARDING STOCK.


Gorgeous Pekin bantams chickens for sale, Kent.

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£25.00

Description: Very pretty, very tame flat feathered Pekins and frizzled Pekins for sale. 3-4 months old. Only dark lavender, mottled champagne/white, black, pure white and chocolate brown flat feathered Pekins left now £25-£30. Pekins are ideal if you want to keep a few back garden chickens. They have a lovely nature and are smaller than a standard chicken, which makes them very easy to handle. Our cottage farm is tucked away in a rural area of Tonbridge, Kent. For more details and photos see our website miloandthechickens.co.uk. To arrange a time to come and see us please TEXT .. 07958 127 327. Here mornings and evenings, most weekdays and weekends.


LEMON CUCKOO FERTILISED EGGS

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£12.00

Description: Boxes of 6 pure bred lemon cuckoo pekin bantam hatching eggs. Fertile eggs from my flock of 5 show line bantams: 1 unrelated rooster, 1 frizzle hen, 3 smooth pullets. Stunning quality friendly birds, low maintenance ,small, great brooders, layers and breeders. Proven hatchability. £12 for 6 ,plus postage. Angus area, Scotland.


Pekin x Bantam Cockerels

  • Breed: Pekin Bantam
  • Age: 10 Weeks
  • Seller: Nostalgie
  • Seller Rating: No reviews yet
  • Location: market harborough Show on a map

Description: I have 3 young cockerels who need to find good new loving homes I think the 2 black ones are 100% Pekin, the other 1 look like a cross (i had a pekin and a lemon sablepoot running with pekin girls) Colours: Pure Black - Yellow leg band Black with purple hues and slight white speckling - pink band Buff - Green leg band Strong healthy little chaps Free to good homes You can see them via these links: https://youtu.be/GnCsmHZfAOI https://youtu.be/kG53LHmAmFc Any question please ask


PURE BRED LEMON CUCKOO YOUNG COCKERELS

Description: Two 10 week old pure bred lemon cuckoo pekin bantams for sale. Plus one 10 week pure bred black mottled pekin bantam. £6 each. Also an eagle feathered 14 week old pekin bantam cockerel £6. All healthy, friendly birds. Hand reared on organic and cocistat crumb, and now on growers pellets. Mite treated. Make great pets and good for managing flock of large or bantam fowl. Great for breeding .Ok to free range in couple of weeks. Collect from forfar area, Angus scotland.


pr of porcelain per in bantams

  • Breed: Pekin Bantam
  • Age: 6 Weeks
  • Seller: margaret menin
  • Seller Rating: No reviews yet
  • Location: inshewan estate, by forfar Show on a map
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£25.00

Description: Beautifull unrelated boy and girl porcelain pekin bantams stunning little birds be ready to go in 2 weeks


buff fizzle perkin bantam cockeral

  • Breed: Pekin Bantam
  • Age: 14 Weeks
  • Seller: margaret menin
  • Seller Rating: No reviews yet
  • Location: inshewan estate, by forfar Show on a map

Description: Stunning buff fizzle pekin bantam cockeral needs a good home only parting with him as I have to many boys


buff perkin frizzle

  • Breed: Pekin Bantam
  • Age: 16 Weeks
  • Seller: margaret menin
  • Seller Rating: No reviews yet
  • Location: inshewan estate, by forfar Show on a map

Description: Beautiful buff perkin cockerel friendly hand reared great young bird


Latest Reviews For Pekin Bantam (5 of 58)

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Brilliant - Nina, Somerset,

Great pets, good eggs, KFC survived a fox attack 21/2 years ago, now second years worth of chicks, she has sat there for 35 days now being patient as had to wait to get eggs, and they took more than 21 days to hatch, so will post some photos later as activity is still happening


breed - Venusspecimen,

what a lovely breed to own. clean small tidy birds that look wonderful and walk like they're cross country skiing.


- Ryan,

Brilliant


Good pets - Baronet,

I have a trio of mixed shades of white,Brought six over from UK to Latvia when I retired just to have them in an extra large garden to grace the sweeping lawns to my villa. I then lost two to a loose and ugly dog. Now having great problems trying to build them up into a steady flock. No one over here has any idea of adoring them.Not one have I seen in four years. I now have a Dutch breeder who sells at shows in Germay and Holland. I do so hope to be able to buy his show winners and start the only Pekin/Cochin breeders sales on this side of the world as England has no idea where the hell we are I cant deal with them. Pity really as the desire to have a flock of these lovely balls of feather is burning us up. Wonderful for you all but in fact the hardest job of searching ever done in my life trying to find a supplier or breeder this side of the ocean,


Family - Schirstan,

I have only recently had Pekin bantams , and the three I had have been bought up by a white Sussex hen!! Now the family is really lovely and so full of character. Love our company and sitting on our laps as well as cuddles. I was lucky to have a friend who gave me the bantam eggs for Millie to sit on when broody, oh what a lovely family.

Breeder Clubs for Pekin Bantam

Pekin Bantam Club

Email: pekinbantamclub@aol.com

Telephone: 07921 553931


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