Ardenner Bantam ; was recognized in Belgium in 1913 and was bred from poultry and english game fowl bantam around the Liège region.
The Ardenner Bantam is a lightly built, slender small in the shape of a distinctive grouse. A slightly upright posture suggests a proud stance, but an emphasis is placed on a tense body shape.
The Ardenner Bantam is a lively and very original breed. It is understood in a short time that it is a village chicken breed. So the Ardenner Bantam can fly well, likes to spend the night at the top of a tree and generally needs more freedom of movement. But they are equally content to stay in a spacious aviary. source
- Rooster ; 600-650g,
- Hen ; 500-550g
Also known by the names : Zwerg-Ardenner, Ardennaise naine, Ardennese Nana, Ardenner kriel, Törpe Ardenni