Brahma bantam is an ancient breed of chicken. After an unsuccessful attempt in England, they were eventually bred in Germany by crossbreeding from large breed and other bantam breeds.
In 1887 W.F. In England, Brahma decided to make his chickens small, but failed because of their size. In 1889, L. Neubert of Saxony achieved this. He first used large breeds of feather-footed bantam and silkie chickens to breed white-black columbia and, in 1891, yellow-black columbia. WİKİ zwerg brahma
- Rooster – 1.7 kg
- Hen- 1.3 kg
Egg capacity 80 eggs per year.
Also Read : Large Brahma Chickens