German Wyandotte history of the bantam breed ;
Wyandotte bantam is a little bred from Wyandotte in the USA. Breeders from different countries have paid special attention to different characteristics during breeding, so animals of the same breed and color are slightly different in country comparison. To account for these deviations, the German Wyandotte bantam breed name was officially introduced for the Wyandottes bantam bred in Germany in 2018. They are among the “beneficial bantams” as they lay too many eggs and enough meat.
The great genus, and hence the name bantam, is a North American Indian tribal group: Wyandot or Hurons.
- Rooster 1300 g
- Hen 1100 g
160 eggs per year of weight 40 g or more per each. The eggs are light brown to cream color.
Also known by the names : Deutsche Zwerg-Wyandotte, Wyandotte Allemande naine, Wyandotte Tedesca nana, Wyandotte Aleman enano, Duitse Wyandotte kriel, Tyske Dværg-Wyandot, Wyandotty Niemiecky Mniaturowe, Njemačka Patuljasta Wyandotta, Zdr. Nemecká Wyandotka, Zdrobnělé Německy Wyandotky, Német Törpe Wyandott, Nemska Viandot Bantam, Wyandotte German Pitică
Also Read ; Wyandotte Bantam Usa Type