Pyncheon Bantam ;
is a rare American breed and the Pyncheons are real bantam that have no counterpart among large poultry. It is an ancient breed developed in the northeastern United States. His ancestors were brought from the Netherlands or Belgium. It is recognized by the American Bantam Association, but not by the American Poultry Association.
Similar to Sulmtaler, Pyncheon has a single comb followed by a tassel. Often the comb is not straight due to the crown and turns into an ‘s’ shape. A unique variation of the Mille Fleur is the model they appear most often: Like most beasts, it has strong flight abilities.
- Rooster: 680 g
- Chicken: 620 g
Pyncheon Bantams have a long history, but disappeared from the exhibition for much of the 20th century. Dedicated breeders have brought them back and are rediscovering this colorful breed and its history.