- n. Plural form of bantam.
“I don't know much about chickens like name wise such as bantams, I just know they were rhode island reds.”
“bantams," "little and good," who, after being rejected for their diminutive stature, are now joining up under the new regulations:”
“I loved it, and still do, but when I saw my first low-profile Shimano bantams and those early Daiwa Procasters it was love at first sight.”
“Sally Jaine, Totnes, DevonThey must have – our four bantams will only eat one variety of cabbage, and a call of "sweetcorn" will have them running faster than you'd think possible.”
“ Searching through cages of bantams, we found no Cochins or Araucanas, but I located a half dozen Mille Fleurs, and my decision was made.”
“With the latter two I forgot to ask the breed, and as bantams are too small to “sex” we didn't know how many would turn out to be hens and how many cockalorums.”
“There were bantams, about the size of a fifty-cent piece, and regular sized chicks more than twice that big.”
“Yesterday morning, the second day of being awakened at five thirty by the crowing-but-not-growing roosters, I placed the ringleaders, that impulse-purchase pair of bantams, in blackout conditions inside a cardboard box down in the basement.”
“We end up with twenty-five mixed-breed chicks: Cornish Cross, Rhode Island Reds, and blue Plymouth Rocks (or blue Rocks), mixed with a salt-and-pepper team of bantams (strictly a vanity purchase), and four ducklings.”
“Caleb and Bevan Jake introducing one of two bantams to The Farm from the back of The Tractor, a 1989 Toyota Land Cruiser.”
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