- Silver Duckwing Phoenix Bantam
The Phoenix is one of the most beautiful chicken breeds available today, and we have several varieties of miniature bantam breed. For example, we offer Silver Phoenix Bantam baby chicks, which are part of a breed that has a long history in Japan. Although people have been breeding these chickens for hundreds of years, the Silver Duckwing variety was admitted into the American Standard of Perfection in 1965. They will start to lay at 4 months and lay a large quantity of eggs per year. With stunning tails that can sometimes surpass twenty feet and gorgeous silver feathers, you won’t want to wait another day before placing your order. Make sure you contact Cackle Hatchery® if you have any questions!
Many people who like this breed of chicken also like the standard version of the breed, the Silver Duckwing Phoenix Chicken.
Also may like Phoenix Bantam Special.
Availability Table coming soon. In the meantime, check out the Master Availability Table
PLEASE NOTE: Availability chart is updated weekly and does not reflect the availability of in-store poultry and does not represent a guarantee of shipping date.
We hatch/ship February - September of each season. See Calendar.
In the checkout process, please indicate in the comment section your desired hatch/ship date with desired month or ASAP.
There is an additional small order fee ($20) charged for orders of only 3-14 poultry. We do not ship less than 3 poultry.
- Poultry Show Class: Single comb Clean Legged (Other than Game) Bantams
- Weights - Hen -------28 oz Rooster----30 oz
- Pullet------26 oz Cockerel---28 oz
- Purpose - Ornamental; Exhibition & Production
- Egg Shell Color - Cream or Tinted Bantam Sized Egg
- Egg Production- Very Good
- Egg Size: Small
- Temperament: Active
- Fertility Percentage: 40-55%
- Broody: Setters
- Mating Ratio: 8 Females to 1 Male
- Roost Height: 4+ feet
- Country of Origin - Japan
- APA: Yes, Recognized by the Standard of Perfection
- ALBC: No
- Breeder Farm Source : "Cackle Hatchery Poultry Breeding Farm" developing our bloodline or strain of pure Phoenix Bantams since 2002.
Beautiful chickens Review by Dylan c
I was very impressed with the shipping and quality of these chickens, they are all just as beautiful as the pictures and I haven’t lost any. Very long feathers!!! (Posted on 11/5/2019)
Wonderful babies Review by Dawn
So excited to receive these babies. All arrived safe and sound. (Posted on 10/30/2019)
Would recommend Review by Laura
Such a beautiful breed. They survived shipping better than some of the other breeds as well. The roosters did get kind of aggressive though. Everyone always asks us where we got the roosters because they’re so pretty. The hens are broody and much more mellow. We’ve have 2 hens already hatching eggs. We really do love this breed. But both of our roosters did get mean. (Posted on 10/30/2019)
Hi Folks Review by Lois
Hi folks-you have brought great joy to me in Lancaster Pa-you shipped me sometime ago 5 baby silver duck wing phoenix bantams and I raised them-now have a few on a neighboring farm and have one hen here who just hatched two eggs-one definitely a phoenix and the other seems to be an easter bantam - the mother phoenix whom I raised is super-taking good care of them. Another mother at the farm has two phoenix chicks which are about 6 weeks old. Always nice to have animals that are lovely to look at. Thanks for the good job of shipping you do-have never lost one of yours in transit.
Will try to send a picture of a grown rooster-he is gorgeous..and a pet. Hopefully Amish family who have him will write a story-he hunts the owner and when he finds her, he crows-great joy. Thanks.
(Posted on 10/18/2019)
Thanks Review by Dylan
My chicks arrived today excellently packed and all look happy and healthy! (Posted on 3/22/2019)
Hello from MN Review by Andrew Minnesota December 2006
I wanted to tell you how wonderful all my chickens are!!! You sent me great quality and all are still alive and well. They look alot better than others people from other hatcheries. Keep up the good work. (Posted on 1/11/2016)