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Colonel

Bantam

Nevins Farm
Male
7 Months

Meet Colonel

Meet Colonel! Colonel is a silver duckwing Old English Game Bantam which means he's a big personality in a small package! He likes to flirt with shoes which means that he would love a flock of his very own with several hens to impress and he is best suited to live with other bantam chickens. He is friendly and spunky and even stands to be picked up!

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Colonel

Bantam

Nevins Farm
Male
7 Months

Colonel

Bantam

Nevins Farm
Male
7 Months

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