TN - Belgian Bearded d'Anvers - Quail, Blue Quail, Black, Self Blue and White
(Cookeville, TN, USA)
Breeding show quality Belgian Bearded d'Anvers in Black, Quail, Blue Quail, Self Blue and White. My lines are selected with a special focus on quality bodies, skeletal structure (including wide skulls), good fleshing, relatively good productivity and friendly temperaments. My focus on body quality ensures only the healthiest birds are bred (since good carcasses do not exist on weak or inefficient birds). My focus on temperament ensures birds that are easy to handle and tame and train. The breed is known for friendliness, but some of my females are exceptional in this quality. I also prioritize showing my birds, but I have noticed a distinct need for the particular qualities in my stock. Many strains have birds with long, lean and/or horizontal bodies that do not feel cobby in the hand like the standard calls for, and mine is the perfect solution to mitigate this. If you want excellent health and vigor, great pets or show birds with the proper body shape and fleshing, then you may wish to consider my lines.
My flock is NPIP and AI clean and I am participant #63-748. I have seasonal availability on hatching eggs, started birds and adults. Please call, text or email to enquire about availability. Belgian Bearded d'Anvers and Watermaals are seasonal breeders, meaning hatching eggs are typically only available in the spring (starting in March) through summer (ending in July/August) with some limited availability in the fall. I can ship eggs to any of the lower 48 states. I only hatch once a year so started birds are available generally in September, when the weather is cool enough to ship. Adults are also often available in the fall and/or spring and I also ship started birds and adults during spring and fall months when the weather is favorable to the otherwise harsh conditions of shipment. I do not generally sell chicks, except for local pick up only in March or April when I end up hatching more than I can handle for myself(hatches go better than expected).
I also now breed Belgian Watermaal (a tasseled variety of Belgian Bearded bantam - similar in many respects to d'Anvers but smaller, with a triple spiked rose comb, a more graceful contour, a narrower tail in the females and a tassel). I raise them in Quail and Blue Quail. This is a fairly rare breed and was only recently taken off the inactive list in the ABA. Please visit my website for more information of them and more information on my Belgian d'Anvers: https://breezybantamfarm.webs.com/
Breezy Bantam Farm
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