A trio of Buff Leghorn bantams
Photo courtesy of Jason Keeney

Leghorn bantams

pronounced "leggerns" in the US

 

This is the bantam version of the well-known Leghorn.

 


Leghorn bantam Links:

Red Mottled Leghorn bantams

 


Leghorn bantams: Buff hen and Light Brown cock

A Brown Leghorn bantam cockerel

A Silver Leghorn bantam cockerel and a Brown Leghorn bantam female
Photo courtesy of Jacob Bates

And a Rosecomb White Leghorn bantam hen

A bantam White Leghorn cock on the woodpile
Photo courtesy of Mary Jane Pelletier

More Buff Leghorn bantams
Photo courtesy of Jason Keeney

A pair of Buff Leghorn bantams
Photo courtesy of Danne J. Honourv

A Buff Leghorn pullet from Australia
Photo courtesy of Scott Powell

A pen of Brown Leghorn bantams
Photo courtesy of Jacob Bates

A White Leghorn bantam cockerel from Germany
Photo courtesy of Sascha Michel

A Black Leghorn bantam hen from the UK
Photo courtesy of Jed Dwight

Brown Leghorn bantam females
Photos courtesy of Charles Sutherland

Another Brown Leghorn bantam cockerel
Photo courtesy of Charles Sutherland

"American type" Buff Leghorn bantams from The Netherlands, males on the right
Photos courtesy of Arie van Bijsterveldt

More Brown Leghorn bantams
Photos courtesy of Jacob Bates


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