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White Crested Bantam Polish Chickens

White Crested Bantam Poland Chickens For Sale

Introduction to Bantam Polish Poland Chickens

Little bantam Polands are such sweet natured chickens, we have many colours of white crested hens available from plain reds and blues to the fun and quirky splash varieties. Polish Chickens are so full of character, we love them at Pipinchick, they are a firm favourite! Chatty, funny and delightful to watch chicken about the garden! They make great pets for older children and love to be around people.

Handle With Care

This breed, although not hard to care for is delicate and not suited in large flocks of rangy or aggressive breeds, they will be happier in a flock of gentle breeds or breeds labelled Good With Most, avoid mixing with Hybrids, better in pairs. Check the full breed guide for more information.

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Make Great Pets

This breed make wonderful pets for both adults and children, they will have a docile nature and will be easy to handle, they will enjoy human interaction and company.

100-150 Small White PA

This breed will lay up to 150 Small white coloured eggs per year, they are not known for being overly broody.

More About Polish Bantams

  • Character

  • Suitability

  • History


The Polish is a beautiful bird with pretty, soft plumage, delicate features and a large, crested pompom on their heads.
They are absolute Divas and so, so fun to own and be around. They love human contact and will perch on your shoulder like a parrot chatting to you! They do make wonderful pets although not robust with being handled by young children. They need a considerate touch but will love the contact and attention! They have a plucky yet gentle nature, they are very inquisitive and want to be a part of everything that’s going on.
They do need extra care than your average chicken but if you want a pet that will love you and your cuddles and want to be with you in the garden then the Polish is for you!


The Polish chicken is more of an aviary bird, they will not cope well in a mixed flock of larger breeds and SHOULD NEVER BE PUT WITH HYBRIDS.
They are delicate and can easily be shocked, spooked or affected by their environment and the elements, they like to be warm and dry and will need a little extra care. They cannot be put in a free roaming field, they will not survive, they are very much a back garden pet chicken.
They can fly quite well and love to perch, it is essential for them to have an area either in their house or in their run where they can feel safe on a perch up high looking down on the going Ons. They can climb a ladder or manage a ramp up to their house.
Poultry tonic or multi vitamins should be given regularly.


Known in the U.K. as the Poland or Polish, it is one of the oldest pure breed chickens in Europe it’s classed as a bantam sized pure breed and recorded back as early as the 16th century.
They received classification at the first poultry show in London in 1845 at this time they were available in only four colours, now available in lots of colours and are also available as frizzles. Polish hens will lay a good number of small white eggs at about 4-5 a week in the summer months. they start laying at around 8-10 months old, they are generally classed as a non-sitting bird, but they can occasionally become broody. Their average life expectancy is about 9 years.

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