Both the APA and the American Bantam Association (ABA) recognize the bantam White Faced Black Spanish (single comb clean legged class). The White Faced Black Spanish bantam was created in Arkansas by Joe Templeton by using a combination of Black Minorca and Rosecomb bantams. The shape and color requirements are the same as for large fowl. Like the large fowl, the bantam version is not very common though it is gaining some popularity in certain parts of the country. The APA only recognizes the White Faced Black, while the ABA also recognizes the White Faced Blue.
Only available to purchase if you are a guest for Chicken Chat on April 1, 2023. Please bring your own crate to transport your poultry on the day of the event.