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I would say ok. Not prolific, but not extremely poor either. The eggs will be on the smaller side and probably blue, green, or pink.
 

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Personally.....I fail to understand why anyone would raise BANTAMS for Egg-Laying.
Bantams seem to me to be "Entertainment ONLY" birds and a LUXURY that doesn't interest me.
just MY opinion.
-ReTIRED- :)
 

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Correct me if I am wrong but are bantam type roosters not more volatile? I had a friend once tell me he keeps a bantam roo around his free range birds because the roo was especially nasty to predators.
 
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