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what does Millifleurs mean?

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Hi all I have barbu duccle and I am really unsure what millifleurs mean? Is it the colour or is it the feathered feet or something else, I cant seen to find any inform about it? Many thanks Emma x
post #2 of 7

Mille fleur i think is just the color

17 pigeons, 15 coturnix quail, 2 roos, 6 hens. Also 5 drakes, a CCL roo that thinks he's a drake, a fat bearded dragon and 2 angora rabbits.

 

Current projects are Cinnamon Legbars (chocolate gold), chocolate/brown pigeons and silver/brown coturnix quail. My next project is a dark chocolate colored chicken with deep red/gold base that lays bright green eggs. Yes, I like the color brown.

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17 pigeons, 15 coturnix quail, 2 roos, 6 hens. Also 5 drakes, a CCL roo that thinks he's a drake, a fat bearded dragon and 2 angora rabbits.

 

Current projects are Cinnamon Legbars (chocolate gold), chocolate/brown pigeons and silver/brown coturnix quail. My next project is a dark chocolate colored chicken with deep red/gold base that lays bright green eggs. Yes, I like the color brown.

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post #3 of 7
Thread Starter 
Which colour?or is it the speckle colour ? X
post #4 of 7

I think it's this color

hen

http://www.cacklehatchery.com/images/mille_fluer_duccle_hen.jpg

 

rooster

http://www.saynora.com/Millierooster823200c.jpg


Edited by Lozuufy - 11/11/15 at 6:05am

17 pigeons, 15 coturnix quail, 2 roos, 6 hens. Also 5 drakes, a CCL roo that thinks he's a drake, a fat bearded dragon and 2 angora rabbits.

 

Current projects are Cinnamon Legbars (chocolate gold), chocolate/brown pigeons and silver/brown coturnix quail. My next project is a dark chocolate colored chicken with deep red/gold base that lays bright green eggs. Yes, I like the color brown.

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17 pigeons, 15 coturnix quail, 2 roos, 6 hens. Also 5 drakes, a CCL roo that thinks he's a drake, a fat bearded dragon and 2 angora rabbits.

 

Current projects are Cinnamon Legbars (chocolate gold), chocolate/brown pigeons and silver/brown coturnix quail. My next project is a dark chocolate colored chicken with deep red/gold base that lays bright green eggs. Yes, I like the color brown.

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post #5 of 7
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So my black and white duccle is not a millifleurs?
post #6 of 7

Probably not, but could you post a picture of them?

17 pigeons, 15 coturnix quail, 2 roos, 6 hens. Also 5 drakes, a CCL roo that thinks he's a drake, a fat bearded dragon and 2 angora rabbits.

 

Current projects are Cinnamon Legbars (chocolate gold), chocolate/brown pigeons and silver/brown coturnix quail. My next project is a dark chocolate colored chicken with deep red/gold base that lays bright green eggs. Yes, I like the color brown.

Reply

17 pigeons, 15 coturnix quail, 2 roos, 6 hens. Also 5 drakes, a CCL roo that thinks he's a drake, a fat bearded dragon and 2 angora rabbits.

 

Current projects are Cinnamon Legbars (chocolate gold), chocolate/brown pigeons and silver/brown coturnix quail. My next project is a dark chocolate colored chicken with deep red/gold base that lays bright green eggs. Yes, I like the color brown.

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post #7 of 7
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Originally Posted by emmaellis111 View Post

So my black and white duccle is not a millifleurs?


If your d'uccle is just black and white, it is not a mille fleur as the mille fleur color pattern Mille fleur literally means "thousand flowers" and is so named due to all of the mixed colors in the pattern. Louzuufy gave a good link showing the mille fleur color pattern and here is another pic below.

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/20/53/58/205358a5608832378173e7070e0b9702.jpg

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/20/53/58/205358a5608832378173e7070e0b9702.jpg

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