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Hi! One of my bantam hens hatched a Silkie X d'Uccle cross this year and unfortunately, it turned out to be a rooster. I already have two roosters in my flock and three is just one too many. He has a good disposition and has not shown any aggression towards people (just really likes the hens). He's mid-sized and inherited Silkie features such as black skin, five toes and a crest. d'Uccle features that he inherited are smooth feathering, feathered legs, single comb and a beard. He doesn't crow excessively except for the mornings. Thanks for looking! :)

 

When he was a chick (his parents are a Mille Fleur d'Uccle rooster and a white Silkie hen, but he was raised by a d'Uccle hen)

I am a Roman-Catholic Chicken Girl and proud to be one! Proud owner of 1 Easter Egger rooster, 2 Buff Orpington hens, 2 Cherry Egger hens, 4 Barred Plymouth Rock hens, 1 white Silkie hen, 2 Easter Egger hens, 1 Mille Fleur d'Uccle rooster, 4 Dominique pullets, 1 White Leghorn pullet, 1 Silkie X d'Uccle cockerel and 1 Black Star hen!
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I am a Roman-Catholic Chicken Girl and proud to be one! Proud owner of 1 Easter Egger rooster, 2 Buff Orpington hens, 2 Cherry Egger hens, 4 Barred Plymouth Rock hens, 1 white Silkie hen, 2 Easter Egger hens, 1 Mille Fleur d'Uccle rooster, 4 Dominique pullets, 1 White Leghorn pullet, 1 Silkie X d'Uccle cockerel and 1 Black Star hen!
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