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Brabanter: Discussion on creating a US Standard

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I haven't found a forum dedicated to the Brabanters. I have 3 Cream Brabanters and I'd like to improve the breed. Rather than sharing the Spitz page we can gather here with pictures and genome and phenome discussion.
Here are my 3 examples. I'm going to expand to add several other lines in Spring.


I'm excited about this guy. I think he needs to be a bit lighter, but because he's still growing I don't know if his form is what we're striving for.
Mojo:
I'm creating Pleasant Row chickens: I'm starting with goals of cold hardy, dual purpose, and always bearded using Ameraucana, Crested Cream Legbar, Copper Marans, EE, Orpington, and Rock.
I'm also working toward improving the Cream Brabanter breed.
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I'm creating Pleasant Row chickens: I'm starting with goals of cold hardy, dual purpose, and always bearded using Ameraucana, Crested Cream Legbar, Copper Marans, EE, Orpington, and Rock.
I'm also working toward improving the Cream Brabanter breed.
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This is the best bird I have as an example of Cream Brabanter. I'm still looking to improve the tail and beard. This is Minnie Pearl.
I'm creating Pleasant Row chickens: I'm starting with goals of cold hardy, dual purpose, and always bearded using Ameraucana, Crested Cream Legbar, Copper Marans, EE, Orpington, and Rock.
I'm also working toward improving the Cream Brabanter breed.
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I'm creating Pleasant Row chickens: I'm starting with goals of cold hardy, dual purpose, and always bearded using Ameraucana, Crested Cream Legbar, Copper Marans, EE, Orpington, and Rock.
I'm also working toward improving the Cream Brabanter breed.
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