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Anyone Have Pics of Blue Mille Fleur d'Uccles?

post #1 of 20
Thread Starter 

Are they as nice looking as the regular Mille Fleurs?

1 yellow Lab named Remi, 2 Red Pyle OEGB, 2 Campine Bantam Hens, 1 BB Red OEGB , 1 EE hen, 2 Golden-Laced Polish, 2 Splash Bantam Cochins, plenty of mutts, and always looking for more
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1 yellow Lab named Remi, 2 Red Pyle OEGB, 2 Campine Bantam Hens, 1 BB Red OEGB , 1 EE hen, 2 Golden-Laced Polish, 2 Splash Bantam Cochins, plenty of mutts, and always looking for more
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post #2 of 20

There's no such thing as 'a' Mille Fleur, that's a color. Several birds come in MF. But here are some pics of my roo. He is a Mille Fleur d'Uccle. smile

http://i456.photobucket.com/albums/qq287/MypattyPPom/Nep2.jpg

http://i456.photobucket.com/albums/qq287/MypattyPPom/Nep1.jpg

-Has a soft spot for anything with a crest.-
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-Has a soft spot for anything with a crest.-
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post #3 of 20

http://www.cacklehatchery.com/milliefluer.html

Cackle
has a picture of one on their website - link above - of a self blue d'uccle.  Very pretty birds big_smile

Tricia
100+ chickens, 20+ ducks, 1 pony, 4 dogs, 6 cats, 3 rabbits, 1 very understanding hubby (23 years so far!) and 4 kids. Emily 15, Amanda 10, Samuel 8 and James 5.

***Specializing in White Rock Turkens, Showgirls, Black/Blue Orpingtons and Silver Phoenix***

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Tricia
100+ chickens, 20+ ducks, 1 pony, 4 dogs, 6 cats, 3 rabbits, 1 very understanding hubby (23 years so far!) and 4 kids. Emily 15, Amanda 10, Samuel 8 and James 5.

***Specializing in White Rock Turkens, Showgirls, Black/Blue Orpingtons and Silver Phoenix***

Proud Members and Supporters of the Alachua County 4H Poultry Club and Santa Fe High School FFA 
 

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post #4 of 20

i have seen black, never blue though, they are neat looking!

1 Ol' Man, 2 little boys(and i do mean all boy- boys), 4 ducks(Rouen, Pekin, East Indie Call), 5 goats, 1 sheep, 4 turkeys, 2 guineas, and about 50 chickens(orphintons,aracone/americana, Game, etc...to many to list, lol
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1 Ol' Man, 2 little boys(and i do mean all boy- boys), 4 ducks(Rouen, Pekin, East Indie Call), 5 goats, 1 sheep, 4 turkeys, 2 guineas, and about 50 chickens(orphintons,aracone/americana, Game, etc...to many to list, lol
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post #5 of 20

Princess, if you read the thread title as one sentence and Urban's post as the 2nd, she does know that mille fleur is a colour, and is asking about blue mille fleur in the d'uccle breed.

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adult and started pairs occasionally available;
   No eggs or chicks. 
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Breeder & Exhibitor of fine silkies in recognized and project varieties.
adult and started pairs occasionally available;
   No eggs or chicks. 
Support your local poultry clubs, breed clubs, ABA & APA!

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post #6 of 20
Thread Starter 

Princess, I know smile , but thanks lol.

Sonoran, I'm a he wink but that's ok.

I've never even heard of the Blues either, but I ordered some from Ideal. They are supposed to be just like the Blacks, but with blue replacing the black... I don't know. I've never seen a picture of one.

I'll check out the link to Cackle. I think I've seen the ones you're talking about, but I'll look anyways just to be sure smile

Thanks for the replies, everyone.

1 yellow Lab named Remi, 2 Red Pyle OEGB, 2 Campine Bantam Hens, 1 BB Red OEGB , 1 EE hen, 2 Golden-Laced Polish, 2 Splash Bantam Cochins, plenty of mutts, and always looking for more
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1 yellow Lab named Remi, 2 Red Pyle OEGB, 2 Campine Bantam Hens, 1 BB Red OEGB , 1 EE hen, 2 Golden-Laced Polish, 2 Splash Bantam Cochins, plenty of mutts, and always looking for more
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post #7 of 20

I've seen them either in photos or in person--not sure which--they are pretty.

Sorry about the "she" wink

Breeder & Exhibitor of fine silkies in recognized and project varieties.
adult and started pairs occasionally available;
   No eggs or chicks. 
Support your local poultry clubs, breed clubs, ABA & APA!

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Breeder & Exhibitor of fine silkies in recognized and project varieties.
adult and started pairs occasionally available;
   No eggs or chicks. 
Support your local poultry clubs, breed clubs, ABA & APA!

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post #8 of 20

My friend raises them and showed some at the last show we had two weeks ago, but I did not grab pictures sorry. They were very pretty birds.

Exhibition birds in Dutch Bantams, Bearded Silkies
http://www.silverpulletpoultry.net
Colorado Poultry Association
www.freewebs.com/coloradopoultryassociation
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Exhibition birds in Dutch Bantams, Bearded Silkies
http://www.silverpulletpoultry.net
Colorado Poultry Association
www.freewebs.com/coloradopoultryassociation
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Breeder & Exhibitor of fine silkies in recognized and project varieties.
adult and started pairs occasionally available;
   No eggs or chicks. 
Support your local poultry clubs, breed clubs, ABA & APA!

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Breeder & Exhibitor of fine silkies in recognized and project varieties.
adult and started pairs occasionally available;
   No eggs or chicks. 
Support your local poultry clubs, breed clubs, ABA & APA!

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post #10 of 20

Actually, my friend just listed some eggs from her blue mottled on eggbid here:

http://www.eggbid.com/listings/details/index.cfm?itemnum=1241678342

Exhibition birds in Dutch Bantams, Bearded Silkies
http://www.silverpulletpoultry.net
Colorado Poultry Association
www.freewebs.com/coloradopoultryassociation
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Exhibition birds in Dutch Bantams, Bearded Silkies
http://www.silverpulletpoultry.net
Colorado Poultry Association
www.freewebs.com/coloradopoultryassociation
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