Hey everyone I thought I would make this thread for everyone to talk about and post pics of their d'uccle! I think they are a wonderful and beautiful breed. Any color welcome. POST AWAY!!!!!
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D'uccle Threadpost #1 of 842411/21/09 at 1:04pmThread Starter8 silkies, 10 OEGB, 4 pigeons, 5 pheasants, 3 peafowl, 1 dog, 2 cats, and 4 goldfish I have silkie eggs available if anyone is interested!8 silkies, 10 OEGB, 4 pigeons, 5 pheasants, 3 peafowl, 1 dog, 2 cats, and 4 goldfish I have silkie eggs available if anyone is interested!post #2 of 842411/24/09 at 1:37pm
Yes, I totally LOVE my Porcelain d'uccles. It was pure fluke when I impulsively bought them from the feed store and found out what breed they were and how adorable and sweet. They are from Estes Hatchery mixed bantams. This is definitely the breed I'm sticking with. I bought some hatching eggs from ugly duckly and am getting some really pretty coloring from them. I bought a bunch from Ideal, but I'm not as impressed with their smaller beards and skimpy middle toe feathering. They are not as calm as ugly duckly or Estes's d'uccles. So, I probably will be selling all but the 5 straight run Millies and 5 porcelain pullets. I'll have about 6 cockerels and 3 pullets with that I'll be posting for sale later. I thought I'd wait till they were a few more weeks old.
I think in the spring, I'll visit the feed store and see if I can get a few more Estes d'uccles, as pretty as they are turning out to be. This is the breed I'm going to promote as the perfect chicken for children! I'm thankful that I don't have to chase this breed all over the yard if I want to pick them up and pet them, they are fairly easy to catch. They are really good flyers, and can fly 7 feet up in the air. I had to put welded wire fencing on top of my chain link to make it high enough to keep them out of the neighbors yard. I think next spring I might try ordering some porcelain d'uccle hatching eggs from my pet chicken and see how they turn out, plus a few more mille pullets. The breeders I've seen online, just aren't selling much these days unless you want to pay $10 a chick!
My first porcelain pullet finally started laying at 7 months old! Can't wait to start hatching my own cuties, but I think I'll wait till spring, since I already have 2 dozen in the garage. Here's mine from Adults to chicks!My husband has a dog & cat allergy, so we have one pet rabbit, 2 female cockatiels, an older Barred Rock hen, 1 Langshan hen, over 2 dozen porcelain d'uccles, a dozen mille fleur d'uccles, and 11 Speckled Sussexes (1 male) NPIP certified pullorum-typhoid-avianinfluenza free MO 43-711.My husband has a dog & cat allergy, so we have one pet rabbit, 2 female cockatiels, an older Barred Rock hen, 1 Langshan hen, over 2 dozen porcelain d'uccles, a dozen mille fleur d'uccles, and 11 Speckled Sussexes (1 male) NPIP certified pullorum-typhoid-avianinfluenza free MO 43-711.post #3 of 842411/24/09 at 3:23pmpost #4 of 842411/24/09 at 3:26pm
You d'Uccle people have some beautiful birds!The awesomeness of a movie can, under normal circumstances, be easily calculated by counting the number of cars destroyed and multiplying that figure by the number of witty comebacks issued by major characters. The Avengers is a very high ranking movie on this scale.
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"Harrison Ford is the President of the United States" is the perfect movie tagline.post #5 of 842411/24/09 at 3:29pmpost #6 of 842411/24/09 at 3:29pmBTW Japanese,mille fleur Jap project, corturnix quail, some red chickens I got at TSC, one EE and 2 EE chicks, and some really poor pyncheons, 10 ducks and 2 welsh harlequin ducklings, one pheasant hen, one pheasant chick, one MFC chick, 2 Norwegian Jaerhon chicks.BTW Japanese,mille fleur Jap project, corturnix quail, some red chickens I got at TSC, one EE and 2 EE chicks, and some really poor pyncheons, 10 ducks and 2 welsh harlequin ducklings, one pheasant hen, one pheasant chick, one MFC chick, 2 Norwegian Jaerhon chicks.post #7 of 842411/24/09 at 3:37pm
Wheatie looks spoiled on her rug! LOL all chickens should be spoiledpost #8 of 842411/24/09 at 3:39pmpost #9 of 842411/24/09 at 3:43pm
Beautiful beautiful beautiful!!!
I've had my 4 for 4 weeks now and they are soooo sweet and cute and friendly, 2 jump right up on my arm or hand when I go in the brooder. I can't wait for them to mature, I think they are absolutely gorgeous! I think I may have 1 boy and 3 girls...just initial guess but time will tell. Here's some baby pics...
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