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Mille Fleur Silkie?

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Well theres cuckoo and such, but is anyone working on a Mille Fleur Silkie?

I think it would be a nice idea, maybe Mille Fleur Cochin X White Silkie and over and over....

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post #2 of 40

I am a Mille Fleur Junkie and I love silkies I would love it if someone would create those.

post #3 of 40

Mille Fleur x Buff Silkie would be the better way to start.  wink

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1 great DH, 1 DS, 1 DD, 2 dogs, 1 cat, 1 horse, & a few Silkies, Easter Eggers, and Cochins.

 

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post #4 of 40

I eventually want a Mille Fleur Frizzle! One of these days it just may happen.fl

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Bantam Cochins are my love! Mille Fleur projects, buff barred projects and black/blue Mottled. Chickens, Guineas, Ducks, Peafowl and Turkeys. Contact me for hatching eggs and a link to my website.


God Bless America!  If you can't stand behind our troops, please feel free to stand in front of them!


"Science and religion are not at odds. Science is simply too young to understand."

 

 

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post #5 of 40

pop

Had a Coyote raid and killed all my birds. He gets my chickens we get his head.
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Had a Coyote raid and killed all my birds. He gets my chickens we get his head.
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post #6 of 40

I'm going to I just haven't figured out what breed to use yet.

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Wife to a Patient Loving Husband, Mother to 6 children and 3 Grandchildren.  Breeders of Black, Blue, Blue Partridge, Partridge, Buff, Paint, Porcelain, Splash, White and AOV Silkies.  www.elitesilkies.com
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post #7 of 40

Would it be okay to use the Silkie Roo over the Millie hens?

Wife to a Patient Loving Husband, Mother to 6 children and 3 Grandchildren.  Breeders of Black, Blue, Blue Partridge, Partridge, Buff, Paint, Porcelain, Splash, White and AOV Silkies.  www.elitesilkies.com
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Wife to a Patient Loving Husband, Mother to 6 children and 3 Grandchildren.  Breeders of Black, Blue, Blue Partridge, Partridge, Buff, Paint, Porcelain, Splash, White and AOV Silkies.  www.elitesilkies.com
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post #8 of 40

Elite Silkies,
The millie fleur d'uccle is one of my favorite chickens as well. I fell in love with this chicken when I was stationed in Belgium. The first chicken that actually caught my eye! These used to run free range around a gas station that I used to visit between Belgium and the Netherlands. Please keep us posted on your work in this area.

100+ birds and growing
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100+ birds and growing
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post #9 of 40

I have been looking at some nice SQ millie cochins around here I have a beautiful buff silkie rooster but I need another project like a hole in the head...LOL Right now with my coon problem it won't be anytime soon.

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Living Life And Loving My Two Beautiful Daughters.

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post #10 of 40

A mille fleur silkie would be super cute! Little "calicos"!

Lord, thank you for the gift of animals - they always make me smile! Member of SCNA.
Chicken mom to Zsa Zsa, a white silkie, Paisley, a mille fleur OEGB, and Capri, my little Serama girl.

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Lord, thank you for the gift of animals - they always make me smile! Member of SCNA.
Chicken mom to Zsa Zsa, a white silkie, Paisley, a mille fleur OEGB, and Capri, my little Serama girl.

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