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Are there any other colors that brahmas come in besides light, dark, and buff here in the United states. I'm considering getting some, but would love something besides these basic three colors. I've seen the silver laced brahmas on here before, but wanted to know if there was anything else

post #2 of 16

Yep  There are the Silver laced Brahmas here deleloped by Big Medicine, he also has Blue laced Red projects as well, but both of those are going to be a bit pricey. Dan Powell has developed some AMAZING Buff laced Brahmas, and again, they are expensive, but nothing compared to what both of them have put into making them.

There are also a handful of Partridge Brahmas her as well  and Black Brahma Bantams.

And I think thats about it.

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post #3 of 16

I have black brahmas, am working on partridge, and white.  I also have barred brahmas and am working on mille fleur brahmas and blue silver partridge.  I have a few red brahmas also. All largefowl none for sale right now, except barred brahma chicks, but can't ship.  Will have some in fall.

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post #4 of 16

Buff, Dark, and Light are the common colors found at hatcheries and are what is accepted by the APA.


We also have Buff Laced, Gold Laced, Blue Laced Red, Silver Laced, Partridge, Lemon Blue, Red, Blue Partridge, Blue Columbian - All in the US. smile

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post #5 of 16
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Originally Posted by onagadori 

I have black brahmas, am working on partridge, and white.  I also have barred brahmas and am working on mille fleur brahmas and blue silver partridge.  I have a few red brahmas also. All largefowl none for sale right now, except barred brahma chicks, but can't ship.  Will have some in fall.


Im pretty sure it says somewhere in the BYC Rules that anyone in with rare and/or project colored brahmas must post pictures you they will be subject to being banned from the site.  Im pretty sure I saw that somewhere in there, so you should probably post some pics to be save.  lol


But seriously I would LOVE Brahmas and I'm glad to see you are working on them becuase most of these like the Blacks, Whites, Reds, and Milles, I actually had plans on making myself but I dont think I will have time with there breeds I am wanting to work on new colors in like Orps, Wyandottes, Sussex, and now I'm thinking maybe Rose Combed Leghorns too.  But I would Love to see some pics of any or all of these varieties you've listed.

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post #6 of 16

tongue2 Brahmas come in soooooooooo many colours in Europe tongue2

I'm getting some blue colombian (blue with black hackes) and some white/blue colombian (white with blue hackles), and some buff colombian... to add to my black (uni) brahmas (eggs are arriving today)

Gold (partridge i.e. multiple laced) brahma are a standard colour in the UK and France smile

Breeds for 2011 (awaiting eggs): Cream Legbar; Salmon Faverolles (LF); Black and Gold Brahma (LF); Wyandottes: Buff laced and blue laced (LF); silver laced, buff laced and blue laced (bantam); French Marans: Silver Black, Silver Blue, White, Wheaten (LF) Black Cochin (LF); Sabelpoot: silver millefleur
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Breeds for 2011 (awaiting eggs): Cream Legbar; Salmon Faverolles (LF); Black and Gold Brahma (LF); Wyandottes: Buff laced and blue laced (LF); silver laced, buff laced and blue laced (bantam); French Marans: Silver Black, Silver Blue, White, Wheaten (LF) Black Cochin (LF); Sabelpoot: silver millefleur
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post #7 of 16

Yes, in fact in Europe there are Partridge Isabel Brahmas. For those who know what that is, . . . I bet you're drooling at the thought. big_smile

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Araucanas, Polish, Shamos, Olive Eggers, and a handful of Finn Sheep, Wensleydale Sheep, Gotland Sheep, Kinder Goats, a Yak, and various rare breed Turkeys, Ducks, and Pigs.

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post #8 of 16

Can be seen here:

http://www.thepoultrygarden.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=12486

Unfortunately they only come in bantam sad  I'd fill my garden with them if the came in LF!

Breeds for 2011 (awaiting eggs): Cream Legbar; Salmon Faverolles (LF); Black and Gold Brahma (LF); Wyandottes: Buff laced and blue laced (LF); silver laced, buff laced and blue laced (bantam); French Marans: Silver Black, Silver Blue, White, Wheaten (LF) Black Cochin (LF); Sabelpoot: silver millefleur
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Breeds for 2011 (awaiting eggs): Cream Legbar; Salmon Faverolles (LF); Black and Gold Brahma (LF); Wyandottes: Buff laced and blue laced (LF); silver laced, buff laced and blue laced (bantam); French Marans: Silver Black, Silver Blue, White, Wheaten (LF) Black Cochin (LF); Sabelpoot: silver millefleur
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post #9 of 16

OMG!ep
If that color came in LF I would definitely have a huge flock of them!
I adore the Brahmas and can't hold on to them here. I just order hatchery and run them in the free range flock because of all the other projects I have going on but would make room for of those beauties in a breeding pen!fl

This is the first year I am getting dark Brahmas. Never liked them before but now I find them very pretty. I think it is just the Brahmas I love so much!love

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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.


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post #10 of 16
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Originally Posted by Casey76 

Can be seen here:

http://www.thepoultrygarden.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=12486

Unfortunately they only come in bantam sad  I'd fill my garden with them if the came in LF!


Wrong. smile

They come in LF too and are on BYC -

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=383078&p=1

Araucanas, Polish, Shamos, Olive Eggers, and a handful of Finn Sheep, Wensleydale Sheep, Gotland Sheep, Kinder Goats, a Yak, and various rare breed Turkeys, Ducks, and Pigs.

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Araucanas, Polish, Shamos, Olive Eggers, and a handful of Finn Sheep, Wensleydale Sheep, Gotland Sheep, Kinder Goats, a Yak, and various rare breed Turkeys, Ducks, and Pigs.

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