Belgian D Uccle Mille Fleur

  1. Kung Foo Chicken

    Belgian D Uccle
    Mille Fleur Created by Kung Foo Chicken
    Breed Information, Comments, and Experience with breed:

    In my limited experience with them they go broody easily and hatch chicks but, do not take kindly to actually rearing them. When laying I expect around 2-3 per week. They are indeed very quiet sounding much like small chattering.

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    Description / Information

    Male​

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    Males and Females​

    Male​

    7​
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    Males and Females​

    Male​

    190​
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    Female​

    190​
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    Female​

    365​
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    The more brown hen is the mother to all the chicks. Photo isn't great and their leg feathers were broken when I purchased them. All three are gone from predators but, I have one hen's children above.​

    Male​

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    Charlie, very friendly but, does not like cats. Protects his little flock of chicks.​

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  1. Vallee
    Anyone have a recommendation where I can get a Belgian D'Uccle starter trio or hatching eggs ? Thanks
  2. Mother Bird
    I've since learned the correct way...
    D'Uccle - dew clay
    Mille Fluer- mill fler (fluer rhymes with her)
  3. Vallee
    Yes, please! Will someone who shows or is knowledgeable about this breed PLEASE type out the phonetic pronunciation of d'Uccle and Mille! My daughter would like to start a flock of her own and we would sure like to be sure we can at least pronounce their name correctly! ;)
  4. lillydaisy
    I have two a Rooster and a hen:)
  5. Mother Bird
    How is this pronounced ... D'uccle Mille Fluer...phonetically
  6. backroomtreasures
    They are so pretty! Maybe next spring!
  7. Black Copper King
    I just recently have gained a pair of young ones of this breed and am looking forward to learning more about these. Mine are very young, not yet ready to lay.

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