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17 Bantams, what breed and gender? Let's Play!

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Grillmaster33, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. Grillmaster33

    Grillmaster33 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I recently started a very colorful flock of birds. I know the breeds of most (Thanks partially to the help of some of the BYC posters), but I'd like to give you all an update, and maybe you can help me figure out my flock. Thanks.

    #1 This, so I believe is a Spangled OEG. He crows. ROO!
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    #2 Is a Barred Rock Bantam Pullet. Correct?
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    #3 I am still uncertain to the breed, but MAYBE a Black Japanese? Black OEG? Hen?
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    #4 Mille Fleur D'Uccle. Pullet maybe?
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    #5 White D'Uccle. Pullet maybe?
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    #6 ROO! He crows. OEG I've been told, but I have no idea what type...? His name is Tyree!
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    #7 I received this bitty for free. Can't beat it. I was told he/she was a Dutch Rooster, but I'm not certain...
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    #8 Phoenix Pullet. Name is Dari.
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    #9 Phoenix Cockerel. Name is Grill.
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    annnnnd now to the second batch...

    #10 I'm positive this is a Golden Sebright. I'm not certain of gender. This batch is a younger batch so it may be hard to distinguish. But, what about #11 and # 12? Golden Sebrights as well?
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    #11 The pattern is MUCH different but their dispositions are the same. Also, has a single comb.
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    #12 I thought this was a Black Rosecomb, but there is some gold showing on the feathers.
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    #13 Silver Sebright with a single comb.
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    #14 NO CLUE. But is the tiniest of the bunch. Has a really long tail compared to the rest of the chicks in this batch.
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    #15 My other Chipmunk. No idea of gender or breed.
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    #16 Yellowish tint. Cochin maybe? No muffs.
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    #17 My SUMATRA! I love this chick. I had another, but it died. The only chicken I've had to just...die. [​IMG]
    But this is ONE sweet chick!
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    Thanks for your help. If you made it to through ALL of those photos and descriptions then you deserve this treat:
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    Carson and Grill
     
    Last edited: Jun 16, 2011
  2. ScaredOfShadows

    ScaredOfShadows Chillin' With My Peeps

    #1 I agree - spangled OEGB
    #2 Barred Rock bantam - and yes I say Girl
    #3 no idea
    #4 right - Mille fleur D'uccle Pullet
    #5 your right on the White D'uccle ...not sure on gender but if comb is like the MF its a girl
    #6 BBR Black Breasted Red OEGB
    #7 no real idea - but I'd say a dutch or dutch cross
    #8 #9 Those are BBR colored (black breasted reds)


    your younger batch no idea on genders but you got the seabrights right.

    #16 is a booted bantam (which is really just a d'uccle without the beard/muff) looks either white or Porcelain
     
  3. De

    De Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I agree on others ones...

    #8 and #9 maybe Dutch
    #14 old english game black breasted red to young to say pullet or cockerel
    #15 old english game black breasted red
     
  4. Grillmaster33

    Grillmaster33 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Dang... you guys are good thanks.
    Keep 'em coming!
     
  5. chickschool

    chickschool Chillin' With My Peeps

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    OMG, nobody has a comment for the cutest picture ever! The pic with the dog is precious! As for the breeds/gender...I would tend to agree with the other comments.
     
  6. Grillmaster33

    Grillmaster33 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Carson is the dog. Grill is the roo.
     

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