American game bantam?????

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  2. Gray Farms

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    need a broadside pic
     
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  5. Gray Farms

    Gray Farms Chillin' With My Peeps

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    She is a Silver Duckwing Old English Game Bantam. An American game would have slate legs.
     
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    Thank you, she was the only "odd ball" amongst some other bantam pullets.
     
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    Black Breasted Red American Game Bantam on Kelso hens.
     
  10. LarryTX

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    Normally, the American Game Bantams are more like the larger game chickens with longer legs, and as someone previous stated they have slate or blue legs. The American Game Bantams are harder feathered and have more tail than the Old English Game Bantams. They also have stronger wing and leg contraction than the Old English. Many of the Old English are built somewhat like the Seabrights.
     
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