Any clue what eggs these are?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by ClemsonAg, Feb 2, 2014.

  1. ClemsonAg

    ClemsonAg Out Of The Brooder

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    These eggs came from a pin that had silver duckling bantam, Mille Fleur bantam, and white cochin's. Have no clue which ones laid these eggs. Anyone know?[​IMG]
    This is the second one. [​IMG]
     
  2. ClemsonAg

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    I cannot type on my phone. Silver duckwing**
     
  3. CCCCCCCCHICKENS

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    When you say silver duckwing bantam I assume you mean an OEGB. My OEGBs lay cream colored eggs. OEGBs can lay from cream tinted to light beige. D'uccles white. So it reall could be either or. I would do the food color vent test on those two.
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    The second one looks just like my cochins eggs.They are suppose to lay light beige
     
  4. ClemsonAg

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    Thanks for your answer. A lady was kind enough to send these eggs with my mom so I could incubate them. I know those listed breeds were in there, and you're probably right about the OEGB. I don't know much about bantam chickens. Here is what was in the pen. [​IMG]
    And these guys[​IMG]
     
  5. ClemsonAg

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    I'm pretty excited about getting these eggs in the incubator. The birds look pretty cool!
     
  6. CCCCCCCCHICKENS

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    both are cochins, not sure what you would call the first ones coloration, but the second looks like a mille fluer.
     
  7. ClemsonAg

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    Sweet!
     
  8. ClemsonAg

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    That's the one they called the silver duckwing bantam.
     

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