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Bantams Identification - what do I have? **Updated**

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by GoluskaFarm, Apr 17, 2017.

  1. GoluskaFarm

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  2. HeavensHens88

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    1. Looks like a single-combed Sebright. :confused: Definitely a cockerel.
    2. Undoubtedly a Sebright pullet.
    3. Silver Duckwing variety. American Game, perhaps.
    4. Another Sebright pullet.
    5. Can you post pictures of its legs?
    6. Looks to be another Silver Duckwing American Game.
    ~Sarah
     
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  3. GoluskaFarm

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    Yes! I will get on that, but her legs have no feathers. The ones you think are silver ducking... Do you think male? One of them is our cuddle muffin, comes up and loves to be held.
     
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  5. HeavensHens88

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    Both Silver Duckwings look to be cockerels. ;)
    #5 Looks to be another American Game pullet. Since OEGBs and American Game are so closely genetically interwoven, it could technically be an Old English Game as well. ;)
     
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