Banties--brahma?

Mrs. Mucket

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9 Years
May 3, 2010
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Are these two bantyroos light brahmas? I thought I brought home cochins but... what do you experienced folks say? They are about 10 weeks old. One is mostly hidden behind a Leghorn, but the two roos are very similar--almost twins but not quite.




Thank you
 

ranchhand

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Hard to tell, can you get better pictures? Brahmas and Cochins both have feathered legs. And I am not a pro at breeds, I'm learning too!
 

chick4chicks

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Apr 6, 2008
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Are their legs feathered, hard to tell, both cochins and brahmas have feathered legs. Good luck. My banty Light Brahmas look just like LF only smaller but they are a yr. old.
 

akcountrygrrl

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Apr 3, 2010
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I don't see any birds in that pic that resemble Brahmas. Brahmas, Booted Bantams, D'Uccles, Sultans, Cochins, Langshans, and Silkies are all featherlegged (there may be others that I'm forgetting). Brahmas have pea combs whereas Cochins have single combs.
 

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