Lovely chickens!Tango (Millefleur)
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Oreo (supposed to be Black mottled but she has a hint of orangey brown colour)
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Both Oreo and Tango
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Spice (Red Brown)
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Thats all of my Belgians! But! I do have some other chickens! Really quickly:
Honey (Buff columbian wyandotte bantam)
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Nugget (Blue laced Barnevelder)
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Coco (Silver Laced Wyandotte)
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Pebbles (Silkie mix)
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Which of your D´Uccles do you exhibit? And varieties.Thanks so much! And yes, I do exhibit!
So far I have exhibited Oreo and Tango. And so far, the judge was really impressed with Oreo's colouring, so she has done the best so far.Which of your D´Uccles do you exhibit? And varieties.
Australia has many more D´Uccle varieties than we have in the USA. I know a breeder near me who has many imported Australian varieties. That is how I have Silver Mille Fleur crosses.
What is the best one of your D´Uccles has done in a show?
So far I have exhibited Oreo and Tango. And so far, the judge was really impressed with Oreo's colouring, so she has done the best so far.
I remember asking the judge exactly what she was. He had a very precise answer...one colour I have never seen before. I think it had the word 'forest' in it. Strange. We do have many colours in Australia. Saw some lovely Silver Quail D'Anvers once on facebook. So many beauties! I am starting a breeding business for Belgian bantams in two years!Oreo looks like one of my D´Uccles who has no mottle in her. She has Silver Mille Fleur, Mille Fleur, and Porcelain.