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This is Little Bit, I got her from the mixed bantam bin at TSC last Feb so she's almost a year old. Her sister went broody this week and she tried to follow suit! I've not been able to figure out what breed she is and wondered if anyone knows. IMG_20180802_162625.jpg IMG_20180802_162641.jpg IMG_20180802_162625.jpg
 

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I think #1 is a brown/red Old English game bantam. They generally lay tinted eggs, though, not brown.

Now, the second batch of pictures confuses me, because the first picture shows an adult female and the second and third picture shows what looks to be a cockerel. So I am only going by the first picture. What color are her legs and does she have white earlobes? She could be a black breasted red Phoenix, a black breasted red Old English game bantam, a light brown Dutch bantam, or an American gamefowl if she was not purchased from a hatchery or feed store. So leg color makes a big difference with all of those possibilities. If her legs are white or pinkish white, she's an OEGB. If her legs are slate blue and she has white earlobes, then either Phoenix or Dutch bantam.
 

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I think #1 is a brown/red Old English game bantam. They generally lay tinted eggs, though, not brown.

Now, the second batch of pictures confuses me, because the first picture shows an adult female and the second and third picture shows what looks to be a cockerel. So I am only going by the first picture. What color are her legs and does she have white earlobes? She could be a black breasted red Phoenix, a black breasted red Old English game bantam, a light brown Dutch bantam, or an American gamefowl if she was not purchased from a hatchery or feed store. So leg color makes a big difference with all of those possibilities. If her legs are white or pinkish white, she's an OEGB. If her legs are slate blue and she has white earlobes, then either Phoenix or Dutch bantam.
The second batch of pictures - first pic is Pretty Girl now and the following two pics are both her when she was younger. I have recently posted pics of my two roos thou so I wonder if things got criss crossed
 

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