Chick ID- feather footed bantams

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Eckielady, Mar 21, 2018.

  1. Eckielady

    Eckielady Songster

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    Any idea what these two are? The first one- we have three like this are they definitely seem more aggressive (one is a total butthole). The second one reminds me of my gold laced Cochin when she was little. Any help?

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  2. Cyprus

    Cyprus Master of the 'never give up' attitude

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    It looks like the first two chicks are golden laced Cochins.
    The last two look like Mille Fleur D'Uccles.
     
  3. Eckielady

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    First two pics are the same chick and so are the last two.

    Are d'uccles more aggressive as chicks?
     
  4. Cyprus

    Cyprus Master of the 'never give up' attitude

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    No! I have two right now and they are absolute angels!
    The breed is know for their friendliness. They are fantastic birds :)
     
  5. Cyprus

    Cyprus Master of the 'never give up' attitude

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    Even the cockerels are gentle.
     
  6. bantamsrmyfav

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    What type of comb does the top one have? Any spikes or just flat?
     
  7. Eckielady

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    I can look as soon as one pops out. They're all huddled up sleeping.
     
  8. Eckielady

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    Definitely spiked. Doesn't look like a rose comb.
     
  9. TattooedChicks

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    Those look huge for bantams, or maybe my chicks are just extra small. I can hold a dozen day old Japs in two hands. :lol: But I’m also going to say a cochin and and D’Uccle, very cute.
     
  10. Eckielady

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    Ha, they don't look huge in person although I will say I think the bantam Cochins and such are a little bigger as chicks than the Japanese bantams and such. Not sure I guess.
     
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