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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by ThiefPouter06, Mar 16, 2012.
Whats is the differance between Brown red and BBR?
Black breasted red is close to the wild type chicken color~~(~~~partridge).The roos are black~green, red, orange and females have a brownish pattern to body and a salmon breast. Brown red is black and orange. Or is it supposed to be brown. The males and females have similar color in the body but the males have more orange. Well I have a picture of some brown reds.
Nice birds. So then my mutt roo is brown red then?
Yeah your boy has the Brown/red color pattern
If you'll look at his wing triangle area (secondary flight feathers when folded up) you'll see his are black on a BBR(gold duck-wing or some call red duck-wing) the triangle will be red in this area. The brown/red is Birchen pattern(EB) the BBR is Gold-wing/wild-type pattern (e+). On the females the Brown reds are dark brown/black body plumage with gold leakage in the hackles (neck)area.
The BBR female is a brownish/gray with stipling(litlle speckles of smuttiness) in the body plumage, salmon breasted and has gold/black striped hackles.
Nice. I believe that means that he father cannot be a black jersey giant lol.
He is a very pretty bird. I have a few picts of some bbred hens. BRB with the picts.
Jersey Giant? not I just took some quick pictures of my bbreds and I am beginning to think your roo looks a lot like mine. It will be about one half hour for me to resize and post these pictures. The BBred roo has a black breast and the brown red has a pattern on his chest. Youll see. I wish it didnt take so long to resize. Well anyway BBack sometime today. These come from quality sources so they should have the proper colring
Brown red bantam modern game roo, then bbred oeg bant roo then bbred hen. I have one more of the oegbbred in the house it shows the color better. That one really looks like yours..This is the color of the hen. I had to lighten the picture to show her colors. Next post I will show the bbredoeg bantam roo. I had to take it inside so the true colors would show up.
Brown red has crow wing patterning, and is birchen based; black breasted red (BBR) is duck wing patterned, and wild-type based. Wild type is usually not called partridge in the US; here that is typically reserved for Asiatic partidge based birds.
Now I get it catdaddyfro and Sonoran Silkies. So does my oeg bantam roo have a duckwing pattern then? And my modern game have a crow wing pattern? I must say he does not like the washing machine so he is frowning. poor guy
I doubt that bird is part Jersey Giant but a Black bird crossed with a Partridge/BB Red will produce Brown Red offspring.