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easter babies what breed

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by ameraucanacrazy, Apr 4, 2009.

  1. ameraucanacrazy

    ameraucanacrazy Songster

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    i bought these from my local tractor supplys what type r these
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    [​IMG]this one has a beard and feathered legs
     
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  2. The chicks with the stripes and "mascara" are Black Breasted Red Old English Game Bantams.
    Oh, and they look to be 3 hens. If the stripe down the head is well defined, its a hen, if its fuzzy, its a rooster. That is what I have been told by several oegb breeders.
     
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  3. ameraucanacrazy

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    the feathers that r on the oegb is not black the r a mix of tan and white but the one peckign him/herself is not the same color as the other oegbs
     
  4. Do they look like this?

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  5. ameraucanacrazy

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    yes
     
  6. yup, you've got some bbred oegb's there.

    #2 might be a cochin.
     
  7. ameraucanacrazy

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    the one that is cleaning him self is like a calico baby oegb he/she is a different color teh 2nd pic it also has a beard
     
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  8. TriciaHowe

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    The last one looks like a d'uccle. Either a mille fleur or porcelain - hard to tell from the pic.
     
  9. LadyShred

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    I agree with the #2 being a d'uccle . . . but I'm not sure if it's mille fleur (there's not enough stripe and speckle on the wing feathers). He doesn't have the signature "stance" to be a cochin. Too much leg lol
     

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