Got these bantams today.....What are they please.

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by funonahonda, Jul 5, 2008.

  1. funonahonda

    funonahonda Songster

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    We got these four bantams today at the auction, Could someone maybe tell us what they are and maybe how old they are? We know they are one rooster and three hens, and one hen layed a egg while at the auction but don't know which one.
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  2. coffeelady3

    coffeelady3 Froths Milk for Hard Cash

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    Where are the pics?
     
  3. greenthumb89

    greenthumb89 Songster

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    the rooster and the first hen look like OEGB to me could be wrong but thats what i think
     
  4. gamebirdsonly

    gamebirdsonly Crowing

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    The first 2 are old english
     
  5. ticks

    ticks Pheasant Obsessed

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    3 OEGB's and possibly a White Leghorn bantam
     
  6. FarmGirl01

    FarmGirl01 Songster

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    I agree with the others. OEGB for sure. I really like the buff- laced colored one (For lack of a proper name.) Not sure what you call that.
     
  7. funonahonda

    funonahonda Songster

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    Ya, now that you people said they look like OEGB, I looked in a catalog I have they do look like those. Thanks
     

  8. king2

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    yep definately oegb, the color looks like blue wheaton, just a guess though
     
  9. flyingmonkeypoop

    flyingmonkeypoop Crowing

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    The roo and one of the hens are blue breasted red, the other hens are a black breasted red and a red pyle. You can see a little red in the breast, white earlobes are common in OEGB. The male would probably get DQ'ed at a show because of the white in the tail.
     

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