Help me identify this feather footed bantam

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Freeloading slacker, May 21, 2019.

  1. Freeloading slacker

    Freeloading slacker In the Brooder

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    I am unsure what breed of chicken it is, he/she is a bantam has fuzzy feet and is about a week old. 20190521_144841.jpg 20190521_144751.jpg 20190521_144851.jpg 20190521_144907.jpg
     
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  2. crazy4ChickensNducks

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    Mille Fleur d’uccle
     
  3. Pekin747

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    Idk what breed but if I had to guess some sort of bramha
    But it's a lovely looking thing u should ask the breeder what breed it could be
     
  4. crazy4ChickensNducks

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    The comb is single, for a Brahma it would be double, it could be low quality though
     
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  6. Freeloading slacker

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    She/he is probably low quality because they were bought from a local feed store.
     
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  7. tn_artist

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    This was one of my Millie Fleur d'Uccles. They all looked the same. IDK about Brahma or Cochin though. All my Cochins were silver laced and locked black and yellow as chicks. No blue ones
     

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  8. Freeloading slacker

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    That chick looks exactly like the other chick we got!We got 2 Bantam chicks and 3 standard ones,we thought it was a bantam buff Brahma but I guess we were wrong.
     
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  9. bantamsrmyfav

    bantamsrmyfav Free Ranging

    D’Uccle, if it gets spots Mille Fleur, if not buff Colombian.

    D’Uccles usually have slate legs and Brahma have yellow. Otherwise it can be hard to tell the difference in the chicks except d’Uccle have single combs and Brahma have pea combs. With hatchery stock leg colour varies.
     
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  10. Oh I'm getting some of these little guys in about two weeks!
     
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