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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by villalos7, Nov 2, 2013.
i have a few of these type of birds
here is another one of my little guys. As you can see they have very short legs and backs
That is a crele Old English game bantam.
Thats what i was thinking they are very small though. Most all the other oegb i see is alot bigger. Maybe just a gene thing?
It's possible. I had an oegb/serama cross that I hatched, but sadly she got taken by a predator, so I can't exactly help much. The top bird does seem to have quite a sloping back, like a Serama. But about size, my oegb's are quite small, since they are bantams.
OEGBs are single combed. I'm not sure what to call the combs on those birds. I suspect they're Old English crossed with something else. Try to lrarn to look at the whole bird.
To me, those combs appear to be poorly dubbed single combs.
actually there not dubed at all. Thats another thing about them, there combs arent like the oegb combs
Im pritty sure they are pea combs
here is another pic