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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by jb2miller, Jan 5, 2014.
[/IMG]. What kind of Mille fleur d'uccle's are these ? they are a pair..
. Rooster approx,1 1/2 years.
duccles are bantams, other than that I'm not sure by what you mean "what kind of mille fleur duccle are these"
The d'uccle is the breed of bantam and "Millie fleur" is one of the colors that the d'uccle come in.
new to this. Do you know if variety is a factor in 4-H qualifying .here is my other rooster.
this one has more black color blacker beak and gray colored feet where the other pair have light feet and beaks .
You had a thread yesterday, where i tried to explain much of this, so I don't understand why you started another with a very similar if not the same question. Only certain varieties can be shown and have the chance to get champion, those would be allthe accepted varities. The unaccepted varieties can only win up to Best of breed. But when you show in 4-h, they don't really have those rankings. (best of breed). Each one does it differently. They pretty much let you show whatever you want (if you want to an open show quite a bit would be different). But you also can't just get a bunch of mixed colored birds, call them whatever, and show them as an unaccpepted color either. If you would go to the thread I gave you yesterday, they could help you understand whatever you are trying to figure out. Multiple people on that thread show their d'uccles.
Thank you.. Didn't 't realize started new thread. New to this but I. Think I understand now..mine are booted bantams and hers are Mille fleur , that's all. I wanted to figure out. Different varieties /colors
Who are you referring to as her? All the chickens posted on this page are d'uccles. D'uccle are a type of booted bantam. Mille Fleur is not a breed it is a variety (color).
Her is a person that owned the pair of Mille fleur 's that I swapped with my two males booted bantams.. The color thing is complicated unless you are a breeder, and know who and what variety the parents are. She and her kids are in 4-H so I didn't 't want to mess up her breed of Mille fleur 's..