Mille Fleur Cochin bantams...

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by arkanseriously, Jun 1, 2018.

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  1. arkanseriously

    arkanseriously In the Brooder

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    I bought a trio. 1 too, 2 hens. They came with 6 chicks. The chicks are now grown and I just figured out that it takes a buff Colombian and a mottled bird to accomplish the bred? HELP! Thor offspring are beautiful birds but coloring is all over the place. I just need some direction on getting the breed down to a science LOL
     
  2. The Moonshiner

    The Moonshiner Professional Chicken Tender

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    Have any pics?
    It would help to see what's going on with them all to get an idea of which way you may want to go.
     
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    arkanseriously In the Brooder

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    I just went out to take some!
    The first pic is my hen and roo, the other hen looks identical to this hen.
    Second pic is their child. Third is the rest of the misfits. Ignore my Ameracauna, she’s a photo hog LOL
     

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  4. LilJoe

    LilJoe Crowing

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    Only the pic of the parents showed
     
  5. arkanseriously

    arkanseriously In the Brooder

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    Well poo. Let’s do this again. The two by the ameracauna are their offspring
     

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  6. Seaecho

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    The parent birds' colors are so pretty! And you do have interesting colors in the offspring too! Just wanted to tell you that. Now I'll leave things to the experts.
     
  7. cynthia Burbine

    cynthia Burbine Songster

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    Did you ever get any information on the Millies?
     

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