Hey again guys -- Recently there was a discussion about brabanters and their standard. I'd like to expand on that a bit. Here's the pics I took on Friday of my brabanters. Can somebody who knows the breed critique them for me? All are roughly 4-6 months old, but I don't know their exact ages. They were sold as cream brabanters. I think at least one of them is too dark. There's a possibility she might be crossed with gold, since the breeder also had gold and I'm not confident that she had them well separated. Also, you'll see that there is very poor spangling on the back of the roo, but I don't know if that's a roo thing or a poor breeding thing. Any input would be welcomed. Also -- has anybody noticed their brabanters being sensitive to heat? Mine are always the first birds to start gaping/panting when the temperature rises during the day. Look here for the pics: http://www.doberinfo.com/chickenpics/Brabanters/brabanters--08-29-08.html Click on any pic to see a larger version of that pic. Thanks again for any input!