Need some info on Creme Blue light Browm Dutch

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by Tanichca, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. Tanichca

    Tanichca Sparkle Magnet

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    Alright. My little bro fell in love with the dutch breed. He bought a pair of blue creme light browns just before Thanksgiving. So, is there a standard for this variety? I want him to have some of the extra info that showmanship judges LOVE. Im putting together a fun facts sheet for him to study, but i need some more info. Google doesn't have too much... [​IMG]
    Thanks in advance!
    Tani
     
  2. Tanichca

    Tanichca Sparkle Magnet

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    one more thing... here is the info i have so far:
    Dutch Bantam Facts:
    The Dutch Poultry Club first standardized the Dutch bantam in 1906, and today their standard recognizes over twenty varieties of the Dutch breed. Recognized by the APA in 1992. Smallest breed recognized by the APA.
    Class: Single Comb, Clean Legged

    Size: Male: 21 oz. Female: 20 oz.

    Comb, Wattles & Earlobes: They have a small, bright red single comb with five well-defined, upright points. They have broad red wattles and medium-size, oval, pure white earlobes.

    Color: The beak is bluish horn, unless otherwise noted, and the eyes are reddish bay. The shanks and toes are slaty blue, unless otherwise noted.

    Place of Origin: Holland

    Conservation Status: N/A

    Special Qualities: A good bird that lays lots of small eggs.
     
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