OEGB I have no idea what their colors are. Do you? *cute pics*

Riocotesei

Songster
11 Years
Aug 15, 2008
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Well it's late, and silly of me to post so late at night, but oh well.

I bought these kids as day olds in February so they are now 5 months old and all feathered out. I absolutely love them! They are soo sweet and docile.
I know there are tons of different color variations for OEGB, and I've honestly tried to look for pictures and search to figure out their colors, but I've had no such luck. Can anyone help me?
Sorry some of my pics are bad I had to hurry because the battery was going out.

First is my Rooster Giovanni, such a gentlemen.



Then theres this one we call little eagle



Then there's spice who I think is a OEGB



a unnamed pullet



Pearly



blue pullet with white/cream chest... she looks so serious, she's the sweetest one.



another unnamed pullet....she didn't want to pose.



I also have 2 others that are younger...maybe 3-4 months old (I don't remember) I think their color is crele?

Little Rooster



and another... it may be a rooster but i'm pretending to not notice





Any help would be fantastic
thanks!
 
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DTchickens

Crowing
11 Years
Mar 23, 2008
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Blue red,

Silver campine, "Note, IS still a old english.. This is just a color that was created with crossing campines by Ideal hatchery.. Along with the golden color, and the silver laced/golden laced PLUS i believe buff, By crossing sebrights on them"

Quail,

Crele,

Pearl,

Looks like a blue quail but can't really tell at that angle.

ginger.

And the last two cockerels are creles
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Riocotesei

Songster
11 Years
Aug 15, 2008
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Oooh so I have 3 crele? Awesome I love that coloring!
On the silver campine, is it a color ideal made? Or is it a color that is recognized?
I can get another picture of that blue female. I knew when I put it on here I should have a side shot.
Thank you so much! It's been driving me nuts no kowing their colors.

Thanks for reminding me I have 2 cockerels




ETA: side view of that blue pullet

 
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DTchickens

Crowing
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Mar 23, 2008
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Quote:The silver campine color is one ideal made, It's not recognized as of yet, but im sure in a couple years someone will probably be trying to get them there.


ETA: Yup, she is a blue quail.
 
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Riocotesei

Songster
11 Years
Aug 15, 2008
936
2
141
N.Texas
Awesome!
Thanks for the help and info on the campine. Whats another color to the list? Lol.
Love the breed, love the colors
 

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