Old English Game Bantams, what variety and genders?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by JustPeachy, Jun 14, 2011.

  1. JustPeachy

    JustPeachy Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jun 14, 2011
    Waynesboro, Ga
    Hello all! I am brand new to the forum, I have been reading many posts for a while but just registered. This is my second flock of birds, my first (8) was completely wiped out by a pair of hawks last year. So I just got a new set of birds this spring. I got 5 buff orpington hens and 20 OEG bantams. The Bantams are straight run and mixed varieties (hatchery choice). I have an idea about what I think some of my bantams are but just wanted some feedback from some other enthusiasts. DOB for these birds was approx 4-27-11. If you think you know the variety or gender please reply! Thanks Everyone ahead of time!

    This looks like a white cockerel to me.

    I think this is a pullet, but not sure if it is a barred or a spangled maybe?

    Looks like a pullet to me, but not sure what variety it may end up being.

    I'm guessing this is a cockerel, but again not sure what variety.

    I'm guessing this is a cockerel, but again not sure what variety.

    I think this is a cockerel and I think it is a black, but could it also be a blue?

    This one looks like a cockerel as well, but I am thinking it might be a red pyle instead of a white?

    I have lots more, but haven't been able to get any good pics today. I will post the others later...
  2. akcountrygrrl

    akcountrygrrl Chillin' With My Peeps

    Apr 3, 2010
    Nenana, AK
    I think I see a white cockerel, a barred pullet (spangled would be colored like a speckled Sussex), black breasted red or gold duckwing pullet, silver duckwing cockerel, black breasted red cockerel, black cockerel (couldn't tell if it were starting to get the faint lacing you would get on a blue but definitely not a self blue), and red pyle cockerel. Pretty little flock.

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