Sebright or Millefluer?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by CaradineCousins, Jan 18, 2019.

  1. CaradineCousins

    CaradineCousins Chirping

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    CB7F7072-3332-48D0-8DFB-99360D960BCB.jpeg 39151379-AAAA-46B2-BDFF-D88FEC809584.jpeg My brother n law brought us 3 beautiful bantams for our 20th wedding anniversary, he was told they were a year old, rooster and two hens (I call them sister wives)

    When I did my research they resembled Millefluer but without boots. I’m trying to figure out what they are for certain. We love them so much they are all so sweet

    In the pictures the single one we thought was a golden laced Wyandotte but now I am subspecting she’s a Sebright

    He has given us a total of 7 birds most of which he has no idea what they are including a pair of Phoenixes that I adore and cannot wait to start hatching out
     
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  2. Maybe some sort of OEGB or Millie fleur Dutch project.
     
  3. Cyprus

    Cyprus Master of the 'never give up' attitude

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    Top one is a gold laced Sebright
    Bottom three are old english game bantams
     
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  4. Brahmachicken240

    Brahmachicken240 Free Ranging

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    They look like Millie fluer Antwerp Belgian bantams
     
  5. CaradineCousins

    CaradineCousins Chirping

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    What is OEGB
     
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  6. sourland

    sourland Broody Magician

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    Sebright pullet and perhaps crossbred OE game birds with spangled or Mille Fleur DNA.
     
  7. Alexandra33

    Alexandra33 Chook Snuggler

    #1 is a Golden Sebright. The rest look to be Mille Fleur Old English Game bantams. :love

    ~Alex
     
  8. Alexandra33

    Alexandra33 Chook Snuggler

    It stands for "Old English Game Bantam." :)

    ~Alex
     
  9. CaradineCousins

    CaradineCousins Chirping

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    Thank you all so much
     
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  10. Crazy for Chickens!

    Crazy for Chickens! And Nuts For Horses!

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    The first hen is a Golden Sebright.

    The 2 spooted hens are Mille Fleur Dutch Bantams. (White earlobes)

    The rooster is a Mille Fleur OEGB
     

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