Good work! Well it's not just "buff".Found this website with this picture:
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Good detective work! Feathersite is calling this variety 'yellow white mottled' Sablepoot bantam. They have a photo, too.What blows my mind is that an instructor would feature a breed/color so uncommon. A setup for failure.
In the UK they are called booted bantams as well, but the colour I think is called buff white millefleur and is in our standards.
It very well could be aIt is like a assignment and there are like 30 breeds in here. It is a recognized breed and verify. It lays white eggs, cold hardy, can be in confinement or free range, they are easy handled. And great egg layers. Looks like it has a straight comb and red earlobes. It’s back is kinda long kinda short. So no sebrights, Japanese, or serama. This is really driving me insane!