That breed is this?! (For agriculture class)

Quaicken108

Crowing
Oct 27, 2019
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Found this website with this picture:
https://www.canr.msu.edu/uploads/234/69325/Chicken_Breed_Chart_to_Help_Choose_Your_Chicken.pdf
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JedJackson

Crossing the Road
Jul 6, 2016
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NW Washington state
What blows my mind is that an instructor would feature a breed/color so uncommon. A setup for failure. 😕
Good detective work! Feathersite is calling this variety 'yellow white mottled' Sablepoot bantam. They have a photo, too.

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In America we call these booted bantams, not sablepoots. This variety is not accepted by the Standard of Perfection.
 

SpotTheCat

Songster
Jan 19, 2021
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UK
Good detective work! Feathersite is calling this variety 'yellow white mottled' Sablepoot bantam. They have a photo, too.

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In America we call these booted bantams, not sablepoots. This variety is not accepted by the Standard of Perfection.
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.
 

Ceciliasflock

Songster
Nov 19, 2020
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Des Moines, Iowa
It 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!
It very well could be a
Amber White??
 

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