What am I ... Yellow with light markings on head and back

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by SweetMissDaisy, Mar 19, 2009.

  1. SweetMissDaisy

    SweetMissDaisy Songster

    Picked up a few "assorted reds" which I think are Production Reds, and a few "assorted bantams" at TS this evening ... they needed to be brought home and loved. *right* [​IMG]

    Think I have two of the bantams identified, but I'm not sure about this one... suggestions?

    If you want to see the others I brought home, you can here on my blog:
  2. abluechipstock

    abluechipstock Songster

    Jan 13, 2009
    fort ashby, wv
    need some side views, murray mcmurray has pics of their bantam chicks on there site, see what you think, i say old english game just for fun [​IMG]
  3. KellyHM

    KellyHM Crowing

    Sep 10, 2008
    Lakeland, FL
    Very cute babies!! Unfortunately your Frizzle/Silkie chick didn't inherit the Frizzle gene, but you need the smooth-feathered ones to breed Frizzles to anyways!
  4. SweetMissDaisy

    SweetMissDaisy Songster

    Kelly, I think you're right about the Frizzle/Silkie.... I was HOPING. And, I think it's a roo. Ugh. They're cute, but holay molay just how many roo's do I need?! [​IMG]

    I'll go get a side shot of the yellow babe...
  5. SweetMissDaisy

    SweetMissDaisy Songster

    I've looked on McMurray, Ideal, and Privett ... not seeing anything that really matches for a clean legged bantam.

    More pics:



  6. SweetMissDaisy

    SweetMissDaisy Songster

    If anyone's curious, I think I've determined that it's a Black Tail Buff Dutch Bantam. Say that five times fast. [​IMG]

    Last edited: Mar 20, 2009
  7. Decaffeinated Mommy

    Decaffeinated Mommy In the Brooder

    Mar 19, 2009
    Erath Co.
    Hey Miss Daisy, I looked at your blog and saw that you have a little black one that seems to be lighter on it's underside. I THINK mine looks just like it.(since all I saw mainly was fuzz butt, lol) Can you view this post and let me know? So far no one has had a clue as to what it could be

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