What are these guys?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Matilda and Ruckus, Mar 21, 2018.

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  1. Matilda and Ruckus

    Matilda and Ruckus In the Brooder

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    Just wondering if anyone can tell me if these are a certain breed? I know they are bantams but I am kind of new to them. Thanks!
     

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  2. Chicken-lovebirdchihuahua

    Chicken-lovebirdchihuahua Crowing

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    They might be although they have more white then they usually have less white then that
     
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  3. Chicken-lovebirdchihuahua

    Chicken-lovebirdchihuahua Crowing

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    Sorry that was confusing spangleds usually have more white than that one does
     
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  4. sylviethecochin

    sylviethecochin Free Ranging

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    Oegbs do not have yellow legs.

    That's probably not a breed. I have some spangly brown/black chickens of that color--they're the offspring of a silver duckwing rooster and a red hen.
     
  5. Matilda and Ruckus

    Matilda and Ruckus In the Brooder

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    Ah. Ok, thanks!
     
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  7. Farmer Connie

    Farmer Connie All My Friends Have Hoofs

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  8. sylviethecochin

    sylviethecochin Free Ranging

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    Where did you get those? As I said before, the young cockerel can't be pure OEGB, but the older two roosters look very different than he does--perhaps they are OEGB, though I believe that a back that long is a breed fault. (I don't show, mind you.)
    Those colours appear to be millefleur.

    EDT: Sorry--Millefluer's too red for them. They probably are spangled.

    I still don't think that they're pure Oegb though.
     
  9. Matilda and Ruckus

    Matilda and Ruckus In the Brooder

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  10. Matilda and Ruckus

    Matilda and Ruckus In the Brooder

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    I bought four at a sale.When I first started into chickens. These were the result after two of the hens disappeared lol! Sorry. I didnt mean to post that many pictures. Just new to the site
     
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