What are these guys?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by cozwurth, Aug 19, 2011.

  1. cozwurth

    cozwurth Out Of The Brooder

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    I have looked around at several of the hatchery web sites to try to figure out what these guys are. So far I've only been able to identify the bantam as a Mille Fleur d'Uccle. Can anyone help me ID my birds?

    This big guy is my standard size roo.

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    My bantam roo. Mille Fleur d'Uccle?

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    My black & white hen. Her legs & feet are yellow, if that makes a difference.

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    And my Black & Brown hen.

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    She seems to have been injured at some point in her past. She holds her right wing lower than her left, but it did not keep her from flying over the 6 foot fence of their kennel. Her feathers seem to be coming back in pretty good now, too. Not sure what caused her to lose them. The big roo shows the other hen most of the attention.[​IMG]
     
  2. ramirezframing

    ramirezframing Overrun With Chickens

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    ee roo
    sliver laced wayttone (sp)
    and looks like an ee hen
     
  3. juliechick

    juliechick Transplanted Hillbilly

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    Quote:You're right, but it's Silver Laced Wyandotte. [​IMG]
     
  4. JPHorvath

    JPHorvath Chillin' With My Peeps

    Quote:The hen in the bottom image the feather loses is due to a Rooster Riding her. I would say there is at least one rooster interested in her if not more. That is exactly what happens to a hen that has been mounted too frequently.
     
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  5. Alicia G

    Alicia G Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Looks like
    1. Standard Fevorelle
    2.Mille fluer
    3.Silver laced Wyndotte
    4. Im guessing an Easter egger or Amerucna
     
  6. 10 point

    10 point country boy

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  7. juliechick

    juliechick Transplanted Hillbilly

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    Quote:Sorry, number 1 is not a Faverolles. They have 5 toes and feathers on their legs.
     
  8. cozwurth

    cozwurth Out Of The Brooder

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    Wow... thanks for the quick replies.
    I'm still working on getting them used to me. They'll come around close, but the Wyandotte is still very skittish. When I toss out scratch she flaps and runs away, then comes right back to eat. The bantam is still a little spooky, too. The two EE's are very calm, and the roo will come right up to me, but I have not tried to touch him. I've had to catch the hen a couple of times to get a better look at her back and feet, so she's still a little spooky if she thinks I'm reaching for her. We've only had them for two weeks, so I guess they'll settle in soon enough.

    Thanks again for the quick replies.
     
  9. manybirds

    manybirds Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:ameracauna, bearded d'uccle, SL wyandotte, ameracauna
     
  10. Alicia G

    Alicia G Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:Sorry, number 1 is not a Faverolles. They have 5 toes and feathers on their legs.

    Well perhaps a cross? That rooster says favorelle, or at least part, because of the pattern and beard.
     

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