what breed are these bantams?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Clintgt, Mar 3, 2014.

  1. Clintgt

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  3. Clintgt

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  4. Clintgt

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  5. ramirezframing

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    You might have to wait till they are a little older.
     
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    Try again around eight weeks.
     
  7. Clintgt

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    Ok, thank y'all.
     
  8. SilkiesForEver

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    Where did you get them?

    It is a little early to tell, but TSC and feedstores often have OEGB's in their bantam bin. They might be Old English games.
     
  9. mlynch33

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    The 2nd one looks like a frizzle. That's what mine looked like when they were that age. Also count the toes. Silkies have 2 toes in the back, cochin frizzles only 1.
     
  10. Clintgt

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    notwe did get them from TSC. We have hatched silkies before. that's not what they are. They all have clean legs too. The closest we have found was blue Dutch bantams. still not exact though.
     
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