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What color is this D'uccle cutie??

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by cher67, Apr 6, 2016.

  1. cher67

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    Anybody know? She's soo fluffy!
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  2. cher67

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    I'm assuming it's a D'uccle because it's a feather footed Bantam with puffy cheeks! But maybe I'm wrong....? [​IMG]
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  3. lhendryx81

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    Looks like mine. When I first got her. I think it's a she. 3 weeks old now mille fluer
     
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  4. cher67

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    That was my guess, but I haven't had one! [​IMG]
     
  5. ladynewtochicks

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    I had one who looked just like that, she didn't make it but my guess was also Mille fluer
     
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  6. lhendryx81

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    [​IMG][​IMG]. Here is mine at 3 weeks
     
  7. cher67

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    Cute!! I love her tail! I have other 3wk old chicks and none have such a nice tail. Thanks for sharing your pic!
     
  8. ladynewtochicks

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    So cute!! I brought home another one today [​IMG] fingers crossed she makes it but this ones not nearly as small as the first...
     
  9. cher67

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    I lost 2 of the first 6 that I had due to the wrong heat lamp. They were too cold [​IMG]. I didn't know that they needed to be kept at 95-100 degrees the first week. [​IMG]
     
  10. ladynewtochicks

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    Oh no I bet that is what happened with mine also! I had no idea it was just part of what I picked from the assorted bantam bin. My hot spot is 90-95 depending on the weather. I'll lower my light a bit and the others can just move off to the cool side, right?...
     
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