What Kind Of Bantam is This?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Arya28, Apr 1, 2018.

  1. Arya28

    Arya28 Songster

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    :celebrateSooo after our venture to get girl bantams this year for our little roosters, we have a TON of little baby banties!!! :love Especially after we said we were only getting four and the evil (but awesome) lady at our TSC threw in 7 extras as “rescues”! LOL

    We know what most of them are except this one. We thought it was a seabrite but we do have a seabright the same age, and its a lot different feather wise. Also, this bird has a single comb and the seabrite has a rose comb. This one has the same colored legs as the seabrite though.

    So here’s the little cutie! Black with orange face, single comb and what almost looks like the stripe Wyandotte chicks have on their backs. Any thoughts?? 690E03AE-0A86-4CC3-A783-0E327624FC60.jpeg 495CD9A6-3224-498E-9B34-0ADDC18F23F0.jpeg 57779138-89CD-4FF5-B599-0B4C382C66B5.jpeg 82CE7EDB-AA73-4835-A078-B390C2F3CF60.jpeg
     
  2. Arya28

    Arya28 Songster

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    Oh, clean legs and no beard.
     
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  3. JedJackson

    JedJackson Crossing the Road

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    Difficult to say but probably some type of Old English game bantam. There are a ton of different varieties.
     
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  4. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years.

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    not a sebright as far as I can tell
     

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