What kind of Millie Fluer is this?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by ILuvMyPetChickens, Jun 14, 2011.

  1. ILuvMyPetChickens

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  3. ILuvMyPetChickens

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    Sorry Here's a picture [​IMG] His names Pretty Boy.
     
  4. Cackling Hen

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    Quote:not a millie fluer color
     
  5. ILuvMyPetChickens

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    I bought him from Craigslist and she said he was a Millie Fleur but I have no idea what he is.
     
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  6. BrattishTaz

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    Quote:not a millie fluer color

    x2 sorry
     
  7. ILuvMyPetChickens

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    Well he's pretty and sweet I just wish I knew what he was.
     

  8. ILuvMyPetChickens

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    I know he's a Bantam Rooster I just found that out.
     
  9. akcountrygrrl

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    If he has feathered legs, he could be a buff Brahma bantam. Bantam refers to the size not the breed. Most, if not all, large fowl (standard) breeds also have bantam counter parts. There are a few bantam breeds like Japanese, Silkies, D'Anvers, and D'Uccles that do not have a large fowl counterpart. Mille fleur is a color variety and not a breed. Some hatcheries incorrectly refer to mille fleur D'Uccles as "Mille Fleurs" and advertise "Mille Fleur" as the breed.

    He's a very lovely roo.
     
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  10. X2 to the above post!
     

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