|Availability:||Feb - End of Oct|
|Rate of Lay:||104/Year|
|Mature Male Weight:||26 oz|
|Mature Female Weight:||22 oz|
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Bantam d'Uccles were developed in Belgium in the early 1900's when Booted Bantams were crossed with Belgian Bearded d'Anver Bantams. Mille Fleur d'Uccle bantam chicks are various shades of gray, black and brown. They have single combs, beards, muffs, and feathered legs and feet. Adult males have a light orange head with each feather being tipped with a V-shaped bar of black followed by a white spangle. The back, saddle and hackle feathers are light orange with a black stripe and tipped with a diamond shaped white spangle. The breast body, wing shoulders and wing fronts are golden bay marked with crescent shaped spangle of black and tipped with a V-shaped white spangle. The main tail is black tipped with white. Most of the plumage of adult females is golden buff with each feather being marked with a V-shaped bar of black and tipped with a white spangle.