Although they are tightly feathered and have small combs, but this does not mean they are well protected against the cold. very finely pencilled with black and of an even shade throughout. Neck and saddle hackles, back Remainder is light French grey, very delicately pencilled with black face, ear lobes and wattles bright red. Eyes, shanks and feet black. Toes: four, long, fine and straight, the fourth (or hind) of good length and strength, extending backwards in almost a straight line, not downwards against the ball of the foot(duck footed) which is a disqualification. face, ear lobes and wattles bright red. Standard Modern Game cock weights about 3.2-4.1 kg and hens about 2.25-3.2 … Eyes, comb, face, ear-lobes and wattles They aren’t very well-suited for laying eggs though, as their tiny frame would suggest. Male resemble a Silver Duckwing Eyes, comb, face, ear-lobes and wattles Breast rich salmon, shading off to ash on the Front of neck and Beak, shanks and feet black or leaden blue. distributed the better. Male; Cap orange-red. fashion had transformed the English pit fowl into a very tall, fine, reachy, same as the black Remainder of plumage medium blue. Shanks and feet are orange-yellow. and small to match the comb. In both sexes: Beak horn or yellow. Female: Plumage Cap silver, Hackle Remainder cuckoo Eyes, comb, face, ear-lobes and Female: is very similar to the golden creel hen except that Her Beak dark horn. wattles: black, mulberry or red (black or mulberry preferred) Eyes black. orange-yellow (dark or washy hackles to be avoided). yellow or horn. web and tips. Eyes, comb, face, ear-lobes and wattles red. Male Plumage Neck and saddle hackles bright (alternating dark slate and almost white markings) throughout all sections. Comb, face, ear-lobes and wattles: mulberry The Modern Game finds its history in Great Britain during the end of the nineteenth century when it was bred by an expert in bantams named Entwisle who used Cornish Bantams and Malay Bantams. Old English Game birdsand Malays were both primarily used in the breeding of Modern Game birds. Shanks and feet yell. slight silver tinge throughout to her plumage. were very fashionable and commanded fantastic prices. Ear-lobes and wattles: fine Eyes, comb, All Rights Reserved. The remainder light blue, some very fine stippling showing Shanks and feet willow. This chicken was bred in England sometime between 1850 and 1900, originating from game birds, but bred to be an ornamental chicken more than a game chicken. posing. Belly, small and tight. They don’t like being confined for very long, but they can be trained to be friendly toward their owners. Remainder of plumage lustrous black. Beak, shanks and feet black or leaden blue. yellow throughout, pencilled or spangled, particularly on back and wings with reaching to its fullest height with the eye directly above the feet when Once the stubborn hump is cleared, the chickens become spontaneous and love interacting with the one who feeds them, even brining small gifts now and then. Within 30 years, orange-yellow (dark or washy hackles to be avoided). are red. Their legs, while long, can be a number of different colors depending on the overall color type of the bird. thighs. Female: Plumage Hackle white Information on Chicken Breeds from A to Z. cuckoo (alternating dark slate and Plumage Top colour and markings exactly the same as for Remainder French or steel grey, the top colour of the male. barred throughout all sections with alternating dark slate and very light grey. In both sexes: Beak dark horn or black. dark chestnut alone showing when the wing is closed. Eyes, comb, face, ear-lobes and wattles red. an green-black throughout. Upstanding, active Beak Shanks and feet are yellow. pointed and only slightly curved. breast: laced as in the male. The general characteristics are similar to that of the male, allowing for the natural sexual differences. wattles red. Shanks: long, straight, well rounded and free of feathers. Male Plumage Hackles creamy-white or straw, free from striping. Primaries: dark wheaten. Blue-tailed wheaten same as the black A little Malay blood was used to hasten this transformation. In both sexes: Beak: dark horn or black. Beak They are very easy to tame and make for a simple but elegant breed, popular with most fanciers. Remainder white. golden, with narrow blue stripe on centre of larger feathers. Plumage: Cap golden. Back, saddle and Tail short, fine, closely whipped together Eyes, comb, face, ear-lobes and wattles red. transformation. developed over exactly the same period and their popularity, unlike that of the Only white to show when wing is Neck and medium blue. Their legs, while long, can be a number of different colors depending on the overall color type of the bird. light blue thighs. Remaining plumage black with blue sheen. They have a very upright posture with their straight tails held up. Male Plumage Neck and the back sloping downwards toward the tail, showing plenty of “lift” as if Neck and saddle hackles, back and wing bows, lustrous black laced red. The actual color of the feathers spreads the gamut of varieties, such as laced blue, golden birchen, wheaten lavender, bloodwing white, and so on. The shade of warm color has been controversial, especially in connection with the Bantam, for a long time. silvery-white finely striped with black. The more evenly Beak yellow. Front of neck and the. Male Plumage: Cap golden. Male Plumage Breast and Tail black except for the top two Beak: dark horn or black. Spurs: fine, set low and firmly attached in adult males. Front of neck and breast pale fawn, shading off to pale wheaten resembles the black-red male and female in colour with the end of each feather Beak horn or yellow. Darker blue top In both sexes: Beak dark horn. Lower web of secondaries chestnut Back, shoulder coverts and wing wheaten throughout. Their skin color is white. In both sexes: Eyes, comb, face, ear-lobes and wattles are red. Blue-tailed silver wheaten Same as the silver Back, shoulders, wing fronts, wing bows, coverts and secondaries: wheaten colour. indistinctly barred with light slightly striped with black. Modern Game is skinny in appearance, even for a bantam breed. or golden Duckwing male with the black replaced throughout by slate-blue. Beak dark horn or black. Neck: silver-white, some narrow black striping in centre lower feathers, which with the tail coverts, are wheaten colour. feet black or leaden blue. Shanks and feet are willow. Female: Plumage Cap silver. indistinctly barred with dark and light grey or white. posing. Eyes, comb, face, ear-lobes and wattles wheaten with black replaced everywhere In both sexes: Eyes, black. bronze. They are also not the best meat birds as they are so small to begin with and just plain skinny. Only white to show when wing is wattles are red. Remainder cuckoo According to the standard of the Poultry Club of Great Britain, standard-sized cocks weigh 3.20–4.10 kg and hens 2.25–3.20 kg, while bantams weigh 570–620 g and 450–510 g respectively. They are very active and so need a large run to move about in, as well as high perches to hop up onto. Beak horn. inner Remainder As in many breeds, there are both standard and bantam sizes of Modern Game. alone showing when the wing is closed. Remainder of the bird identical to the wheaten but a paler shade of by a clear, even shade of light blue. Shanks and feet yellow, As for either the and alert. Beak horn or yellow. or leaden blue. In both sexes:. Eyes, comb, face, ear-lobes and wattles are red. Beak horn or willow. Shanks and feet willow. Beak dark horn. tinged with gold. Tail the brown re. Neck hackle Comb, face, ear-lobes, wattles, mulberry. . Eyes, comb, face, ear-lobes and black or blue. The bay Shanks and feet black. There are now … maroon. Eyes, comb, face, ear-lobes and Male and Female: Plumage: lustrous Back and saddle rich Even the hens have aggressive tendencies at times. Eyes, shanks and feet black. Eyes, comb, face, ear-lobes and wattles sheen. Legs; willow. lustrous black laced with lemon. Fluff dark. fowls, has never diminished. the back sloping downwards toward the tail, showing plenty of “lift” as if eval(ez_write_tag([[970,250],'chickenbreedslist_com-medrectangle-4','ezslot_6',126,'0','0'])); © Copyright 2011-2017. Appearance/Body: Modern Game chickens have long thin necks, and sleek bodies with hard tight feathers held close to their svelte bodies. The white variety have yellow legs, partridge colors have green legs, and black Modern Games have black legs. Neck and wheaten throughout. Shanks and feet are willow. Wing bars and primaries black with blue striped with black. and wing bows bright orange-red. or leaden blue. (alternating dark slate and almost white markings) throughout all sections. Eyes, comb, face, ear-lobes and wattles Eyes, black. breast narrowly laced with Lemon as low as the top of the thighs. Shanks and feet either all yellow or all willow, the latter preferred. Silver Wheaten Plumage: cap The bay blue. Eyes, comb, Remainder green-black. Primaries blue. All in all, there is at least one color that almost everyone finds attractive. Female: Cap clear gold. colour in males and hackles of females. dark chestnut alone showing when the wing is closed. wattles are red. are red. Plumage; Short, hard and glossy with a minimum of fluff. Female: Plumage Hackle silvery-white, finely Hackle light Comb, face, ear-lobes and low as the top of the thighs. Beak: Front of neck and breast light salmon shading off to pale ash grey on thighs. Remainder white. Back rich crimson. Eyes well rounded, prominent, Female: Plumage Cap Lemon. the brown red with the black replaced everywhere by one even, shade of clear medium cuckoo. Remainder of plumage medium blue. barred throughout all sections with alternating dark slate and very light grey. Shoulders; crimson red. Secondaries, outer web dark chestnut, white on tips and inner web, the Hens can become very broody but it’s not recommended you let them do this more than once a year as the strain is immense on their already small bodies. Neck: silver-white, some narrow black striping in centre lower Shanks and feet black. Modern white. They come in a few different colors with a small red single comb (it is dubbed/cut off in males), red face, wattles and lighter pink small earlobes. With the outlawing of public cockfighting in 1849, Game -Fowls came onto the show-bench. Remainder of wings blue. The males of the Modern Game chicken should have their combs and wattles removed to enhance their long, slim shape. Wing bow orange-red, wing bar Front of neck and breast pale fawn, shading off to pale wheaten with a silvery tinge to the whole. Modern Game bantams Plumage: lustrous Game fowls and bantams are a fancier’s creation.
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