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Porcelain Belgian D'Uccles

Day-Old Chicks - Unsexed  -       $5.00 each

12 Fertile Hatching Eggs -            $30.00

  • $2.50 per egg

(The prices below may vary slightly based on the quality of the bird)

6 Week Old Pullet -                       $17.00

4 Week Old Cockerel -                  $10.00

8 Week Old Pullet -                       $21.00

8 Week Old Cockerel -                  $15.00

(We only ship 1-18 Hatching eggs of any breed or combination of breeds at a time. The amount of eggs that can be purchased from each breed will vary depending on breed, number of laying hens and availability)

History/Breed Information 

Belgian Bearded D'Uccles were recognized as a breed according to the American Poultry Association (APA) Standard of Perfection in 1914. The Mille Fleur coloration was the first recognized coloration, and, in the year 1914, was the only coloration these beautiful bantams could be found in. Although Mille Fleur was the first recognized coloration of Belgian Bearded d'Uccles, the breed now comes in seven different color variations, including: Mille Fleur, Porcelain, White, Black, Golden Neck, Mottled and Self Blue. Belgian Bearded d'Uccles are true bantams, and they can be found in the Feather Legged Bantams class in the APA Standard of Perfection. D'Uccles should have a single comb, vulture hocks, and feathers on their feet.

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D'Uccles generally lay 100-200 small cream-colored eggs each year, when they are not broody. Depending on the individual bird, d'Uccles tend to go broody somewhat often however, not all d'Uccles will go broody. Of the five birds in our small flock, only three of them have ever gone broody. D'Uccles are very dedicated mothers, and take very good care of their chicks!

Porcelain D'Uccles are identical to Mille Fleur D'Uccles except for one small thing - the Lavender gene. Porcelain D'Uccles carry two copies of the Lavender gene, whereas Mille Fleur D'Uccles do not. With their calm (and slightly sassy 😉) demeanor, these birds make wonderful pets for any age! Like any bird, if you work with them enough, we have found them to make great showmanship birds in 4-H shows. 

Vulture Hocks on one of our Porcelain D'Uccle breeder roosters

Our Porcelain Belgian D'Uccle Flock

All our Porcelain Belgian D'Uccles have feathered feet, beards, vulture hocks, and muffs according to breed standard. Although they would not be disqualified from a show, please keep in mind that they are pet/hatchery quality. We are slowly working to improve our stock. 

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Our Porcelain D'Uccle Offspring/Customer Photos...

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