Barbue d’Everberg

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Barbue d'Everberg chickens

Barbue d’Everberg are the tailless variant of the Barbue d’Uccle. The origins of the Barbue d’Everberg are around 1906. The first example was shown in Everberg, a small village east of Brussels at the time.

Many varieties of boltail varieties are known.

Barbue d’Everberg , Barbue d’Uccle Like the Bearded bantam is a small, stocky little bantam with a proudly raised chest, a plump, three-piece beard and bushy neck hair, as well as strongly developed gloves and a full toe squirt while standing. Instead, a full and tight lick should be aimed. A full and broadly covered saddle is also typical for this breed. The Everberger Bartzwerge are a lively species, but they are very trusting and have a pronounced breeding instinct.

  • Rooster: 700 g
  • Hen: 600 g
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Barbue d’Everberg bantam rooster
Barbue d'Everberg
Barbue d’Everberg bantam hen

Also known by the names : Everberger Bartzwerge, Barbue d’Everberg, Barbu d’Everberg, Barbuta d’Everberg, Everbergse Baardkriel, Everbergske Skæghøns

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