The Red Quill Dutch Bantams were produced quite by accident in the 1980's. From a breeding pen of Light Browns one very unusually colored chick was hatched during that season.
Red Quill females are a golden tan color with bold markings of black bars on the feathers of the neck, body and back region. The breast area is not salmon as in the Light Browns but is somewhat of a lighter shade of golden tan and usually has some black streaking in the feathers. The tail is black.
The Red Quill male is reddish color with a little different shading of red on the main body with is darker red and the shading of the neck hackles and saddles being a lighter reddish color more along the lines of orange. The tail is also black in the males. (taken from http://www.dutchbantamsocietyamerica.com/articles/articlef.html)
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