Although the judges went their separate specialist ways for much of the morning they came together for the judging of the gold star prize card for champion and were unanimous in their choice of 10-year-old John Crowther, from Lockerbie, with his Black and Red Old English Game male bantam.
What does OEG stand for?
OEG stands for Old English Game (chicken breed)
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- Outdoor Education Group (Australia)
- Old English Game Bantams (poultry)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Cenin and Tesni settled on Old English Game birds, which now make up the majority of their 40-head flock - along with the original half-dozen hens.
Yes, it was all of 37 years ago when these pictures were taken at the fayre when organisers dressed up in medieval clothes and arranged old English games as well as clamping poor unsuspecting visitors up in the stocks where people could pay a few pennies to give them a good dousing with a soaking wet sponge - but at least that was better than the rotten fruit they used centuries ago.
Two months later, Butter, an Old English Game chicken, decided she wanted to explore.
Large Hardfeather Old English game AC male 1 D Gill, 2 H Brown.
They spread through the world as Asils (India, Pakistan, Turkey and other countries of that region), Malays, Shamos, Tuzos, Sumatras, Cubalayas, Old English Games and Australian, Belgian, Spanish, American and South American Games.
Old English Game, geese and Muscovy ducks were all accommodated within rectory gardens, even the Cathedral
Whatever happened to the good old English game with tackling?