Brahmas


"Duke," a Light Brahma rooster
Photo courtesy of Sue Tivol

Brahmas are large, stately birds. The breed is standardized in three varieties: Light, Buff and Dark. They are very calm yet good foragers. You can probably guess from the amount of pictures on this page that Brahmas are among my favorite fowl.

To cut down on load time, Brahma chicks are on a separate page.


Breed clubs:

American Brahma Club
Kim Aldrich
12948 Ring Rd.
St. Charles, MI 48865
phone: 989-865-6702
e-mail: kima53@sbcglobal.net

The Brahma Club
Mrs. Sue Black
phone: 01792 898310

The International Brahma Club
David Osborne
12 Tintern House, Selcroft Avenue
Harborne, Birmingham
England
e-mail: TIBC@cresum.demon.co.uk

The Brahma Club of Australia
Carol Abuid
PO Box 100
Maldon, VIC 3463
Australia
e-mail: brahmacluboz@yahoo.com.au


Brahma Links:

Palm Beach County Poultry Fanciers Association's Brahma page

Rojo's Roost has large Light Brahmas

Here's the U.K. Photo Gallery with images of Brahmas, including a Golden hen (not recognized in US)

Here's Longfeathers Ornamental and Exotics page on Buff Brahma bantams

Briarpatch Farm has Buff Brahma bantams

Longfeathers Ornamental and Exotics page on Buff Brahma bantams

Kurt's Brahma page -- in German

Michael's Brahma page -- in German

A Brahma site from Austria in English and German - lots of info here

Elsanor is a French page on Brahmas with lots of pictures

Brahmas at Devonshire Traditional Breed Centre

Brahma-Cochin.com

The Brahma Project

Brahmas at One Earth Farm

Buff Brahmas at Ramey Farm

Taylor Hobby Farms has Brahmas

There are Blue Partridge Brahmas at Omelet Ranch

Brahma bantams at Horstman's Poultry

Carter's Legacy Farms sells Light Brahmas.


Jeff Iurato's Light Brahma cock and hen
Photos courtesy of Jeff Iurato

Two shots of my huge Buff Brahma cock "Templeton Two," affectionately known as "T2"

"T2's" head
Photo courtesy of Virginia Martin

Nice Dark Brahma heads
Photo courtesy of Adria Weatherbee


"Andro," another Buff Brahma cock
Photo courtesy of Bill and Sue Tivol


A Buff Brahma hen

Nice Dark Brahma males
Left photo courtesy of Fitch Farms; right photo courtesy of Amanda Stewart


"Roc," a Dark Brahma cockerel


Three shots of "Squint," a show quality Dark Brahma pullet
Side and front photos of Dark Brahma pullet courtesy of Bill and Sue Tivol

A Red Columbian Brahma rooster from the side and above
Photos courtesy of Joachim Dippold

A Light Brahma bantam pullet
Photo courtesy of Laura Sheedlo

Black Brahmas from Norway
Photo courtesy of Inge Olsen

A Blue Laced Red Brahma rooster
Photo courtesy of Gary Imwalle

A Light Brahma bantam cockerel
Photo courtesy of Matt Stillman

Brahma bantams from Germany
Photos courtesy of Sascha Michel

A Blue Laced Red Brahma pullet
Photo courtesy of Gary Imwalle

A bunch of Blue Partridge Brahma hens
Photo courtesy of Grant Brereton

Two Blue Partridge Brahma roosters
Left photo courtesy of Sivert S. Almvik; right photo courtesy of Grant Brereton

Two Brahma hens: on the left a Buff and to the right a Blue Buff
Photo courtesy of Sivert S. Almvik

Two Buff Brahma bantam pullets
Left photo courtesy of Dakota Carlsen; right photo courtesy of Erin Reid

Barred and Dark Buff Brahma pullets
Photos courtesy of Ohad Hadar

A Black Brahma male
Photo courtesy of Joachim Dippold

And here's "Carl-Gustav," a Blue Buff Brahma rooster
Photo courtesy of Gunilla Kjellstedt

A Blue Buff Brahma hen from Norway
Photo courtesy of Inge Olsen

Jeff Iurato's Dark Brahma hen
Photo courtesy of Jeff Iurato

Blue Partridge Brahmas from the UK; that "Big Bird" is one big bird!
Photos courtesy of Frances A. Bassom

Blue Brahmas from Belgium
Photo © Jos Gruijters 2003 Belgium

This is a Red Shouldered Blue Brahma male
Photo courtesy of Joachim Dippold

Gold Laced Brahma pullets
Photos courtesy of Paul Bradshaw and Greenfire Farms

A trio of Gold Brahmas
Photo courtesy of Ohad Hadar


Kay St. Amour's Partridge Brahma cockerel

Here's "Joan," my Light Brahma hen -- who roosts in a tree!

"Roger" and "Julie" -- a pair of Gold Brahmas from the UK
Photos courtesy of Sophie Walker

Silver Laced Brahmas
Photos courtesy of Gary Imwalle

A Black Brahma hen
Photos courtesy of Yvo Leest

Red Brown and Red Blood Brahma pullets
Photos courtesy of Ohad Hadar

A pair of Buff Brahma bantams

This fellow is the result of a cross between a Black Brahma and a Blue Buff
Photo courtesy of Sivert Almvik from Norway

A pair of Dark Brahmas
Photo courtesy of Mckinney & Govero Poultry

An 8-month-old Blue Partridge Brahma cockerel from Norway
Photo courtesy of Inge Olsen

Silver Laced Brahma pulletss
Photo courtesy of Greenfire Farms

Blue Columbian Brahma hens
Photos courtesy of Jill Tait

Dan Powell is trying to develop a Buff-laced Brahma
Photos courtesy of Daniel Powell

This is an example of one of his Buff-laced Brahma cocks
Photo courtesy of Daniel Powell

Another Light Brahma cockerel
Photo courtesy of Eric Damaren

Dan's newest development -- Lavender Laced Brahmas
Photos courtesy of Daniel Powell

"Paul," a Buff Brahma cock from Quebec
Photo courtesy of Johanne

A Gold Brahma pullet
Photo courtesy of Andrea Spencer

Another example of Dan's Buff-laced Brahmas: a cockerel
Photo courtesy of Dan Powell

Partridge Brahmas from Belgium
Photos courtesy of Axel Dubois

Light Brahma roosters from Israel
Photo © Boris D. Rosenthal

A Buff Brahma rooster from Serbia
Photo courtesy of Goran Vuckovic

A Buff Laced Brahma pullet
Photo courtesy of Paul Bradshaw and Greenfire Farms

A Dark Brahma rooster from Israel
Photo courtesy of Boris D. Rosenthal

A Partridge Brahma with chicks
Photo courtesy of Irina Meyer

Buff Brahma bantam hens
Photo courtesy of Raven Martin and Camille Brock

A 4-moonth-old Light Brahma bantam cockerel
Photo courtesy of Carolyn Punola


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