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Nothing says "brow" like a good Ga Noi.



Stature is not bad either.

Beautiful! I especially like the fact that they retain follicles for feather development even on an otherwise bare head.. It's just so hard to find them in the US!
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It's not that they are naked, they just have incredibly brittle feathers. Most are in Texas and California. They don't like cold. I crossed mine with Asil, so they would have more feather but still have the right look.

NPIP Certified Oriental Games and Asil
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It's not that they are naked, they just have incredibly brittle feathers. Most are in Texas and California. They don't like cold. I crossed mine with Asil, so they would have more feather but still have the right look.

I have a few Shamo, almost got some asil.. Didn't like the look of the stock I had access to at the time. I'm hopeful in a few years I'll be in the position financially to get a few really nice lines of the harder to come by breeds. I just finished nursing school last month so instead of bleeding myself dry of money and time I can actually start putting more into it. I really like the thick necks of the Ganoi and a few other similar style birds..

This is a picture I saved to my phone, not mine.. But beautiful
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