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Getting the feathering but keeping the

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Malays game and vigor as a oriental (wouldn't say wild) by old gamefowl by crossing (preferrably the rare blue) Sumatra stag with a malay hen and breed the cocks game and vigor into the pullets. Then making a working hybrid with far less holes in the genetics. (Health, prone to diseases, defects not visible). May take a good several years of first two of crossing then line and inbreeding and possibly infusions of the out ward crosses. No?
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Malays game and vigor as a oriental (wouldn't say wild) by old gamefowl by crossing (preferrably the rare blue) Sumatra stag with a malay hen and breed the cocks game and vigor into the pullets. Then making a working hybrid with far less holes in the genetics. (Health, prone to diseases, defects not visible). May take a good several years of first two of crossing then line and inbreeding and possibly infusions of the out ward crosses. No?


Are you trying to make a blue Malay?


Edited by TomNY - 11/11/15 at 6:07pm
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Are you trying to make a blue Malay?

No, I was either going to use a old English game or this unsure pure blue Sumatra stag/pullet to get the height, build, comb, stance, gameness and vigor of the Malay but with the feathering of one of the two breeds
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Satsumadori. Others are already working on them. I'd try to find someone and at least get some pointers from someone with first hand experience.

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I ordered the genetics of the fowl off of amazon, I know breeding is reverse in chickens. I just never tried infusing for just certain feathering. May just use my grey on a malay hen to pull more
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