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Show chicken??

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This is pocki my 3 week old silver sebright bantam. I got her/him for showing purposes and i was wondering if she is pretty enough for it? I know that shes really young but.... I kinda wanna hear your opinions.
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Far, far too young.  Did you not see the parent stock from which it was hatched?

 

 

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No she was shipped to me from texas
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Ask the breeder to kindly send you photos of the parent stock.  That's what I would recommend. 

If the breeer is reputable and has a track record at ABA and/or APA events, that too would be helpful.

 

 

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It was from ideal poultry
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OK.  Birds of quality for exhibition do not come from hatcheries, but from fanciers of the birds who breed them for this purpose.

 

However, if you wish to "show" the bird at a local fair or 4H, which features you and your showmanship, then it does not matter.

It would be you being judged, not the bird so much.  Hope that helps.

 

 

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Okayyy thank you 😁
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