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Point of a Welbar?

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I have been researching Welsummers and consequently Welbars for my future dream farm and had a question.

 

It is my understanding that Welsummers can already be accurately sexed 90+% of the time at hatch. Why all the effort to create a Welbar?  Is it just for the 100% auto-sexing or were there other improvements that were attempted with the cross?   

A few peeps living the city life - Sussex/Legbar/Wyandotte/EE/Wellies hanging with 3 cats and 1 tolerant pooch.
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http://www.harislau.info/welbars

On vaccinating v/s Marek's Disease - ( here & here )
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On vaccinating v/s Marek's Disease - ( here & here )
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Thanks for the historical info link. It still left me a little confused because it spoke of making them a utility breed, but Welsummers are already a utility breed. So I guess it came down to making them commercially viable?

Does anyone with Welbars prefer them over the Welsummers?
Edited by fatcatx - 4/23/16 at 9:30am
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