I have the SOP from Lisa(DDD) I can copy and send in PM, let me know if you want it.
The basics: horizontal body with rather long backs and moderately broad. Tail med. length, well spread and held at 20 deg angle. deep well rounded breasts with keep going well beyond front and back of the legs. Medium length shanks.
That would be great if you could do that.
Some of the terms they put in the SOP doesn't always make sense to me. I'm kind of simple at times.
Here's what the SOP says:
BACK: Rather long, moderately broad; carried horizontally. Saddle - area at junction with tail, devoid of feather growth but covered by saddle feathers reaching over bare area.
BREAST: Deep, full, well-rounded. The crop area devoid of feathers.
BODY AND FLUFF: Body rather long, broad, moderately deep, keel extending well to front and rear of the legs; areas under wing and around vent devoid of feathers.
LEGS: Legs set well apart, straight when viewed from the front. Lower Thighs - large, medicum in length, upper area devoid of feathers; area near hock joint, also devoid of feathers. Shanks - medium in length, smooth, stout.
Thanks to you both.
The back would that be more like a Plymouth Rock or a Rhode Island Red?