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post #181 of 203
Do you think are good quality? I am in 4-h and love oriental game breeds and these will be my first trio
post #182 of 203
They look great. With ko shamo proportions are important. 1/3 of height should be legs, 1/3 body and 1/3 neck and head.
Have they got split wings? Also from the back they should have the "5 hills"
I can your cock standing on his toes as ko shamo should
Edited by macgro7 - 1/6/16 at 5:29am
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post #183 of 203
What are hills? But I won't be able to properly look them over until next Wednesday when they will be shipped to me
post #184 of 203
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young silver, showing the 5 hills.
@calpal212 that's what I'm talking about
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post #185 of 203
Oh I see! Ok now I know what to look for! Thanks!
post #186 of 203
How would you heat your coop in winter? I will be getting these soon and need to get ready
post #187 of 203
Does it get cold where you live?
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post #188 of 203
Yes, below zero
post #189 of 203
To be honest with you I don't know. Most chicken breeds don't really care if it's cold. I live in the UK so I don't get much frost, the coldest it gets is maybe -5C?
I don't give my chickens any heat.
My great grandmother used to keep chicanes in a shed in Poland and she never gave them any heating. Let's be honest people kept chickens for centuries in wooden sheds and never thought of giving them heating.
BUT ko shamo show are special... and they don't have much feathers, so I'm not sure...
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post #190 of 203
I know I just don't want a fire
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