Man, more ayam cemani misinformation, sigh. This is the person who I talked about before who said that there were three lines in the US that were named by where they originated, one of which being Indonesia...where it is illegal to import from. The one that also said that all 'American' line birds were bad quality and hybrids.
The poster finally responded (and didn't tell me if they bred them, which I had asked) and said that the line they were referring to that was such bad quality was TMA! I thought maybe he meant Mike Bean, but nope, he meant TMA, which is preposterous. And then he said that when the 'gold rush' was going on, people were crossing the lines (of course they were, for genetic diversity) to create higher numbers, and now there are a ton of 'hybrids' in the market.
According to this logic, every single chick from my eggs is a hybrid, because my rooster is TMA line and apparently bad quality. This rooster here.
And sorry again for venting in here - there aren't many other places I can. The actual cemani thread is pretty darn dead.