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Post some Yokos. I've not seen any good ones at the Shows in years.
My hatch rate this year has been in the 90 percentile. However, due to the surgery and the fluctuation of temps, I lost a good number of chicks in...
You could use him in a bantam line.
Laws are constantly changing. The best thing to do is to call the States Vets office in the State you want to ship too.
Several states require AI...
Then he still has some growing to do. From the photos he seems to be a great bird.
Coming from Texas it could be from any number of lines. Though it doesn't look like a Brush bird.
That one shades more like they should be. Take a few more pictures of the bird from different angles and tell us about his breeding. I do see the...
No, he doesn't look to have any OEG in him at all.
Don't breed to the light colored one. Kill her.
Use the Zook birds and that dark one from Sandhills (that's out of my stuff).
The one with the...
Everything should be fine so long as there is plenty of space.
There are those that will tell you they can tell the difference in a Wheaten cock and BBR cock; perhaps they can. I never could. In either one,...
You should know by 4 to 6 weeks based on feather coloration.
I wasn't referring to show quality. I was referring to them being the breeds...
You probably will not have to worry about the sex of the chicks as neither the Saipan nor the Thai from a hatchery will be real.
I've had some dun one's too. Put 'em in the crockpot and 8 hours later they is dun. YUM YUM.
Never have seen that.
I hope the one I've hatched this year looks just as good.
Here's the Ginger Red cockerel I hatched years ago.
Looking very nice white.
If you contact the show secretary of the Sandlapper Show in a week or so, he should be able to tell you if any are entered there.