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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by jeremy, May 21, 2011.
This is great I was wondering if there was some sort of overlay we could use to compare over our own pics of our birds.
The drawing is pretty close to the pic. Also she was standing a little akward because I stopped her in her tracks.
Wow love the sketches. I hope you'll post them again as they change.
Quote:I dont know where are you seeing this, but the actual SOP calls for> Legs and Feet: Legs moderately long not short, not medium, but Long(moderately)
Interesting you could read that as meaning moderate in length.. Which sounds like medium. Or as moderate in the long leg category lol.
Quote:no, thats you saying moderate in length, the actual SOP calls for Moderately long in lenght.. which is different..
Yes my friend. True. I changed the wording intentionally.. because I was trying to describe two different ways a person can interpret the actual wording. The problem is the way the word "long" is used. For example we can say only 1/4 inch "long". That is to say only 1/4 inch in length.
Or it can mean that it falls in the moderate range of those considered long.
I guess I am actually hoping maybe the wording can be changed so that it is more clear. Even though I have no idea myself what it should be changed to.
Lol i didnt say these were cream. These are my original golds. I said bred to my hens both males have produced a cream offspring
I think i have one i just need a scale to prove it.