Naked Neck Breed Standards

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by bustnova, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. bustnova

    bustnova Out Of The Brooder

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    Can anyone tell me the breed standards for naked necks are for show?
     
  2. nnbreeder

    nnbreeder Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Male, female or both? And what color? they are standardized in Black, white, red, and buff.
     
  3. bustnova

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  4. bustnova

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    I heard that the bird must be banded - what does that mean and who does that?
     
  5. Dustin Biery

    Dustin Biery Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Usually the NPIP tester will band your bird after they certify them not to be carriers of PT.

    Editted to add that I dont know that much about the breed, and not sure if the partdrige is a recognized color.
     
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  6. flyingmonkeypoop

    flyingmonkeypoop Overrun With Chickens

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    Partridge is not a recognized color yet, but you can still show it.
     
  7. nnbreeder

    nnbreeder Chillin' With My Peeps

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    The leg band is used for ID purposes and is just a little plastic band, you will enter the number on the entry form as well as whether a cockerel, a male under a year old. A cock, a male over a year old. A pullet, a female under a year old. Or a hen, a female over a year old. The bird will also have to have a NPIP cert. What I would reccomend is that you attend some shows and mingle with the exhibitors and ask questions before showing yourself. Remember that at a show as in here you have poultry in common with everyone there so don't be shy!
     

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