Online Poultry Show

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by razvanM, Mar 23, 2013.

  1. razvanM

    razvanM Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi ! I have just started judging waterfowl,and if anyoane wants to join I propose an Online Duck Show.In this way you can have your birds quality evaluated and I can practise my judging.So start posting your best birds ! And Hope your animals will win the best of breed.
     
  2. coopscritters

    coopscritters Out Of The Brooder

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    This is great because I don't know what makes or breaks a good showduck. We think she is beautiful. All feedback is appreciated.
    Thanks

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    My young black muscovy female Jewel
    [​IMG]That is a speck of white under her chin but most of the blacks I've seen have more than that.
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  3. razvanM

    razvanM Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Well I must stay that truly is a beautifull bird,very cute.Well I must say she has a bit of a too long beak and that speck of white shouldnt be in a black bird.But I must say she has a great body a bit too upright though but great comformation,and about the caruncles,she is too young to judge hers so probably when she will be an adult she would be a very nice bird.
     
  4. coopscritters

    coopscritters Out Of The Brooder

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    Thanks. These are great things to look at when I see other peoples ducks. I'll have something to compare. I won't mention to her about the long beak in case she's sensitive. She is about 8 months now and just getting carruncles her siblings are way ahead.

    Are you doing chickens at all? I have a chantecler with a great body but I think his comb might be a bit large

    Good luck with your judging. I'm working on my horticulture judging just now so feel free to show off your veggies
     
  5. razvanM

    razvanM Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Yes,I do all kinds of poultry,but I just felt that ducks would bebetter to practise on,s the breeds have very particular characteristics.
     

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