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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by Kylo_Hen!, Aug 16, 2018.
hi i have a SL and and i was wondering if 9i can show her she is a chick
I wasn't aware there was any variety other than the standard black/white/black pattern and the golden.
At any rate, if you have one chick, it is a matter of time and any body's guess if it will be worthy of showing.
If it is a smaller show, Lakenvelders aren't that common so the bird may not have to be extremely good quality.
Do you have a copy of the SOP?
what do you mean by SOP
The SOP(Standard of Perfection) is a book published by the APA (American Poultry Association) which shows all the characteristics each breed is supposed to exhibit and flaws that are disqualifications in shows.
If you have a sport or unrecognized variety of a breed, it may not fare well in an APA sanctioned show.
sorry i put silver LACED lakenvelder in the thred name
thanks fir the reply! and i didn't mean to put silver LACED lakenvelder it was mistake
I’m thinking 4-H.... ya know? Many good people in that program. Great for young people.
You can't show a chick, if that's what you are asking
If you are going to show her in the future, you will be able to at APA sanctioned ones as well as normal fairs. The Lakenvelder is a recognized breed of the APA and the standard by which they are bred can be found in the Standard of Perfection
I'm assuming you meant Silver Lakenvelder, not Silver Laced
i want to show her as a hen when she is grown up
What type of show are you looking at showing her?