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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by IwannaBEaMERMAID, Jan 15, 2010.
really wat r or is it??
When you look at the chicken's 'knee', they are the long feathers that go straight back towards the tail, like on D'uccles.
ETA: Here's a little article on them: http://www.fowlvisions.com/?p=1146
II LLOOOOVVEE SULTANS !!!
Why are they considered such a severe fault?
Quote:I'm sorry, what are you talking about??? If they are ment to be on the breed, then they are not a fault...
They are not meant to be on cochins. You have to be careful not to cull to early for this- juvenile cochins can appear to have vulture hocks and not really have them. I would think it is a fault because it takes away from the roundness- but don't quote me on that. I'm not a show person
But in a breed that is not supposed to have them, they are very serious fault.
I had a Giant Partridge Cochin roo that had them....
I'm waiting to see if his two chicks will carry on the legacy.
Quote:That is true! D'uccles and sultans do though, Not sure where the Cochin reference came up from though, but no they arent right on them...