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Discussion in 'Meat Birds ETC' started by redhen, Dec 17, 2008.
does it mean its a dark meat bird..or dark feather coloring?..thanks, Wendy
It is feathering. The carcass shape and meat is the same no matter what color feathers referred to.
Here is a pic link. http://www.feathersite.com/Poultry/CGA/Cornish/DkCornBtyUKF.JPEG
Quote:get you some ol' Jubilee cornish, I love their color but would never get any myself
A lot of those photos are bantams. I just don't want everyone to think Cornish are all built like dumpsters.
Quote:yeah, i have to agree.. the bantam cornish's short legs make them look.. "deformed?", But the large fowl aren't too bad,
I love mine. They're like little falcons.
At the bird shows I have been to I am drawn to the Bantam Cornish, stocky neat looking birds.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder!
Are they calm birds?
Here is a pic of one of our hens
Ours are on the flighty side but they just as solid as can be. When you pick one up it's like picking up a brick, they are that solid feeling
Steve in NC
Here is another really stupid question, these resemble the cornish x that I had for meat birds?
(what was funny about the dark cornish question?)