Will a Black Bird with a Couple White Feathers in Wings be Disqualified in a Show?

centrarchid

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I have a brood of black Aseels growing up. About half have white feathers in their wings, as does their father. The father did not have the white feathers when I got him last year. I think they were pulled as those feather positions were vacant when I got him. Can he and those chicks be shown without being disqualified?
 

JacinLarkwell

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Mar 19, 2020
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I have a brood of black Aseels growing up. About half have white feathers in their wings, as does their father. The father did not have the white feathers when I got him last year. I think they were pulled as those feather positions were vacant when I got him. Can he and those chicks be shown without being disqualified?
A lot of black birds have white feathers before their adult molt. My Sumatra are NOTORIOUS for it. As long as they have no white feathers that grow in for their adult molt, I see no problem showing them
 

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