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TOPIC: WING CARRIAGE

WING CARRIAGE 4 years 1 month ago #12183


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start with females with good wings or the best possible, just remember to cull hard for this, if you hatch and get 10 pullets and only one has a good wing carriage, that is the one you keep! remember type 1st, wing carriage is part of type
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WING CARRIAGE 4 years 1 month ago #12184


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That would be difficult to answer Randal. I don't think anyone would really know unless they had done that experiment themselves. I would venture a guess and say that it would take at least three or four generations to get that characteristic fixed in your birds.
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WING CARRIAGE 4 years 1 month ago #12186


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Thanks Tater, that's what I was thinking of Barry maybe some of these guys on here that have done this in the past would enlighten me
Randal Hodges
County Line Bantams (Glen St. Mary, FL)
Breeder of Blue Wheaten,Birchen and Buff Old English Game Bantams
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WING CARRIAGE 4 years 1 month ago #12196


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WE HAVE DONE IT WITH THE GINGERS, LOW WINGS, MALE OR FEMALE WITH LOW WING CARRIAGE IS CULLED, HAD ONE OF THE BEST COLORED MALE THAT WE HAVE EVER RAISED, HIT THE SACK BECAUSE OF LOW WING CARRIAGE.
IF YOU GET IT OUT OF YOUR BIRDS DON'T EVER PUT IT BACK
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