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Riassunto: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 Excerpt: ...more dark pigment in the fowl, and cleanness of ground color is more difficult to secure than in the Polish and Sebrights, which are everywhere laced and have the dark pigment greatly reduced. This the exhibitor of Laced Wyandottes must consider when he is making his selections, and in general he must be satisfied with a bird that lacks something of the snappy contrasts seen in both Golden and Silver Sebrights--and in a less, but still highly pleasing degree in the Silver Polish.. Both the merits and faults in Laced Wyandottes are more conspicuous in the Silver Laced than in the Golden Laced Wyandotte. The greatest difficulty in Silver males is to get birds that are at the same time well laced on the breast and free from smuttiness on the top sections. Few specimens meet both requirements as satisfactorily as the exhibitor would like. In a Golden male smuttiness is not conspicuous if the top color is Even the best birds usually have MOSSY MALE AND FEMALE SILVER LACED WYANDOTTE FEATHERS A large proportion of males winning in good competition are decidedly "smutty" because of feathers like the four at the left prevalent in hackle, back and saddle. Feathers of the character of the four female feathers at the right are most prevalent in the cushion, tail coverts and on the thighs but should be looked for in all sections. rich and uniform. But nearly all.good Silver males are more or less conspicuously smutty, and this fault is generally tolerated rather than sacrifice the laced sections. In both sexes of Goldens the common tendency is for breeders to favor a ground color rather deeper and richer than the "golden-bay" specified by the Standard. This does not make any particular difference as far as awards are concerned, but the lighter, birds...

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Descrizione libro RareBooksClub. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 128 pages. Dimensions: 9.5in. x 7.4in. x 0.4in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 Excerpt: . . . more dark pigment in the fowl, and cleanness of ground color is more difficult to secure than in the Polish and Sebrights, which are everywhere laced and have the dark pigment greatly reduced. This the exhibitor of Laced Wyandottes must consider when he is making his selections, and in general he must be satisfied with a bird that lacks something of the snappy contrasts seen in both Golden and Silver Sebrights--and in a less, but still highly pleasing degree in the Silver Polish. . Both the merits and faults in Laced Wyandottes are more conspicuous in the Silver Laced than in the Golden Laced Wyandotte. The greatest difficulty in Silver males is to get birds that are at the same time well laced on the breast and free from smuttiness on the top sections. Few specimens meet both requirements as satisfactorily as the exhibitor would like. In a Golden male smuttiness is not conspicuous if the top color is Even the best birds usually have MOSSY MALE AND FEMALE SILVER LACED WYANDOTTE FEATHERS A large proportion of males winning in good competition are decidedly smutty because of feathers like the four at the left prevalent in hackle, back and saddle. Feathers of the character of the four female feathers at the right are most prevalent in the cushion, tail coverts and on the thighs but should be looked for in all sections. rich and uniform. But nearly all. good Silver males are more or less conspicuously smutty, and this fault is generally tolerated rather than sacrifice the laced sections. In both sexes of Goldens the common tendency is for breeders to favor a ground color rather deeper and richer than the golden-bay specified by the Standard. This does not make any particular difference as far as awards are concerned, but the lighter, birds. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 9781236227157

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