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Re: Old English Game

Postby paul birdman » 27 Sep 2016, 17:57

hi everybody i need some advice i got a 3 yearold pure silver duckwing cockeral he is molting for the winter but he completly changing colour he is losing his white saddle it is going grey his wings are going brown his chest is losing all his black feathers may be going cream the hackle has stayed the same i have not give it any colour feed i give all my birds the same does anybody know why this has happened
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Re: Old English Game

Postby organic chick » 30 Sep 2016, 14:23

he will probably revert to colour when the new feathers are fully grown
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Re: Old English Game

Postby paul birdman » 05 Oct 2016, 07:31

hi organic chick what do you mean he revert back he has completly changing colour from when he was a stag he was breed from the carlilse champion 2013 and the hen won the same year i d'not understand what you mean
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