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Hakuro at 8' 2"11806 views
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Ko-shamo 20074103 views
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This was Hakuraikou and myself, photo by Will Lawrence2786 viewsHakuraikou's longest feathers were 6' 9" here.
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Hakuraikou at two years and eleven months of age2776 viewsHakuraikou, Rogers line - His longest tail feathers are 6' 6.75" and 6' 9" (2.06m). The adult feathers grew in two stages. He grew some during year one and others during year two. The longest feathers were grown in during year one and are one year ahead of the others. Usually, in cases such as this the adult feathers from year one would have been pulled out during the acquisition of the rest of the adult plumage during year two. Doing that would ensure that all feathers reach roughly the same time.
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Phoenix cockerel2758 viewsThis 4 month old cockerel descends from the German Schubert line that was imported by Toni-Marie in 2002.
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silver rooster2508 viewsstill in bloodfeather and growing!
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Two Brothers, phoenix tree2204 views
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white phoenix2169 views
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Schijndelaar (Pic. from M.vd Sterren)2136 views
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Japanese integrated chicken waterer1978 viewsThis is an antique earthenware integrated chicken waterer. These were commonly used for ground dwelling birds and may be set into a shallow saucer to help prevent it from being soiled too quickly due to scratching fowl. It is known as a niwatori mizunomiki, 鶏水飲器 (integrated chicken waterer).
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Hakuraikou1972 viewsHakuraikou at 20 months of age.
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