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Arramero Loft Arramero Loft is offline
Posted 9th December 2018, 11:21 PM
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Crested West of England Tumbler???


Hi All,

I know this is fault with West of Englands but I have no heart to cull. I will keep it as a pet since it was handfed. Anyway any ideas as to why this happened? I have 2 unrelated breeding pairs for WOEs and my pairs are housed in breeding cages no contact with other breeds.
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JohnAPT JohnAPT is offline
Posted 23rd April 2019, 05:45 AM
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Is this classed as a fault? It looks rather unique to me. I breed Australian Performing Tumblers. I don't like to cull either.
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