two thumbs up on the saddle homer project... how fun !... I hope the old guy will still fill eggs for ya!...
Keep your hen isolated for a week without seeing hr mates before introducing her new mate. If you don't do this then it will be harder to get them to pair upQuestion, My hen is paired with another cock, when i put her in the new loft with the new cock, she can still see her old mate in the other loft, because the aviaries face each other. Will that interfere with her mating with the new guy?
Hi SHADYBUG, could you give me the name of the guy that has shown saddles here in California.The reason I ask is that I have been the district director for the district 6,which is the district that California,for the last 5 years.In that time I know of only 2 people that have shown saddles at the biggest show here in CALIF. and we both live here there has never been one from back east showing saddles out here until. the NPA GRAND NATIONAL of this year and I know who they are. GEORGE ..PS. You live in Penn. and that is the heart of saddle breeders in the country,for more information go to this web site www.saddlehomersusa.comI don't know how you guys keep all these colors straight. The guy i got it from shows saddles from here to California, he called it a black saddle it is all black. I don't know im new to saddles, i do want what i call a black lace, which is what you described.
Thank you...Most lacing or opal white check is from opal washing out the base color. which gives the effect of lacing. For bars it will be whitishrusty red bars or white bars. In checks it causes the lacing look. THat is how it is for saddles. Other breeds have true lacing but for saddles it is a opal effect only.