Wednesday, June 20, 2007


Gina Bisco in New York sent these wonderful pictures of her White Chantecler rooster and hen.
She notes that the angle of the rooster's tail is not permanent, which would be a defect. He's just showing off for the girls. "When he is calm, his tail is at the lower angle that is proper to the breed," she says.
The hen is Ms. Bisco's best Chantecler, with her overall long and deep body type with long, arched neck, thick, down-padded feathering and long backline showing lack of cushion.
Thank you for sharing these wonderful pictures, Gina!

1 comment:

Philip said...

Great looking Chantecler Gina.
I have been trying to find some for years. I am giving Sandhill a try.