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Split breast

What is your opinion on birds with split breast? Does the standard allow it or discourage it? Do you like it in your birds?

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  • ClinkClink NE Oklahoma
    I would like to hear what you guys around here think too, I know there's is at least one guy that preaches about not having the line, but he isn't open to discussion, it's his way or your dumb, lol
  • Btt.....
  • edited May 2016
    I personally like to see my birds with a line in the top, middle part of the breast Not a huge indent but a small defined line
  • ClinkClink NE Oklahoma
    I agree with you Stone, it seems the ones that are smooth are lacking a lil in the breast and too much of an indention looks cornishy
  • This bird shows somewhat of the split breast....
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  • yes that male does have the indent I like to see in my birds.
  • I like to see a little indent in my birds too.
  • I agree with you guys, a little indent...
  • tracytracy AMARILLO,TX.
    I LIKE THEM SPLIT BREAST AT KFC FINGER LICKING GOOD.
  • Me too Tracy.
  • Yeah Tracy I got about 75 males that needs their breast split in a skillet of oil.
  • ClinkClink NE Oklahoma
    did you say KFC? lol, ours sucked so bad they shut it down about 10 years ago
  • tracytracy AMARILLO,TX.
    KFC,S ARE GOOD AROUND HERE CLINK AND KEN 75 K,S THATS ALOT OF MALES. HOW MANY PULLETS DID YOU RAISE.
  • Tracy I guess wheatens and all, around 60 or so and that 75 was wheatens also, had a lot of wheaten males too still have a few setters, i'm done by end of month getting to hot.
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