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Asil Cock2346 views
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Thai stag1821 viewsOne of the stags I kept from this year.
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Asil Cock2219 views
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blue red ko stag 20091817 views
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ko stag 20101678 views
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yamato gunkei stag 20091994 views
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yamato gunkei stag 20101841 views
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tatsuya -ko stag 20101851 views
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black red ko stag 20091930 views
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Hakuraikou at two years and eleven months of age3738 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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Game Mutt!2265 viewsHere's an accidental stag that hatched this year. It is a Kelso over a White Rock. What do you think? lol
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Phoenix stag-10 months1644 views
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