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Барневельдер

Микола

Активный форумчанин
За вагу я зрозумів, що не дотягують до стандарту,а чи все нормально з малюнком пера,формою тіла(це я так,просто щоб для себе знати,а не для того, щоб хизуватись і продавати за шалені гроші яйце).Кури гарні , а все інше курка,як курка, нічого видатного.
 

Сергій

Ветеран форума
За вагу я зрозумів, що не дотягують до стандарту,а чи все нормально з малюнком пера,формою тіла(це я так,просто щоб для себе знати,а не для того, щоб хизуватись і продавати за шалені гроші яйце).Кури гарні , а все інше курка,як курка, нічого видатного.
Ось Вам Британський стандарт на цю породу (вибачте, що не українською)
BARNEVELDER

LARGE FOWL

Origin: Holland

Classifi cation: Heavy: Soft feather

Egg colour: Brown


This breed was originated in the district of Barneveld, Holland, and stock was imported

into this country about 1921, with the brown egg as one of the chief attractions. At fi rst

the birds were very mixed for markings, some being double laced, others single, while

the majority followed a partridge or ‘stippled’ pattern. Two varieties were standardised,

namely, double laced and partridge or ‘stippled’, but the former gradually came to the

top, and is the popular variety of today.


General characteristics: male

Carriage: Alert, upright and well balanced, the body appearing compressed, and the

back concave.

Type: Body of medium length, deep and broad shoulders and high-set saddle. Breast

and rump deep, broad and full. Wings rather short and carried high. Tail full, with

graceful and uniform sweep.

Head: Carried high with neat skull. Beak short and full. Eyes very bold, bright and

prominent. Comb single, upright, of medium size and well serrated, with a fi rm base,

the heel to follow the neck. Face smooth and as free from feathers as possible. Ear-lobes

long. Wattles of medium size.

Neck: Fairly long, full and carried erect.

Legs and feet: Thighs and shanks of medium length to give symmetry. Shanks and feet

free from feathers. Toes, four, well spread.

Plumage: Fairly tight and of nice texture.


Female

The general characteristics are similar to those of the male, allowing for the natural

sexual differences.


Colour


The black

Male and female plumage: Black with beetle-green sheen.


The double laced

Male plumage: Neck and saddle hackles to match for colour and defi nition, each feather

to be black (beetle-green) with slight red-brown edging and red-brown centre quill (stem)

finishing black to tip. Breast red-brown with black (beetle-green) outer edging or lacing.

Back and cape red-brown feathers with very wide black lacing. Abdomen and thighs

black (beetle-green) with black down. Wing bow and bar red-brown with broad lacing;

primaries, inner edge black, outer red-brown; secondaries, inner edge black, outer redbrown

fi nely laced with black, showing when closed as a red-brown bay. Tail, all main

feathers black, with beetle-green sickles and hangers. All visible black feathers and lacing

to show beetle-green sheen. Undercolour dark slate.

Female plumage: Hackle black with beetle-green sheen. Breast, saddle, back and thighs

red-brown ground clear of peppering, each feather with defi ned glossy black outer

lacing, and inner defi ned lacing, the outer to be distinct yet not so heavy as to give a

black appearance to the bird in the show-pen. Abdomen black with black down preferred.

Wing primaries inner edge black, outer brown, fi nely laced with black. Tail, main

feathers black with laced feathers well up to them. Undercolour grey.


The partridge

Male plumage: Neck and saddle hackles red-brown with distinct but small black tip;

fl uff grey; quill red-brown. Breast black (beetle-green). Abdomen and thighs black

(beetle-green) with black down. Back, cape and wing bow red-brown with wide blacktip;

fluff grey; quill red-brown. Wing bar black; bay brown; primaries, inner edge black,

outer brown; secondaries, inner edge black, outer brown (seen as wing is closed). Tail,

main feathers black with beetle-green sheen; coverts, upper black, lower red-brown

peppered with black; sickles black with beetle-green sheen. All visible black feathers

with beetle-green sheen.

Female plumage: Hackle black with beetle-green sheen. Breast, saddle, back and thighs

red-brown ground evenly stippled with small black peppering, clear of defi ned inner

lacing or pencilling, each feather with glossy black outer lacing, not so broad as to make

the bird appear black when seen in the show-pen. Wing primaries, inner edge black,

outer brown peppered with black; secondaries, outer edge brown evenly stippled with

small black peppering. Tail, main feathers black, coverts peppered. Undercolour grey.


The silver

Male plumage: Hackle silver with black centres. Breast silver with black edging. Back

and saddle black centre with white edges. Undercolour silver-grey. Wing primaries black;

secondaries black edged with white. Tail black with beetle-green sheen; sickles edged

with white.

Female plumage: Hackle black centre with white edges, a little rust permissible. Breast

white, slightly peppered, outside edge black. Wing primaries black inside, white outside,

slightly peppered; secondaries well peppered.


In both sexes and all colours

Beak yellow with dark point (in the silver, horn). Eyes orange. Comb, face, wattles and

ear-lobes red. Legs and feet yellow.


Weights

Cock 3.20–3.60 kg (7–8 lb); cockerel 2.70–3.20 kg (6–7 lb)

Hen 2.70–3.20 kg (6–7 lb); pullet 2.25–2.70 kg (5–6 lb)


Scale of points

Type and size 30

Colour 25

Texture 15

Head 10

Legs and feet 10

Health and condition 10

100


Minor defects

White in undercolour, fl ights, tails, wings, sickles or fl uff.


Serious defects

White in lobes. Squirrel or wry tail. Feathered legs or toes. Side sprigs on comb. Crooked

toes. High or roach back. Seriously deformed breastbones. More than four toes on either

foot. Black legs.


BANTAM

Barnevelder bantams are exact replicas of their large fowl counterparts and so

standard, defects and scale of points apply. However, silvers are not standardised in

bantams.



Weights

Male 910 g (32 oz) max.

Female 740 g (26 oz) max.

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