Saturday, June 11, 2016

Old Dutch Turbit ( Oudhollandse Meeuw )

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Altholländisches Mövchen  -  Cravaté Hollandais ancien  -  Old Dutch Turbit - Oudhollandse Meeuw
Origin: Netherlands. Even though the judging of the Old Dutch Turbit is dependent on many things, it is important to remember three main areas, namely: Type, Head and Beak. Type: In judging for type we look for a body with a horizontal station, with a broad deep, well rounded chest. Many birds lack in this area. When looking down on a Dutch Turbit it should show a triangular form, wide in the shoulders and tapering to the tail. The tail should be short. Neck and legs should be of sufficient length.

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