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#1 2013-11-19 23:46:19

poplar girl
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From: Athabasca, AB, Canada
Registered: 2011-06-30
Posts: 3159

Feedback wanted on the 2013 Survey

Before too much time has passed since people filled out this survey I wanted to ask for suggestions for improvement for next year. I know I have noted some errors and weak points myself which I'll list but I wanted to see what you guys think.

Here is a copy of the survey if you need to refresh your memory or reference specific parts:

2013 Euskal oiloa (Basque) Survey
         
Part A: General questions for all Euskal oiloa (EO) owners
This survey is intended to allow better understanding of the North American Euskal oiloa (EO) population, the reasons that poultry enthusiasts are choosing this breed, and the expectations and aspirations of EO owners. The intent is to repeat this survey on an annual basis.

A summary of the survey findings will be posted on the Euskal oiloa Chicken Forum (EOCF) and can be emailed to participants upon request if the necessary portions of PART C of the survey are completed.

1. For what purpose(s) do you own EOs (choose all that apply)?
  Meat
  Eggs
  Sale of hatching eggs
  Sale of chicks or birds
  Breeding
  Feathers
  Pets/enjoyment
  Other (Please Specify)

2. What is your primary reason for owning EOs?
  Meat
  Eggs
  Sale of hatching eggs
  Sale of chicks or birds
  Breeding   Showing
  Feathers
  Pets/enjoyment    

3. What varieties of EOs do you own (choose all that apply)?
  Marraduna (barred buff columbian)
  Gorria (red columbian)
  Zilarra (white columbian)
  Lepasoila (naked neck)
  Llodiana (blond)
  Mille Fleur Marraduna   Mille Fleur Gorria
  White (recessive)
  Other colors that do not match any of the above
  I am not concerned about my EOs being a specific color

4. How many years have you owned EOs?
  Less than 1 year
  1-2 years
  2-3 years
  3-4 years
  4-5 years
  More than 5 years

5. How many more years do you plan to own EOs?
  Less than 1 year
  1-5 years
  More than 5 years      

6. How many EOs do you consider part of your "permanent" flock?
Include pullets, hens, cockerels and roosters that you intend to keep as pets, layers, breeders etc. and exclude birds you intend to sell or use for meat production.
  10 or less
  11-25
  26-50
  51-100
  101 or more

7. On average during the first year of egg production how many eggs per bird do your EO pullets/hens produce?
  I have not owned EOs for their first full year of egg production
  I do not monitor my EOs for egg production closely enough to respond
  Less than 200 eggs each
  About 200 eggs each
  More than 200 eggs each 

8. At one year of age what is the average weight per egg that your EO hens produce?
  I have not owned EO hens at one year of age
  I do not monitor the weight of my EOs eggs closely enough to respond
  Less than 61g
  About 61g
  More than 61g 

9. On average at 13 weeks of age under farm conditions what live weight would your cockerel EOs be?
  I did not own EO cockerels at 13 weeks of age
  I did not monitor my EO cockerel's live weight at 13 weeks closely enough to respond
  Less than 2 kg (4.4 lbs)
  About 2 kg (4.4 lbs)
  More than 2 kg (4.4 lbs) 

PART B: Questions for Euskal oiloa breeders

The next questions are intended for EO breeders. For the purpose of this survey a "breeder" is defined as anyone who hatches EOs or raises chicks or birds with the intent of using those birds to produce more hatching eggs or birds for their own or other people's use either next year or in subsequent years.
Please skip to PART C (by choosing Next at the bottom of the page) if this section does not apply to you.

1. What varieties of EOs are you working towards (choose all that apply)?
  Marraduna (barred buff columbian)
  Gorria (red columbian)
  Beltza (black)
  Zilarra (white columbian)
  Lepasoila (naked neck)
  Llodiana (blond)
  Mille Fleur Marraduna
  Mille Fleur Gorria
  White (recessive)
  I am not concerned with my EOs being a specific color
  Other (Please Specify)

2. How many years have you been breeding EOs?
  Less than 1 year
  1-2 years
  2-3 years
  3-4 years
  4-5 years
  More than 5 years 

3. How many more years do you plan to breed EOs?
  I do not intend to breed EOs in future years
  1-5 years
  More than 5 years

4. How did you obtain new EOs this year (choose all that apply)?
  I did not add any EOs to my flock this year
  Chicks from my own hatching eggs   Hatching eggs from someone else
  Chicks (one month old or less) from someone else
  Birds (more than one month old) from someone else

5. How many EOs did you hatch this year?
  None
  1-10
  11-25
  26-50
  51-100
  101 or more
  If you know the exact number please specify:

6. How many EOs older than one month of age did you obtain this year?
  None
  1-5
  6-10
  11-15
  16-25
  26-50
  More than 50
  If you know the exact number please specify:

7. What percent of the EOs you hatched or raised from chicks this year had side sprigs?
  I did not raise any EOs from chicks this year
  I did not check
  None
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

8. What percent of the EOs you hatched or raised from chicks this year had feather stubs (either on the shanks or between the toes)?
  I did not raise any EOs from chicks this year
  I did not check
  None
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

9. What percent of the EOs you hatched or raised from chicks this year had crooked toes?
  I did not raise any EOs from chicks this year
  I did not check
  None
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

10. What percent of the EOs you hatched or raised from chicks this year had a shank color other than yellow (i.e. white, blue or willow)?
  I did not raise any EOs from chicks this year
  I did not check
  None
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

11. Of the marraduna EO cockerels and roosters you have or had in your flock this year that reached an age of 8 months or more, what percent had entirely white or black feathers in the tail or entirely white feathers in the wing?

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I did have any marraduna cockerels or roosters that were 8 months old or more this year
  I did not check
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

12. What percent of the EO cockerels you raised this year would NOT reach a live weight between 5.2 and 7.8 lbs prior to 1 year of age?
  I did not raise any EO cockerels this year
  I did not check
  None (all cockerels will be within the weight range specified above)
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

13. What percent of the EO pullets you raised this year would NOT reach a live weight between 3.6 and 5.4 lbs prior to 1 year of age?
  I did not raise any EO pullets this year
  I did not check
  None (all pullets will be within the weight range specified above)
  1-5%
  6-10%   11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

14. There are a number of characteristics both general (see pages 32-34 of the 2010 American Poultry Association Standard of Perfection) and specific to EOs (see the draft North American EO SOP http://forums.euskaloiloas.com/viewtopic.php?id=558) that would warrant disqualification of an EO at a show. What percent of the EOs you raised this year would you estimate would be disqualified for one or more reasons?
  I did not raise any EOs this year
  I did not check
  None
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  51-75%
  Over 75%

15. The current draft North American SOP, a direct translation from the Spanish SOP, states that the eye color should be "brown". The proper color description may have been lost in translation from Spanish to English. What eye color would best describe the majority of your EOs eyes?
  I have no preference or have not checked
  Brown
  Chestnut
  Other (Please Specify)

16. The current draft North American SOP, a direct translation from the Spanish SOP, states that the comb should have 5 to 7 points. A single number of points must be specified in a North American SOP. What number of points on the comb should the North American SOP specify?
  I have no preference
  5
  6
  7
  Other (Please Specify)

17. What percent of the marraduna EOs you raised this year would be reasonably true to type, color, size and comb according to the draft North American SOP?
  I did not raise any marraduna EOs this year   I did not check   None
  Less than 10%
  11-25%
  26-50%
  51-75%
  More than 75%

18. What percent of the gorria EOs you raised this year would be reasonably true to type, color, size and comb according to the draft North American SOP?
  I did not raise any gorria EOs this year
  I did not check
  None
  Less than 10%   11-25%
  26-50%
  51-75%
  More than 75%

19. What percent of this year's EOs that you hatched or raised from chicks do you intend to use for breeding?
  I did not hatch or obtain any EO chicks this year
  None
  1-10%
  11-25%
  26-50%
  51-75%
  More than 75%

20. How many breeding quality EO hens and pullets of all ages will remain in your flock over this winter?
  None
  1-5
  6-10
  11-15
  16-20
  21-25
  26-50
  51 or more

21. How many breeding quality EO cockerels and roosters of all ages will remain in your flock over this winter?
  None
  1
  2
  3-5
  6-8
  9 or more

22. For a new breed or variety to be recognized by the American Poultry Association (APA) the following criteria must be met:

- "Affidavits...from not less than five breeders stating that they have bred the breed or variety for not less than five years and that it produces not less than 50% of all specimens reasonably true to type, color, size and comb"
- "Certificates showing two or more specimens have been exhibited in each class of cocks, hens, cockerels and pullets in each of two preceding years at a show officiated by a licensed APA judge. The Secretary shall contact the judge for his or her confidential opinion of the quality and uniformity"
- "a qualifying meet at a designated prominent show to be judged by a licensed APA judge...not less than fifty (50) specimens exhibited by at least five exhibitors in all classes of cock, hen, cockerel, and pullet"

Understanding a few more years of breeding may be required first, would you be willing to participate in the process of having EOs recognized by the APA as one of the five or more required breeders and exhibitors?
  Yes
  No
  Maybe

PART C: General Information on the Respondent

Part C is intended for all EO owners and breeders.
 
Without further permission from you the information collected in this section will only be shared with the organizer of this survey. If you do not wish to disclose some or any of the information requested in PART C please leave it blank.

1. Where did you find out about this survey?
  Euskal oiloa Chicken Forum
  From another EO owner
  Other (Please Specify)

2. First and last name:

3. Farm or Business Name (if applicable):
   
4. Mailing address:
Address or PO Box:     
Address line 2:     
City or Town:     
Zip Code or Postal Code:     
Country:       

5. Email address:

6. Phone Number:

7. Euskal oiloa Chicken Forum User Name (if applicable):

8. Other forum user name (if applicable and different from your EOCF username):
Forum and User Name:     
Forum and User Name:     
Forum and User Name:       

9. If you have provided an email address a summary of the results of the survey can be sent to you once the results are compiled. Would you like to receive a summary of the survey results by email?
  Yes
  No

10. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey! Your comments and suggestions are welcome. Please state them below:


Raising red cuckoo (marraduna) Euskal Oiloak and self blue (lavender) & black Belgian Bearded d'Uccles.

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#2 2013-11-21 12:52:08

poplar girl
Administrator
From: Athabasca, AB, Canada
Registered: 2011-06-30
Posts: 3159

Re: Feedback wanted on the 2013 Survey

2013 Euskal oiloa (Basque) Survey
         
Part A: General questions for all Euskal oiloa (EO) owners
This survey is intended to allow better understanding of the North American Euskal oiloa (EO) population, the reasons that poultry enthusiasts are choosing this breed, and the expectations and aspirations of EO owners. The intent is to repeat this survey on an annual basis.

A summary of the survey findings will be posted on the Euskal oiloa Chicken Forum (EOCF) and can be emailed to participants upon request if the necessary portions of PART C of the survey are completed.

1. For what purpose(s) do you own EOs (choose all that apply)?
  Meat
  Eggs
  Sale of hatching eggs
  Sale of chicks or birds
  Breeding
  Showing
  Feathers
  Pets/enjoyment
  Other (Please Specify)

2. What is your primary reason for owning EOs?
  Meat
  Eggs
  Sale of hatching eggs
  Sale of chicks or birds
  Breeding   
  Showing
  Feathers
  Pets/enjoyment    

3. What varieties of EOs do you own (choose all that apply)?
  Marraduna (barred buff columbian)
  Gorria (red columbian)
  Zilarra (white columbian)
  Lepasoila (naked neck)
  Llodiana (blond)
  Mille Fleur Marraduna   Mille Fleur Gorria
  White (recessive)
  Other colors that do not match any of the above
  I am not concerned about my EOs being a specific color

4. How many years have you owned EOs?
  Less than 1 year
  1-2 years
  2-3 years
  3-4 years
  4-5 years
  More than 5 years

5. How many more years do you plan to own EOs?
  Less than 1 year
  1-5 years
  More than 5 years      

6. How many EOs do you consider part of your "permanent" flock?
Include pullets, hens, cockerels and roosters that you intend to keep as pets, layers, breeders etc. and exclude birds you intend to sell or use for meat production.
  10 or less
  11-25
  26-50
  51-100
  101 or more

7. On average during the first year of egg production how many eggs per bird do your EO pullets/hens produce?
  I have not owned EOs for their first full year of egg production
  I do not monitor my EOs for egg production closely enough to respond
  Less than 200 eggs each
  About 200 eggs each
  More than 200 eggs each 

8. At one year of age what is the average weight per egg that your EO hens produce?
  I have not owned EO hens at one year of age
  I do not monitor the weight of my EOs eggs closely enough to respond
  Less than 61g
  About 61g
  More than 61g 

9. On average at 13 weeks of age under farm conditions what live weight would your cockerel EOs be?
  I did not own EO cockerels at 13 weeks of age
  I did not monitor my EO cockerel's live weight at 13 weeks closely enough to respond
  Less than 2 kg (4.4 lbs)
  About 2 kg (4.4 lbs)
  More than 2 kg (4.4 lbs) 

PART B: Questions for Euskal oiloa breeders

The next questions are intended for EO breeders. For the purpose of this survey a "breeder" is defined as anyone who hatches EOs or raises chicks or birds with the intent of using those birds to produce more hatching eggs or birds for their own or other people's use either next year or in subsequent years.
Please skip to PART C (by choosing Next at the bottom of the page) if this section does not apply to you.

1. What varieties of EOs are you working towards (choose all that apply)?
  Marraduna (barred buff columbian)
  Gorria (red columbian)
  Beltza (black)
  Zilarra (white columbian)
  Lepasoila (naked neck)
  Llodiana (blond)
  Mille Fleur Marraduna
  Mille Fleur Gorria
  White (recessive)
  I am not concerned with my EOs being a specific color
  Other (Please Specify)

2. How many years have you been breeding EOs?
  Less than 1 year
  1-2 years
  2-3 years
  3-4 years
  4-5 years
  More than 5 years 

3. How many more years do you plan to breed EOs?
  I do not intend to breed EOs in future years
  1-5 years
  More than 5 years

4. How did you obtain new EOs this year (choose all that apply)?
  I did not add any EOs to my flock this year
  Chicks from my own hatching eggs   Hatching eggs from someone else
  Chicks (one month old or less) from someone else
  Birds (more than one month old) from someone else

5. How many EOs did you hatch this year?
  None
  1-10
  11-25
  26-50
  51-100
  101 or more
  If you know the exact number please specify:

6. How many EOs older than one month of age did you obtain this year?
  None
  1-5
  6-10
  11-15
  16-25
  26-50
  More than 50
  If you know the exact number please specify:

7. What percent of the EOs you hatched or raised from chicks this year had side sprigs?
  I did not raise any EOs from chicks this year
  I did not check
  None
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

8. What percent of the EOs you hatched or raised from chicks this year had feather stubs (either on the shanks or between the toes)?
  I did not raise any EOs from chicks this year
  I did not check
  None
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

9. What percent of the EOs you hatched or raised from chicks this year had crooked toes?
  I did not raise any EOs from chicks this year
  I did not check
  None
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

10. What percent of the EOs you hatched or raised from chicks this year had a shank color other than yellow (i.e. white, blue or willow)?
  I did not raise any EOs from chicks this year
  I did not check
  None
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

11. Of the marraduna EO cockerels and roosters you have or had in your flock this year that reached an age of 8 months or more, what percent had entirely white or black feathers in the tail or entirely white feathers in the wing?
  I did have any marraduna cockerels or roosters that were 8 months old or more this year
  I did not check
  None
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

12. What percent of the EO cockerels you raised this year would NOT reach a live weight between 5.2 and 7.8 lbs prior to 1 year of age?
  I did not raise any EO cockerels this year
  I did not check
  None (all cockerels will be within the weight range specified above)
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

13. What percent of the EO pullets you raised this year would NOT reach a live weight between 3.6 and 5.4 lbs prior to 1 year of age?
  I did not raise any EO pullets this year
  I did not check
  None (all pullets will be within the weight range specified above)
  1-5%
  6-10%   
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  Over 50%

14. There are a number of characteristics both general (see pages 32-34 of the 2010 American Poultry Association Standard of Perfection) and specific to EOs (see the draft North American EO SOP http://forums.euskaloiloas.com/viewtopic.php?id=558) that would warrant disqualification of an EO at a show. What percent of the EOs you raised this year would you estimate would be disqualified for one or more reasons?
  I did not raise any EOs this year
  I did not check
  None
  1-5%
  6-10%
  11-15%
  16-25%
  26-50%
  51-75%
  Over 75%

15. The current draft North American SOP, a direct translation from the Spanish SOP, states that the eye color should be "brown". The proper color description may have been lost in translation from Spanish to English. What eye color would best describe the majority of your EOs eyes?
  I have no preference or have not checked
  Brown
  Chestnut
  Other (Please Specify)

16. The current draft North American SOP, a direct translation from the Spanish SOP, states that the comb should have 5 to 7 points. A single number of points must be specified in a North American SOP. What number of points on the comb should the North American SOP specify?
  I have no preference
  5
  6
  7
  Other (Please Specify)


17. What percent of the marraduna EOs you raised this year would be reasonably true to type, color, size and comb according to the draft North American SOP?
  I did not raise any marraduna EOs this year   
  I did not check   
  None
  Less than 10%
  11-25%
  26-50%
  51-75%
  More than 75%

18. What percent of the gorria EOs you raised this year would be reasonably true to type, color, size and comb according to the draft North American SOP?
  I did not raise any gorria EOs this year
  I did not check
  None
  Less than 10%   
  11-25%
  26-50%
  51-75%
  More than 75%

19. What percent of this year's EOs that you hatched or raised from chicks do you intend to use for breeding?
  I did not hatch or obtain any EO chicks this year
  None
  1-10%
  11-25%
  26-50%
  51-75%
  More than 75%

20. How many breeding quality EO hens and pullets of all ages will remain in your flock over this winter?
  None
  1-5
  6-10
  11-15
  16-20
  21-25
  26-50
  51 or more

21. How many breeding quality EO cockerels and roosters of all ages will remain in your flock over this winter?
  None
  1
  2
  3-5
  6-8
  9 or more

22. For a new breed or variety to be recognized by the American Poultry Association (APA) the following criteria must be met:

- "Affidavits...from not less than five breeders stating that they have bred the breed or variety for not less than five years and that it produces not less than 50% of all specimens reasonably true to type, color, size and comb"
- "Certificates showing two or more specimens have been exhibited in each class of cocks, hens, cockerels and pullets in each of two preceding years at a show officiated by a licensed APA judge. The Secretary shall contact the judge for his or her confidential opinion of the quality and uniformity"
- "a qualifying meet at a designated prominent show to be judged by a licensed APA judge...not less than fifty (50) specimens exhibited by at least five exhibitors in all classes of cock, hen, cockerel, and pullet"

Understanding a few more years of breeding may be required first, would you be willing to participate in the process of having EOs recognized by the APA as one of the five or more required breeders and exhibitors?
  Yes
  No
  Maybe

PART C: General Information on the Respondent

Part C is intended for all EO owners and breeders.
 
Without further permission from you the information collected in this section will only be shared with the organizer of this survey. If you do not wish to disclose some or any of the information requested in PART C please leave it blank.

1. Where did you find out about this survey?
  Euskal oiloa Chicken Forum
  From another EO owner
  Other (Please Specify)

2. First and last name:

3. Farm or Business Name (if applicable):
   
4. Mailing address:
Address or PO Box:     
Address line 2:     
City or Town:
State or Province:
Zip Code or Postal Code:     
Country:       

5. Email address:

6. Phone Number:

7. Euskal oiloa Chicken Forum User Name (if applicable):

8. Other forum user name (if applicable and different from your EOCF username):
Forum and User Name:     
Forum and User Name:     
Forum and User Name:       

9. If you have provided an email address a summary of the results of the survey can be sent to you once the results are compiled. Would you like to receive a summary of the survey results by email?
  Yes
  No

10. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey! Your comments and suggestions are welcome. Please state them below:


Raising red cuckoo (marraduna) Euskal Oiloak and self blue (lavender) & black Belgian Bearded d'Uccles.

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#3 2013-11-21 13:06:38

poplar girl
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From: Athabasca, AB, Canada
Registered: 2011-06-30
Posts: 3159

Re: Feedback wanted on the 2013 Survey

Above would be some edits I would make to the 2014 survey.
Remove from 2014 Survey
Add to 2014 Survey

In addition we need to clarify what color to describe marraduna as. I am not comfortable with "barred buff columbian" or "barred red columbian" really although I think the Spanish say barred red columbian.

Obviously references to updated draft SOPs will need to be made.

One respondent commented that even people who aren't breeders could answer some of the questions in Part B as many hatched eggs or raised their EOs from chicks. I'm not sure if this section should be expanded to include no breeders if they wish to fill out parts?

There is no question on temperament, since it is such an important part of why many people pick EOs I wonder if there shouldn't be one?


Raising red cuckoo (marraduna) Euskal Oiloak and self blue (lavender) & black Belgian Bearded d'Uccles.

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#4 2013-11-21 13:23:54

Maggiesdad
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From: Louisa County, Virginia
Registered: 2011-10-05
Posts: 1980

Re: Feedback wanted on the 2013 Survey

I definitely feel that temperament (character) is an important part of the breed description. It is my opinion that good character cannot be maintained in a flock bred setting, only in a managed setting by competent breeders. My Spanish friends relate that the Euskal cocks are mostly good natured, but there is always the hard headed one (attacker) some where in the hatch. Some relate that the attitude can be changed with a short length of rubber hose, others say show the offending rooster straight to the kitchen.

Still working on color descriptors, but at best it will just be my opinion of what I thought they were saying, since I don't speak Spanish and have only a rudimentary grasp of chickenese.

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#5 2013-11-21 13:47:01

poplar girl
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From: Athabasca, AB, Canada
Registered: 2011-06-30
Posts: 3159

Re: Feedback wanted on the 2013 Survey

Maggiesdad wrote:

I definitely feel that temperament (character) is an important part of the breed description. It is my opinion that good character cannot be maintained in a flock bred setting, only in a managed setting by competent breeders. My Spanish friends relate that the Euskal cocks are mostly good natured, but there is always the hard headed one (attacker) some where in the hatch. Some relate that the attitude can be changed with a short length of rubber hose, others say show the offending rooster straight to the kitchen.

Still working on color descriptors, but at best it will just be my opinion of what I thought they were saying, since I don't speak Spanish and have only a rudimentary grasp of chickenese.

I wonder if we don't need two questions on temperament next year. One for everyone rating the temperament of their EOs (possible one for females and one for males?). And one for breeders asking if temperament is one of the selection criteria they consider and how high it ranks.

And as for that color description info...all your qualifiers and disclaimers are noted MD. Still very much looking forward to your opinions as that's plenty good enough to warrant wanting you to share in my mind :)


Raising red cuckoo (marraduna) Euskal Oiloak and self blue (lavender) & black Belgian Bearded d'Uccles.

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#6 2013-11-21 14:23:33

Island Girl
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From: Qualicum Beach, Vancouver Isla
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Re: Feedback wanted on the 2013 Survey

I totally agree with adding temperament to the questions, it was one of my main reasons I started with the EOs and when doing the survey I almost forgot to mention it :duh: Also I believe it is extremely important to add a question about blindness, I believe that I have come across three people now that think they have a blind hen. Have I mentioned how wonderful I think you are for taking this on :thumbsup:

XOX Monika

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#7 2013-11-21 14:29:39

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From: Qualicum Beach, Vancouver Isla
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Re: Feedback wanted on the 2013 Survey

Sorry, I must be lacking sleep this morning ... why do you want to remove numbers 15 and 16 from the 2014 survey? I must have missed something along the way, I did join this discussion much later than I should have!

XOX Monika

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