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Als hobby een passie wordt...
When hobby becomes a passion...
1 Silkies
2 All about the history of the Silkie
3 Making Silkie chicks
4 The original: non bearded Silkie
5 Bearded Silkie
6 White skin, frizzle and naked neck in Europe
7 History of the Silkie standards
8 More about standards in historical perspective
9 Silkie standard colour descriptions, Holland
10  History Silkie bantam colours
11 Present Silkie colours and their peculiarities
12 Wings and wing defects
13 Quality Dutch Silkies compared
14 History of the Dutch Silkie Bantams
15 New species: the German Siamese Silkie Bantams
16 Breeding Silkies and Silkie bantams
17 Some genetics of Silkie traits
- crossing explained
- Silkied (h)
- Crest (Cr)
- Beard (Mb)
- Comb (P, R, D^V, He, trifid)
- Eye colour
- Earlobe colour
- Dark skin (Fm, Id)
- Five toes (Po, po-2, Po^d, heterodactyli, polyphalangy)
- Wing
- Leg feathering (Pti-1B & L, Pti-2, pti-3)
- Short outer toe, brachydactyly (By)
- Webfoot (syndactyly)
- Vault, skull knob, protuberance
- Broody behaviour
- Breeding egg quality
- Crooked keel
- Spread legs, cripple (cla, coc, cop)
- Comb in depth
- Frizzled (F)
- Silkied (h) in depth
- Naked neck (Na)
- Simple crosses illustrated
18 Silkie colour genetics
- gene groups
- colours analyzed
19 North American Silkies and showgirls
- standard
- colours
- reality
20 Silkie Miscellanous
- Buying Silkies
- Health Silkie
- Character Silkie
- Introducing newbies
- Japanese Ukokkei
- Chinese Wushan
-- health claims egg
-- eating Silkies
21 Diseases
22 Showing Silkies

Silkies and Silkie bantams
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