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  1. Thank you for those illustrations. You can have the feathers if you think you'd like to try them.
  2. Thank you for your consideration. Good luck with the fish.
  3. I plucked two from the cape and one from the saddle. Can you do anything with these?
  4. Thanks. I'll send you a couple if you want to try them. I've been researching a little. I'm not quite sure what makes a feather wrap properly? I give my birds a rich diet, so maybe that'll help?
  5. Thank you. I am willing to try that. I thought that the markings kinda look like fish scales. PM me if you want to evaluate these feathers. I will follow your skinning suggestion. When I've eaten a bird killed by a fox or a hawk, I just slice it open, carve out the breast meat and chop off the legs, so I don't need the skin at all.
  6. Thanks for looking everyone.
  7. I don't know anything about flies or fishing, other than commercial fishing. I thought this might be a good place to ask. I'm raising a chicken crossbreed that has developed unique hackle and saddle patterning. It is more delicate and intricate than their Barred Rock father. They are called Rainbow Rock. Should I save the feathers if I have to eat any of these guys?
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