The APA "standard" calls for the comb to have SIX points....more or less is a deduction in terms of show quality. NOT having yellow on the bottoms of the feet is a disqualifications....so make sure they have yellow on the bottoms of their feet in both the males and females! Finally, standard weight is 13 pounds for Cocks and 10 pounds for hens, I would use the heaviest birds for breeding purposes or those thaty are within 1 pound of the standard.....BIGGER is always better with Giants!Hi kitz.Thank you, for your help.I think that the 3 and 4 picture , the rooster isn´t good , because of is comb, ins´t like the others.The sole of yours Jerseys are yellow on the bottoms of their feet?
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Orlando, I would NOT be that concerned about the "best" comb until I had the proper body shape, type and weight (overall confirmation) the best I could get. According to the APA this should help you "count points";Thak you Jeff, you help me a lot.Just one more favour, can you please count the points of my roosters.One dont have the six, is obvious, but the others i have doubts in counting.First anf the six pictures please.Thank you again.