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08-22-2014 07:12 AM
robk
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Originally Posted by Blitzkrieg1 View Post
Ahh that makes sense, I assumed Yoschy but should have done the extended ped. I like the male wondder if he got sold because he doesnt "look" like stud material..lol. That being said he was fast and I liked the bitework.
No, his owner took a job out of the country and could not bring the dog.
08-21-2014 11:49 PM
lalachka
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major linebreeding on Impressive caused a whole new genetic disease....
this is for a diff thread but briefly, how? when I posted about line breeding I was told that line breeding doesn't create health problems, it just brings out what's there. as far as I know it does create health problems, just forgot how.
08-21-2014 11:23 PM
Blitzkrieg1 Ahh that makes sense, I assumed Yoschy but should have done the extended ped. I like the male wondder if he got sold because he doesnt "look" like stud material..lol. That being said he was fast and I liked the bitework.
08-21-2014 09:33 PM
robk Yes I am familiar with impressive. I own a poco timidator daughter. She is HYPP negative thank god. I had the pleasure of spending some time with a wonderful stallion who was hypp positive. Talk about a brick house. Very cool horse. I really enjoyed riding him because he was so powerful and just looked pure cowboy. Well he dropped dead on day and it took his owner a week to break it too me when I asked what happened to him.
08-21-2014 09:06 PM
wolfstraum Not picking on Fero specifically - but the heavy backmassing on ANY dog....it is hard to avoid in WGWL with Fero though!!! You will hear about major problems in the ASL from the back massing on Lance of Fran Jo and so many dogs with major health problems....in Quarter horses, major linebreeding on Impressive caused a whole new genetic disease....

But yes - Rob is right....there is alot of Fero...and there are a couple dogs I have known to produce things like EPI....so that is my biggest problem in the cross...the RISK - not a GIVEN - but the higher risk of health problems with this much back massing.

Lee
08-21-2014 08:12 PM
Mister C
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Back massing is basically line breeding past 5 generations.....both sides here have line breeding, and besides the line breeding, there are other sources of the same male where it is back past 5, so at least 3 times on bottom, and a couple on top....either 5 or 6 times, also has another dog at least 3 times....both dogs very prepotent dogs...

Lee
Thanks very much Lee. The more I dig into this subject the deeper it is. I just did some fascinating research on prepotentcy. It's an old habit--I always research words I don't know.

Sorry for the threadjack Robk.
08-21-2014 07:33 PM
robk I am pretty sure we are talking about Fero. This litter would be something like 7,7,7-7,7,6,7 on Fero.
08-21-2014 06:56 PM
Blitzkrieg1 Are we talking about Yoschy? I like both dogs especially the female looks like she came from Canada.
08-21-2014 06:18 PM
wolfstraum Back massing is basically line breeding past 5 generations.....both sides here have line breeding, and besides the line breeding, there are other sources of the same male where it is back past 5, so at least 3 times on bottom, and a couple on top....either 5 or 6 times, also has another dog at least 3 times....both dogs very prepotent dogs...

Lee
08-21-2014 03:59 PM
Mister C I have nothing to offer the OP on the question. It's an interesting thread though.

I don't want to thread jack, but may I ask what "back massing" may be? I can kind of guess what a screamer is but couldn't find anything on back massing.

I'd like to learn more about pedigrees even though it is highly likely I will never breed a dog.
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