hasseian_313 wrote:if it is possible to delted my other commets go ahead sir
That is not necessary.
However, I will stop your membership just so you stop giving out wrong information, if you continue like this.
What I can tell you is this:
Before you take writings and photos of others to make a site for yourself, ask for permission.
Just out of courtesy.
Before starting to write on websites like this first truly learn the breeds you are talking about. There are many fanciers come and read the information provided in sites like this to have a solid start at a brand new breed. It is an injustice to pretend to understand a breed and give advises when you are the one in need of knowledge.
Now let’s clarify something; there are many tumbler breeds being raised in Iraq, just like in Turkey.
However, they are not one single breed.
If there is an Iraqi tumbler it is really what we call the Arabic tumbler and that bird will only tumble while flying strait and it belongs to the whole Arabic Peninsula.
Are there Takla type breeds in Iraq?
There are a few kinds but 2 major types.
Main one is the type of birds you have on your site. These birds are descendents of Takla and exist in Turkey in every which color or form you can find in Iraq.
They will do tumble and climb type of a performance just like Taklas but only in the air.
They will never charge the coop.
Basically, they are not any different then the Syrian Coop Tumblers.
Can you find birds that look like them and charge the coop?
Yes, but they are merely mixed birds of two types of Takla and never will give you competition style performance.
The second kind of tumbler that is raised in Iraq does everything the Takla does.
That is because it is the Takla.
As you know there is a big population of Turkmens live in Iraq.
They brought the Takla to Iraq many years ago.
Since then they still come to Turkey to get truck loads of birds to take back each year.
Over time these birds got spread through out Iraq and most of the fanciers can not tell the difference between the two types.
As a result you have the mixed bird I have mentioned before.
I give it to your inexperience and maybe even youth that this conversation got here.
I have seen some excellent birds from Iraq that were raised by excellent fanciers.
Those man knew exactly what they had in their hands and respected the breed for what it is.
The difference is if they were to ever keep Birminghams also, they would do an excellent job with that too but never try to call the birds Iraqi Roller.