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What colors are you importing?


We've already imported blue, black, and chamois spitz.  We may circle back next year and try to import a high-quality, disease-free line of the the silver spitz.  I'm not sure when we will be releasing the new varieties and bloodlines to hobbyists.

The chamois spitz are the largest varieties of the breed that I've seen.

Thanks for your interest.

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I would be looking forward in seeing these Spitz! Hubby would KILL me if I get a pair or a trio of these! hide Unless it was Xmas money my Dad gives me every year and its ALL MINE! Hee hee!gig

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These are recently imported bloodlines for Germany that hopefully will make their way into the spitz gene pool in the US.  This should provide some additional genetic diversity.  (And some new color varieties.) 

http://i137.photobucket.com/albums/q204/kimera1/penshots062.jpg


Have you ever thought about importing this chicken? ml The grandfather of Brabanters, Sultans, Spitzhaubens, and other crested breeds?

http://www.komovdvor.spb.ru/kurirus/pavl.ht


The link doesn't work for me.  We have imported Pavlovskaya hens from Russia.  Some experts believe they are the foundational breed that contributed to many of the more modern crested breeds.


Do you have a picture of them?

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Originally Posted by stoneunhenged 

These are recently imported bloodlines for Germany that hopefully will make their way into the spitz gene pool in the US.  This should provide some additional genetic diversity.  (And some new color varieties.) 

http://i137.photobucket.com/albums/q204/kimera1/penshots062.jpg


Have you ever thought about importing this chicken? ml The grandfather of Brabanters, Sultans, Spitzhaubens, and other crested breeds?

http://www.komovdvor.spb.ru/kurirus/pavl.ht


I get an error


http://www.komovdvor.spb.ru/en/kurirus/pavl.html

Try again. It works for me.

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The Kom birds looks pretty but I hated feather footed breeds.

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post #736 of 1609
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Originally Posted by hallerlake 
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Originally Posted by stoneunhenged 

These are recently imported bloodlines for Germany that hopefully will make their way into the spitz gene pool in the US.  This should provide some additional genetic diversity.  (And some new color varieties.) 

http://i137.photobucket.com/albums/q204/kimera1/penshots062.jpg


Have you ever thought about importing this chicken? ml The grandfather of Brabanters, Sultans, Spitzhaubens, and other crested breeds?

http://www.komovdvor.spb.ru/kurirus/pavl.ht


The link doesn't work for me.  We have imported Pavlovskaya hens from Russia.  Some experts believe they are the foundational breed that contributed to many of the more modern crested breeds.


YOU HAVE!!! Wonderful!! I can't afford your prices, but maybe someday they'll become common enough for me to afford.

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Have you ever thought about importing this chicken? ml The grandfather of Brabanters, Sultans, Spitzhaubens, and other crested breeds?

http://www.komovdvor.spb.ru/kurirus/pavl.ht


I get an error


http://www.komovdvor.spb.ru/en/kurirus/pavl.html

Try again. It works for me.


Cool.  Polish Spitzhaubens with hairy legs  lol

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I get an error


http://www.komovdvor.spb.ru/en/kurirus/pavl.html

Try again. It works for me.


Cool.  Polish Spitzhaubens with hairy legs  lol


Plus beards.

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Originally Posted by hallerlake 

Have you ever thought about importing this chicken? ml The grandfather of Brabanters, Sultans, Spitzhaubens, and other crested breeds?

http://www.komovdvor.spb.ru/kurirus/pavl.ht


The link doesn't work for me.  We have imported Pavlovskaya hens from Russia.  Some experts believe they are the foundational breed that contributed to many of the more modern crested breeds.


Do you have a picture of them?


http://i137.photobucket.com/albums/q204/kimera1/Pavlovskajaanotherangle2.jpg


http://i137.photobucket.com/albums/q204/kimera1/Pavlovskajahead2.jpg

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Is that roo sprouting another horn, I see three! Run for the hills! lol

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