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Very interesting, probably decide next summer which ones to get smile

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post #12 of 36

Check out the ALBC listing:

http://www.albc-usa.org/cpl/wtchlist.html
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Thanks!  thumbsup

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post #14 of 36

The SPPA has a list of both APA and non- APA recognized breeds that are really endangered http://www.feathersite.com/Poultry/SPPA/SPPA.html

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There are too many breeds and varieties in the world to have them all... but its too hard just to choose a few.

Currently breeding Bantam Orpingtons, Anconas, White Faced Black Spanish, and RC Rhode Island Reds.  Also have Buff, Blue Swedish and Runner ducks along with Chinese Geese.

 

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There are too many breeds and varieties in the world to have them all... but its too hard just to choose a few.

Currently breeding Bantam Orpingtons, Anconas, White Faced Black Spanish, and RC Rhode Island Reds.  Also have Buff, Blue Swedish and Runner ducks along with Chinese Geese.

 

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post #15 of 36
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Cool! More info to go thru, thanks smile

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post #16 of 36

Polsevara, Crevecouer, Houdan, Sultan, Pyncheon, Cemani, Orloff, Burmese Bantams...and the list could go on...These are just my favourites.

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post #17 of 36

If you can find it, the White Holland.

It should be noted that while some claim to have this breed or that, they are not true to the breed, having been crossed for genetic diversity in the breed. It may look like a duck and walk like a duck but it may not be a duck.


Edited by rancher hicks - 7/15/10 at 4:50am

 2Sa 22:31

As for God, His way is perfect, the word of the Lord is tried:  He is a buckler to all them that trust in him. 
 
Behind Every Successful RancherIs a Wife Who Works in Town
 
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 2Sa 22:31

As for God, His way is perfect, the word of the Lord is tried:  He is a buckler to all them that trust in him. 
 
Behind Every Successful RancherIs a Wife Who Works in Town
 
What we do for ourselves dies with us, what we do for others and the world remains and is immortal.  - Pine
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post #18 of 36

We started a discussion on this topic a while ago ..
During WW1 and 2  many breeds were lost or reduced to a scant few not enough to keep a breed going , there was a man in germany who was trying to revive 2 of these breeds by recreating them , his results were pretty impressive.

You can search out any one of these rare breeds and see a pic, allen setter are pretty nice looking birds, An old American breed that you dont see much

RARE CHICKENS BY REGION/COUNTRY

AFRICA

Egyptian:
    Bigawi a.k.a. Egyptian Fayoumi
    Dandarawi Fowl
Madagascar:
    Malgache
Namibian:
    Ovambo
South African:
        Koekoek a.k.a. Potchefstroom Koekoek
        Venda


AMERICA NORTH, CENTRAL & SOUTH

American:
        Allen Setters
        American Game Bantams
    Buckeyes
        Delaware Blues
    Delawares
        Dominiques *     
        Iowa Blues   
    Jersey Blue
    Lamonas
        Pyncheons
        Rhode Island Whites

Brazilian:
        Índio Gigante

Canadian:
    Chantecler

Colombian:
    Gallo Fino a.k.a. Colombian Game Fowl

Cuban:
    Cubalayas

Puerto Rican:
    Puerto Rican Game Fowl



ASIA /OCEANA

Australian:
         Australian Gamefowl
         Australian Pit Fowl a.k.a. Australian Pit Gamefowl

Chinese:
    China Game Fowl
    Langshans

Indonesian:
        Ayam Cemani
        Ayam Kedu a.k.a. Kedu Cemani, Kedu Kedu, Kedu Hsian, Kedu Langya
        Ayam Pelung a.k.a. Pelung Long Crowers
    Javas
        Sumatras

Indian:
         Nankin Bantams a.k.a. Nankeens

Iranian:
    Chity   
    Hanayee
    Kabotary
    Persian Rumpless
    Siyahe Kantony
        Talayee
        Zireh E.

Iraqi:
    Manx Rumpies

Japanese:
    Japanese Bantams
    Jitokko a.k.a. Jitokkokagoshima
    Ko Shamo
    Koeyoshi
    Kuro Gashiwa a.k.a. Kurokashiwa
    Minohiki
    Ohiki
    Onagadori
        Phoenix
        Satsumadori
        Shokoku
        Totenko
        Yamato Gunkei

Korean:
    Chim Gye a.k.a. Dang Dak, Ggok Dak, Hwacho Dak, or
        Korean Bantam
    Gangwon-Jaeraedak
    Ogye a.k.a. Yeonsan Ogye

Malaysian:
          Huiyuang Bearded Chickens
          Malays
          Serama aka Sri Rama

Saipan:
          Saipan "Jungle Fowl"

Sri  Lankan:
     Ceylon Junglefowl a.k.a. La Fayette's Junglefowl

Thai:
         Shamo

Turkish:
    Abaza   
    Denizli Fowl
    Gebze a.k.a. Hacikadin   
    Gerze
    Sultans

Vietnamese:
    Ga Noi Game Fowl
     Ga Tre a.k.a. Vietnamese Bantam



EUROPE

Albanian:
      Berats a.k.a. Berat Fowl
      Tirana
      Tropoja Pac
      Tropoja Lekbibaj

Armenian:
      Yerevanian

Austrian:
         Altsteirer a.k.a. Old-fashioned Styrians
         Sulmtalers

Belgian:
        Aarschot fowl
        Ardenners.
        Barbu d'Anvers a.k.a. Antwerp Belgian Bantams or Quail Bantams
        Barbu de Grubbe a.k.a. Grubbe Bantams
        Barbu d'Everberg a.k.a. Belgian d'Everberg
        Barbu de Waas Bantam
        Barbu de Watermaal
        Bassettes
        Bosvoorde Bearded Bantam
        Brabançonne
        Braekels a.k.a. Brekels
        Bruges Game
        Campines
        Famenne
        Flemish Cuckoo
        Herve
        Hesbaye
        Izegem cuckoo
        Liège Game
        Mechels a.k.a. Malines
        Méhaigne Bantam
        Tirlemont Game
        Tournaisis a.k.a. Naine du Tournaisis
        Zingem a.k.a. Zingem Laying Fowl
        Zottegem Campines a.k.a. Zottegem Golden Hens
        Zwalm Valley Fowl

Bosnian:
    Pogrmusa a.k.a. Zivicarka

British:
    Cambar
    Dominiques aka Dominikers*
    Dorkings
    Ixworth Fowl
    Lincolnshire Buff
    Marsh Daisy
    Minorcas
    Norfolk Grey
    Old English Pheasant Fowl
        Redcaps aka Mooney or Corals
        Scots Dumpy
        Scots Greys a.k.a. Shepherd's Plaid or Chick Marley
        Sussex
        White Faced Black Spanish

Bulgarian:
    Shumenska aka Shumenska Chickens or Black Shumen

Czech:
    Bohemian Fowl
    Ceska slepice zlate kropenata a.k.a. Golden Penciled Bohemian Fowl

Croatian:
        Hrvatica a.k.a. Dudica or Croatian Hen
        Posavska kukmica a.k.a. Posavina Crested Hens
    Stajerka

Danish:
    Danske Landhøne
    Danske Luttehøne

Dutch:
        Assendelfters
    Barnevelders   
    Brabanter
    Chaamse Hoenders
    Dutch Bantams aka (incorrectly) Old Dutch Bantams   
    Friesians
    Groninger Meeuwen a.k.a. Groningen Gulls
    Hamburgs or Hamburghs a.k.a. Hollands Hoens
    Hollands
    Kraienkoppe a.k.a. Twentse Hoen   
    North Holland Blues
    Owlbeard
    Sabelpoots
    Welsummers or Welsumers

Finnish:
    Alho   
    Kiuruvesi
    Maatiaiskana a.k.a. Finnish Chickens
    Piikkiö
    Savitaipale

French:
    Aquitaine
    Ardeale
    Barbezieux
    Blanzac
    Bourbonnaise
    Bourbourg
    Breda Fowl
    Bresse a.k.a. Gauloise
    Caumont
    Coucou de Rennes
    Crevecoeurs
    Estaires a.k.a. La Poule d'Estaires
    Faverolles   
    Gournay
    Javanaise Bantams a.k.a. Javanesische Zwerghühner
    La Fleche
    Mantes
    Marans
    Merlerault
    Pavilly

German:
        Augsburgers
        Bergische Kraeher
        Bergische Schlotterkaemme
        Bielefelders
        Dresdner
        Lakenvelders (or Lakenfelders)
        Niederrheiner a.k.a. Nederrijner
        Rhinelanders a.k.a. Rheinländers or Rijlanders
        Ruhlaers
        Sachsenhuhn a.k.a. Saxonian Chickens
        Thueringer Barthuhn a.k.a. Thuringian Bearded Chickens
        Tuzo
        Vorwerks
        Westfalische Totleger

Hungarian:
    Fehér Magyar a.k.a. Hungarian Whites
    Kendermagos erdélyi kopasznyakú a.k.a. Speckled Transylvanian Naked Neck
    Sárga magyar Hungarian Yellows

Icelandic:
    Islanski hænsnastofninn a.k.a. Icelandic Coloured

Irish:
    Irish Game Fowl

Italian:
    Bianca di Saluzzo a.k.a. Bianca di Cavour
    Bionda Piemontese   
    Black Livornese   
    Collo nudo italiana a.k.a. Italian Naked-neck   
    Ermellinata di Rovigo
    Gallina di Polverara a.k.a. Polverara
        Mericanel della Brianza
        Millefiori di Lonigo
        Modenese a.k.a. Buff Modena
        Padovana a.k.a. Italian Polish
        Robusta Lionata
        Robusta Maculata
        Romagnola
        Sicilian Buttercups
    Valdarnese   
    Valdarno
    (40+ Italian Historical Breeds now Extinct)

Norwegian:
    Jærhøns a.k.a. Norwegian Jærhøns

Polish:
    Czubatka Staropolska a.k.a. Polska Kura Dworska or Old Polish Cresteds
        Liliputy Bantams a.k.a. Old Polish Bantams
        Polbar
        Zielononozka Kuropatwiana a.k.a. Green-legged Partridge
        Zoltonozka Kuropatwiana a.k.a. Yellow-legged Partridge Fowl

Portuguese:
    Pedrês Portuguesa
    Preta Lusitânica

Romanian:
    Bantam alb a.k.a. White Bantam
    Gaina de portelan-pitica a.k.a. Porcelain Bantam
    Git golas de transilvania a.k.a. Transylvania Naked Neck   
    Git golas de transilvania negru pitica a.k.a. Black Transylvania Naked Neck-Bantam
    Legwels Alba
    Negru de Banat a.k.a. Banat Dwarf
    Paduana aurie

Russian:
       Kuchinskaya Jubilee
       Orloffs or Russian Orloffs
        Siberian calzata
        Yurlower a.k.a. Yurlov Crower

Serbian:
        Decan
        Golovrata
        Kosovo Singer
        Pogrmusa a.k.a. East Serbian
        Somborska Kaporka a.k.a. Sombor Crested
    Svrljiska kokos

Slovakian:
    Oravka

Slovenian:
    Kura
    Nemka pritlikava koko
    Padovanska koko
    Slovenska grahasta koko a.k.a. Slovenian Barred
    Slovenska pitovna koko a.k.a. Slovenian Heavy Weight
    Slovenska pozno operjena koko a.k.a. Slovenian Late Feathering
    Slovenska srebrna koko a.k.a. Slovenian Silver
    Slovenska zgodaj operjena koko a.k.a. Slovenian Early Feathering Chicken
    tajerska koko a.k.a. Styrian

Spanish:
    Andalusian   
    Castellana Negra
    Catalanas a.k.a Buff Catalanas or Prat or Catalana Del Prat Leonada
    Empordanesa   
    Euskal Oiloa a.k.a. Basque Hen
    Penedesenca
    Pinta Asturiana a.k.a. Asturian Painted Hen

Swedish:
         Åsbos
     Blommehöna a.k.a.
 Skånsk Blommehöna or Swedish Spotted Hen
         Bohuslän - Dals svarthöna
         Gotlands
         Hedemora Hen
         Ølands
         Ölandshöns
         Olänska dvärghöns a.k.a. Olansk Bantams or Spite Hens
         Orusthöna  a.k.a. Orusts
         Svart Höna a.k.a. Swedish Black Hen

Swiss:
        Appenzeller Barthuhner
        Appenzeller Spitzhauben
    Schweizer Huhn

Ukranian:
    Borkivska
    Clayey
    Goloshiyka
    Kuchinska
    Poltava Clay
    Smenna
    Ukrainian Bearded
    Ukrainian Forelock
    Ukrainian Goloshaikas
    Ukrainian Ushankas
    Ukrainian Vushanka
    Yurlov sonorous
    Yurlovo Crower
    Yurlovska Vociferous

Yugoslavian:
    Kosova Longcrower


*Source of contention between American and British fanciers


Edited by aveca - 7/15/10 at 5:06am

"Blessed are the peacemakers, they shall be called the children of God." Matt 5:45

 

This is only a hobby for me so dont get excited 

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"Blessed are the peacemakers, they shall be called the children of God." Matt 5:45

 

This is only a hobby for me so dont get excited 

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post #19 of 36

The difference between pets and pests is only on which side of the fence they're standing... keep your animals in your own property.

 

 



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The difference between pets and pests is only on which side of the fence they're standing... keep your animals in your own property.

 

 



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post #20 of 36
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Originally Posted by rancher hicks 

If you can find it, the White Holland.

It should be noted that while some claim to have this breed or that, they are not true to the breed, having been crossed for genetic diversity in the breed. It may look like a duck and walk like a duck but it may not be a duck.


If they look like ducks and walk like ducks and the offspring look like ducks and walk like ducks that means they are ducks.  Tom

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