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Does anyone have experience with Sandhill Preservation Center's Cubalayas? Specifically their Black Breasted Red birds?


I don't mean to sound ugly, though I'm it might be taken that way.

How can you have 'Pure' English Orpingtons when Orpingtons are a crossbreed to begin with? (Just like Cubalayas are).


My line of Orpingtons is imported from the United Kingdom.

I say "Pure English" to distinguish them from the American lines here in the states.

They have not been crossed with the APA SOP type Orpington, thus they are Pure English/British SOP type birds.


I understand what you are saying now. 'Pure' is just not a word that I use with Chickens of any kind or type that is why I asked the question.

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jeremy, since you are on the west coast and you are looking for bb reds, you could contact cubakid. he has some nice bb reds. sandhill's bb reds are nice sized but may have faults here and there.

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I finally found this thread and skimmed over all 57 pages of it. I have been thinking of adding an oriental type breed. I like the shamos and some of the other breeds but I have always had sumatras and have always loved them. The cubalayas combine the oriental look I like with a longer tail. I saw that Duane Urch sells them and was wondering if anyone has had experience with his line? 

 

 

Creator of the rose comb legbars. Also breeding LF & bantam sumatras in black, blue, & dun.

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Creator of the rose comb legbars. Also breeding LF & bantam sumatras in black, blue, & dun.

http://www.facebook.com/michael.baker1

http://infinityheartfarm.com/poultrybarn.html

 

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i would like to know how good they are, too. stromburgs hatchery cubalaya come from him i believe. i would try them and let us know how they are.

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i would like to know how good they are, too. stromburgs hatchery cubalaya come from him i believe. i would try them and let us know how they are.


I'm thinking about ordering Cubalayas from Duane too, he ships day old chicks. I'd love to hear from anyone who has birds from his line, pictures would be great too. 

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I don't see anything Cubalaya??

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this new format is hard to work with. tried posting a pic that didn't show but it is on my album.

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this new format is hard to work with. tried posting a pic that didn't show but it is on my album.



What photo are we looking for?  You only have 80 ;-)

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Destiny Acres / North Star Shetlands  <-- FB link

Destiny Acres Blog / Information pages
Northern Minnesota

Show stock BBS bantam cochins, Black standard cochins, standard white cubalayas, colorful yard candy/broodies

Swap page  - Forgive me, it's a work in progress!!

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lol. the last ones that were put in there. the gold duckwing stag to be specific.

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