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These will be an assortment of silver, gold, bbred, white, blue gold, blue silver, red ginger, silver ginger, blue red ginger, blue silver ginger, black/lavender split, birchen, brown red, blues,blue chocolate,  and splashes. No guarantee on color, but will ship what is available. Eggs are fresh and will be shipped priority mail as soon as payment is received.
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Actively breeding percentage onagadori longtails, phoenix in many colors, asils, shamos, and ohiki bantam longtails. Website

Stewart Longtails

We specialize in Longtailed fowl, poultry genetics, and longtail genetics. Breeding nonmolting fowl toward onagadori standards.
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Actively breeding percentage onagadori longtails, phoenix in many colors, asils, shamos, and ohiki bantam longtails. Website

Stewart Longtails

We specialize in Longtailed fowl, poultry genetics, and longtail genetics. Breeding nonmolting fowl toward onagadori standards.
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post #2 of 12

are these bantams or large fowl?

Bantam Cochins; Lemon Blue & Lemon splash (Frizzle and Smooth), mille fleur/calicos, and a mixed color flock

Bantam Ameraucanas; Lavenders

Bearded Silkies; Black, White, Buff, and Partridge.

 

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Bantam Cochins; Lemon Blue & Lemon splash (Frizzle and Smooth), mille fleur/calicos, and a mixed color flock

Bantam Ameraucanas; Lavenders

Bearded Silkies; Black, White, Buff, and Partridge.

 

www.chicksnsprouts.com

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Largefowl. thanks

Actively breeding percentage onagadori longtails, phoenix in many colors, asils, shamos, and ohiki bantam longtails. Website

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Actively breeding percentage onagadori longtails, phoenix in many colors, asils, shamos, and ohiki bantam longtails. Website

Stewart Longtails

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I understand that there is no guarantee on color hatched, but I was wondering if you seperate into breeding groups for the colors listed or or are they all running together so there are a wide variation of mixed colors? I love my pair of Black Breasted Red Phoenix and am thinking about making space for more. Nice tail feathering on yours BTW!

"The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.
Arnold H. Glasgow
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"The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.
Arnold H. Glasgow
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post #5 of 12
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My breeder pens are set up and will mark the eggs with what pen they came out of. Blue silvers will be marked blue silver, etc.  They are not all roaming together. lol.   If you have a specific request for a color I can't guarantee that.  If I get 2 white eggs and 3 reds, and 4 blacks, etc. They will all be shipped together, but marked with the right color according to which pen I gathered them from.

Actively breeding percentage onagadori longtails, phoenix in many colors, asils, shamos, and ohiki bantam longtails. Website

Stewart Longtails

We specialize in Longtailed fowl, poultry genetics, and longtail genetics. Breeding nonmolting fowl toward onagadori standards.
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Actively breeding percentage onagadori longtails, phoenix in many colors, asils, shamos, and ohiki bantam longtails. Website

Stewart Longtails

We specialize in Longtailed fowl, poultry genetics, and longtail genetics. Breeding nonmolting fowl toward onagadori standards.
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post #6 of 12

Yea Lol..I really didnt think they were all running around together by the quality of the roos in the pics, but I am sure you have seen the egg auctions  where that is the case. I just cringe when I see one that says something like " I have very high fertility because there is a splash, a buff, and a black roo with 5 blue hens!" Thought I better make sure:idunno Hope I win!

"The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.
Arnold H. Glasgow
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"The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.
Arnold H. Glasgow
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post #7 of 12

What are the peacombed ones?  Are those phoenix too or do they have something else in them?

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SPPA, APA, & ABA Member || My Dragon Scroll

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post #8 of 12
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Originally Posted by Cuban Longtails 

What are the peacombed ones?  Are those phoenix too or do they have something else in them?


They are about 99.9% phoenix. There is another .05% of yokohama. They have peacomb phoenix in europe. Only in the states do we not allow that. In Japan they have distinct breeds, but no phoenix.  Phoenix in europe are basically any longtail from shokoku or onagadori bloodlines.  I  used the peacomb birds over 10 years ago do develope other colors in phoenix. They originally only existed in the States in white, bbred, silver, and golden.  All other colors are hybrids. Like any other hybrid. For example I have lavender orpington.  That is not a "standard" color for orpingtons. Some people used old english to get color in their lines, but I have found if you start with a good longtail, you can develope your color alot quicker and keep your nonmolting traits.

Actively breeding percentage onagadori longtails, phoenix in many colors, asils, shamos, and ohiki bantam longtails. Website

Stewart Longtails

We specialize in Longtailed fowl, poultry genetics, and longtail genetics. Breeding nonmolting fowl toward onagadori standards.
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Actively breeding percentage onagadori longtails, phoenix in many colors, asils, shamos, and ohiki bantam longtails. Website

Stewart Longtails

We specialize in Longtailed fowl, poultry genetics, and longtail genetics. Breeding nonmolting fowl toward onagadori standards.
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post #9 of 12

What size egg do they lay? 
Are they good egg layers or no?

~~Ed     
I thank God for all that I have; 1 Wife, 3 boys, 4 dogs, 4 cat, 2 Horses, 4 Goats, 2 Katahdin Sheep, 9 Ducks, 6 Geese, 8 Guineas, 1 Turkey, and lots of chickens
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~~Ed     
I thank God for all that I have; 1 Wife, 3 boys, 4 dogs, 4 cat, 2 Horses, 4 Goats, 2 Katahdin Sheep, 9 Ducks, 6 Geese, 8 Guineas, 1 Turkey, and lots of chickens
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post #10 of 12
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Good layers of Medium size off-white eggs.

Actively breeding percentage onagadori longtails, phoenix in many colors, asils, shamos, and ohiki bantam longtails. Website

Stewart Longtails

We specialize in Longtailed fowl, poultry genetics, and longtail genetics. Breeding nonmolting fowl toward onagadori standards.
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Actively breeding percentage onagadori longtails, phoenix in many colors, asils, shamos, and ohiki bantam longtails. Website

Stewart Longtails

We specialize in Longtailed fowl, poultry genetics, and longtail genetics. Breeding nonmolting fowl toward onagadori standards.
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