There is no red at the end of the name... People simply call them incorrectly New Hampshire Reds... the APA lists them as New Hampshire... there is only one bird.. :) you must must remember that to breed true you have to have a double barred male.... the reason for this is that barred males of any breed carry two sets of barring genes... the females need just one.... so if you have a male that is incomplete for barring... single barred.. and that is all you have ... you can breed him to a NH female and get the correct female but the males will still be single barred... to get the complete double barred male you must breed a barred female to the single incomplete barred male this will give you a complete Hampbar.... :)
Keith, that link is down. Is it anywhere else?
I'll get you pics of Little Kieth and Carolina soon. They are looking great!