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This is an old post, but I thought if dig it back up.
What's the latest on this project?
I got some eggs this spring and raised two of these...
Goal is to have pea and duplex combined in one line and rose and duplex in another.
A friend of mine has taken over the pea/duplex combination,...
is kinda like saying "hatch"... it used to mean something.
now you see white legged hatch, yellow legged hatch, green legged hatch,...
I have a Dun project going with the ameraucana.
They're actually phoenix / ameraucana / grey junglefowl blends.
This is the best rooster. At...
maybe this will work
Thai / Asil blend
Supposedly pure Thai
Thai X Cubalaya
I try again
I dont know what's up. I cant get the direct link to work, just have to click the link. sorry folks
I cant take credit for these...
Here are a few of my birds.
The green legged rooster has the best feather characteristics.
This is a "phoenix" stag. His daddy is from my Duplex comb Phoenix line and his mother is a blend of onagadori, phoenix, ohiki, and totenko. I...
Asil X Sumatra. Nice hen all around.
3/4 Phoenix, 1/4 Ceylon...
Asil X Sumatra. He is triple spurred, and only about 6 months in this picture.
It sounds to me (based on my somewhat limited experience) that these birds have longcrower AND grey junglefowl genetics floating around...
the meat is not any different. Just more of it
Texas A&M bred their quail to get big and do so quickly, and they do have the white color, but...
Here are a few birds from my Fibro Oriental Project.
The simple answer is still to make the cross, and keep the peacombed bearded/muffed ones. Or keep looking for an EE rooster in your area. I...
I like mixbreeds best for broodies. Game x Contintental layer is my favorite. They make big hens that are fierce enough to take care of their...
I think the answer is that it is indeed cheaper to grow out your DP roosters than to buy cornish crosses. That is not where I do the math. The...
Everyone has their own opinion on this. I do a lot of wide outcrossing, and a lot of tight inbreeding. Mostly what I do is Aunt-Nephew crosses...
Here is a picture of one of my fibromelanistic "Orientals." He is about 6 months old. He is squatted down so you can't see his legs. Sorry....