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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by BANTAMWYANDOTTE, Apr 14, 2011.
I recently added a pure Johnny Jumper Kelso Hen and her son who is 1/2 Jarrard Hatch! PICS SOON!!!
OHHHH such a tease you are......tell the world what you got and no pictures!! .........
it has been almost ten months and here they are: can't keep them all... have three males and if someone lives in the tampa area and are iterested
I want to start breeding american game bantams, but there's one thing. I want to breed solely for peacombs when the standard calls for straight. They already come in both forms and they'll still be american games. But do any of you see something wrong with this? The reason is that I don't want to have to deal with dubbing my birds but I wouldn't have an option with a straight comb as they'll freeze where I live.
the American Game bantam is a different breed than the American Game largefowl. The AG bantams were developed just for show, using pit fowl, junglefowl, and probably some Old English bantams. Therefore they have their own strict standard with the blue legs and straight combs. In the end, I say breed what you like though, afterall you are the one who has to feed them. I show my Morgan Whitehackles as Spangles in the American Game largefowl class, even though technically they aren't perfect and are genetically wrong to classify as proper Spangles (which are b.b. red based rather than wheaten, which is what my Morgans are.)
Thanks. So there arn't any american game bantams on this thread? I feel lost. lol
have you been to oakridge gamebirds? i'm not sure if they have the bantam forms but they have a lot of gamebird links. do you know of any good modern game bantam sites?
hope you find what you are looking for.
I love that picture of your grey bird. It's like he was saying "take my picture, I'm posing!!"
Who has gamefowl for sale at this time
who sales american gamefowl chicks??