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Discussion in 'Pigeons and Doves' started by vebi, Sep 15, 2012.
Any one know who has them for sale? Thank you, Bill
I have raised pigeons for 60 years and have never heard of either of these. My guess is that these are foreign names for varieties which may or may not be here in the U.S. It will be necessary to understand what these particular varieties are. Where are you getting the names from?
They are russian breeds. The Nikolaevski is also know as the Ukrainian sky cutter here in the US. The volga is a statnije breed of russian tumbler although they may not be here. But many types of statnije are here. They are rare expensive breeds.
STAR TAIL VOLGAS ARE BRED IN THE US U. SKY CUTERS ARE ALSO HERE RARE SEEN AFEW ADS FOR THEM TRY SLOBBERKNOCKERSLOFT.COM THERE YOU CAN SEE SOME ADS ALSO THE AZ. PIGEON CLUB HAS A CLASSIFIED ADS THAT IS WERE HAVE SEEN BOTH BREEDS
I had a terrible year with my skycutters but there is another guy here in Iowa with some. I saw his ad recently in the Des Moines Craigslist. The skycutter is a beautiful flying breed. Good luck!
Here's the ad:
Thank you folks, I will check it out......Just bought 2 pair of Novocherkasski.