Quite a few New Hampshire Bantams being exhibited at shows.
I'm in South Texas. I have some of the German New Hampshires that have not been crossed with any other strains. I am working to get them as close to the Standard as possible without bringing in other birds. I know that this will take lots longer, but I like knowing the variables. I am going for good type, first of all. I'm trying to get the best birds out of the ones who are developing quickest. I'd like them to have the traits that they were originally developed for, as well as good looks. I appreciate having a forum where others are working on the same goals.
Sustainable Poultry Network has both old New Hampshire large fowl from Halbach Poultry Farm and Good Shepherd Ranch Frank Reese Jrok it depends on where you live, the breeder i'm getting them from in February lives in Somerset, Ky. but another breeder lives in Rhoadesville, VA. Unfortunately there are very few new hamp breeders these days.
Little late to post
Old post but would appreciate any information and pictures of both New Hampshire also DelawareHi sorry to cut in on your conversation but, I may have something you are interested in. I am raising some delawares that meet the standard weights and also new hampshires that also meet the old standard weights I can send you info of my records on age and weight tomorrow, if you are interested. I am into breeding meat birds, my foundation is delawares and red new hampshires, and white rocks. I have been pleased. My Delawares I think are pretty nice, and seem to be of the older lines as far as weight color and comformation. according to some of the old timers. I am breeding next mont if you are interested