For those of you interested in old and rare breeds of fowl: whether it be breeding, locating stock, or just an interesting read. Many today refer to heritage or heirloom breeds of fowl. Nothing in the world wrong with those words; they are real eye-cathchers, but they are not well defined. Many times they are refering to Modern Breeds that have been created since 1900. There are truly Ancient Breeds of fowl that are included in our APA Standard that need breeders across the country. These would include: Asil Dorkings Malays Old English (Large Fowl) Nankins Pyncheons There are also many others that are not presently in the Standard. Further, there are many Old Breeds which are excellent utility fowl that need help as well. These would include: Creves LaFleche Houdan Java Polish Red Caps Shamo Sussex There are others too, but you get the pictures. Some of the Modern Breeds that are in need of breeders include: Cubalaya Delaware Holland etc. I'm in hopes that you'll write about the breed you keep or ask questions before you acquire stock. Where a written standard for your breed of choice does not exist in the US, hopefully we will be able to provide you with one from the country of origin.