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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by BANTAMWYANDOTTE, Dec 27, 2011.
Many is not consistency just a large % I have seen plenty run. I hope that helps you understand that I like the breed just not all lines.
Looks like the grey-wheatons I used to have.
They throw a wheaton pattern like this or a silver backed pattern like the hatch hens.
flypen found some old pictures of the narragansetts the top one was our brood cock...
notice the low set spur thats how we like them..
love this color cuban pinto...
Wow! I'm glad you found them, I remember the Narragansett fowl very well. I think the last time that I knew I was looking at one was in the late 80s early 90s. Thank you for posting.
Cuban Rubio out of my Yokohama stage to a Cuban black Rubio hen bred by Navarro. He is a world class exhibition quality bird having broken records at two exhibitions in Cuba and PR.
I meant in time not the speed of the bird
this is one of my old murphy brood cocks with his lady