Show Off Your Games!

Ruthster55

Songster
6 Years
Nov 23, 2013
749
1,258
231
Northern South America
Old English dont have any gameness in them anymore. I can tell you actually do not have any experience with them
We have dunghills right now but are working on that issue. That needs at least 5 generations IMHO.

As with dual-purpose birds, it’s an issue of breeding a number and selecting.

Am keeping records and building coops....

No matter. The few Spanish we have are improving our backyard chickens for broodiness.

This is in Latin America BTW.
 
Last edited:

centrarchid

Crossing the Road
11 Years
Sep 19, 2009
25,988
16,599
766
Holts Summit, Missouri
Really wet day.
IMG_2020-07-29_18-44-40.jpeg

Eclipse molt making bullstag have skinny neck. He will loose all the long white feathers to be replaced by short black tipped feathers for a couple months. Tail starting to drop feathers.
IMG_2020-07-29_18-56-37.jpeg


What are you looking at dude?
IMG_2020-07-29_19-15-23.jpeg


New kids in the box staying dry.
IMG_2020-07-29_19-06-22.jpeg


Getting back to roost was difficult even for hen. Everybody wet so could not fly. Too much time in wet high grass after bugs.
IMG_2020-07-29_20-12-40.jpeg
 
Last edited:

Warrior gamefowl

Chirping
May 5, 2020
108
250
83
hate to quote myself but I talked to the guy that these Roundheads come from before I got them and in the last 50 years we have got a total of 3 pullets and 1 stag that came spangled between us
Last thing I had that threw a spangled was givens hatch it was immediately culled when I saw it coming out. I was never one for spangled chickens
[/QUOTE]

I don’t breed much for color. It’s just a paint job. I want conformation and performance above feather color. That being said I think she ain’t too hard on the eyes
 

New posts New threads Active threads

Top Bottom