Stryker whitehackle stag available please DM me for details
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Stryker whitehackle stag available please DM me for details
William T Greene was the best breeder I ever met he had more common sense than anyone I ever met which was why he was such a good breeder. The first Blueface I got from him was a very short rooster with a huge comb and extremely pale headed . When I got him home I was very proud of him until my friends came over and started making fun of him . That night I called Mr Greene and asked him as politely as I could " Mr Greene are you sure that Blueface rooster is tall enough to breed" he replied well son I don't know , when he stands up does his feet touch the ground I said well yes sir , he laughed and said well he's plenty tall then. You see what he was saying in his way was the part that made that rooster worth breeding is not the part you see but that , that's on the inside his heart , his desire and the ability to pass it on to his offspring which he did for many years. Don't let the shallow stupidity of only understanding what's right in front of your eyes sway your judgement and selection . That feeling you get when your stepping over the pit wall with a winner in your hands and you feel life leaving him and you know he gave everything he had to give and left nothing behind that's the quality you look to put in your brood pen, you won't experience that behind a key board just where it counts the most.
North Briton Whitehackles
Colonel Givens Hatch pullet available please PM for details. Thank you.
American bred gamefowl !!!
Fellers you better call and email your congressman on this . This has some crazy stuff on it
In the early 50s Lun Gilmore was sent a hatch crossed hen from his friend Ted McLean. He was promised a straight bred Hatch rooster at a later date as the straight Hatch at the time were not given out much and never a rooster and hen. JJL. Finally Gilmore received a hatch rooster but he was smallish , short and not at all impressive looking. So he was just turned out on Gilmores yard and never taken seriously as Gilmore like most of you was not a rooster man just a guy who wanted to participate in the sport but unlike most he was extremely wealthy . JJL. Now he had noticed that when sparred the little unimpressive looking Hatch c**k had an amazing lick and hit with incredible power. He became a side show for Gilmore who would show all his friends how hard this little unimpressive c**k could hit. Now wanting to win Gilmore did what many big money guys at the time did he hired himself a rooster man and let me tell you he must wanted to win bad because he went after the best and he got him . He hired Sweater McGinnis himself to take over all rooster operations there. Now while Gilmore could only see the obvious and what most only see in the little hatch c**k the new rooster man in town saw what only a rooster man can see, he saw potential. JJL. So when Sweater settled the estate of Madigin he was gifted a pair of the Regular greys and wanted nothing else so Sweater took the little hatch c**k and bred to his little Regular grey hen and raised 4 stags. These stags reportedly set records and were fantastic pit c**ks all of which he gave away to friends except the one daughter he raised a little brown feathered pullet. Soon after Sweater left Texas for North Carolina to go to work for Percy Flowers he took with him the little pullet he raised. From this pullet everything bred from her was called Blueface. To say the least she was an excellent producer and actually out lived Sweater who passed in 1959 after a long drag fight at Boxwood in Virginia . The old rooster man went after pitting and winning with a descendant of his little pullet that made the Blueface. He went out like a Blueface doing what he was born to do.
These ole Blueface are special to me
Lacy Roundhead pair. I've got a few coming two year old hens I can let go. Please PM me for details. Thank you .
These ole Blueface from Mr Greene.
Got most of them shipped today
Givens Blueface cross from last year
Due to buyer backing out I guess this spangled Colonel Givens Hatch stag is available please DM me if interested . Thank you .
Colonel Givens Hatch fowl available. These came direct from Mr Givens. I have a few nice stags and pullets available most are red but I have a few spangles. Please DM me if you are interested in them. Thank you.
All this year's Brownreds are from this pen please DM if interested in pullets or stags
This is a young Blueface stag that's available also. He shows the pale head which they got their name from. Mr Greene and others told me this was caused by a disease called Leukosis that all Blueface carry. Mr Greene wouldn't breed these as he thought it made no sense to breed one that showed the disorder . I've bred some and pullets to with no issues
I can say without any doubt that if your process of selecting brood fowl is in any way related to how you would pick a pet for your child that you are headed in the wrong direction. The demands of gamefowl are so unique and demanding that the selection process runs much deeper that eye tests and finding physical features that are more superstitions than skill will do you little good where it counts.
This pure Albany c**k is available he is coming 3 years old this spring and has produced excellent stags so far. Please DM for more information. Thank you
Colonel Givens Hatch stag available please PM if interested. Thank you
I think he's as nice as any I've ever raised I've got two sons that show potential . The first thing you do when you find a producing brood c**k is replicate him.
You all probably think it's just sales talk but you have no idea the pride and how happy I am to send fowl of this quality to the good folks they are going to. I appreciate you all so much every comment or like it makes me strive to ship fowl like this . As I always say if I can help you let me know your never obligated to buy anything from me . Thanks again !
Somebody's gonna be happy when they get this grey pullet out of the box !
Sweater McGinnis greys parents of pullets posted earlier
One of my old Blue face c**ks on the cover of the Feathered Warrior . The pic made him look like his bill was broken but it wasn't it's just the pic and I didn't notice it .
Sweater McGinnis grey grey pullets available please private message me for details . I wish all had seen the book you signed when you hot chickens from Mr Greene it was all the big breeders trying to put these little greys heart in their chickens .
I remember being at Sunset some years ago. During one of the breaks they started introducing some of the old timers , they would ask them to stand and be introduced and they would tell some of their accomplishments and contributions to gamefowl . It was very nice and appropriate and I was enjoying it then my friend Matt leaned over and said you know that won't ever be us. Wow that was a kick in the gut because it was an absolute truth I had not come to accept yet. So of course it all came to pass and I guess I'm very bitter . I wish I had went harder during that time but you we always think I'll do more later it will always be there . I guess wishes such as that are a waste of time all we can do is make the best of today.
I was told by a great rooster man once that most people buying chickens are only buying feathers . I've found this to be very true as some believe that they are capable of selecting quality breeding individuals from a picture better than the breeder who for many years has bred these fowl successfully. The process of choosing breeding individuals is much more detailed then how pretty they look in a picture. The knowledge of the lineage of each one , his mental attitude, his overall health , observing his behaviors and movements and knowledge of how the developed since the breeder has watched them everyday of their life. So with this being the facts and being the most important factors can you determine any of this from a picture? Also consider how pictures with different angles and lighting distort the reality of how the chicken really looks. So I believe the customer does deserve to see pics of the fowl being sold to him but he should heavly rely on the breeder to make the most educated choice and honestly any thing else is simply ridiculous . Your not choosing fowl to produce show bantys this is much more difficult are much more demanding and complex.
The real authentic Blueface From Sweater McGinnis to William T Greene to me . Serious well bred game fowl for real rooster men not mongrel bred hobby chickens they are the same that Sweater bred and the whole world wanted
Spangled Colonel Givens Hatch stag available please DM me if interested . Thank you .
Medications I think are important to have on hand
Pure Stryker Whitehackle hen available please DM me if interested.
Lacy stag I have high hopes for. This is my way of breeding their are other ways that are fine. I've noticed you can't breed every family the same way . Some fowl don't inbreed well it's a lot how the previous breeder done things . When started breeding the chickens I got from Mr Givens the way Mr Greene taught I pretty much ruined them and started over breeding them the way Mr Givens had maintained them. Again this is a way I have found a little success I post these things hoping it's a help or at least inspires thought into the subject .
Spangled Colonel Givens Hatch stag I have to catch up today. It's funny these that come spangle don't show it until almost feathered in. So people will ask if I have one and I'll say I don't know yet and they probably think I'm crazy
I think this will make a beautiful Blueface stag when he matures . I have been watching him for awhile he kinda stands out.
Clement Grey Pullet For Sale. SEND ME A DM IF INTERESTED
Blueface grey crosses c**k from a few years back. I love something about all the breeds I have but this cross has always been my favorite
BTW I'm still taking orders
I post this every fall hoping it helps someone to not abuse their poor ole roosters while they are molting. Be patient and let them get to their best.
My Brownreds I have a few nice stags and pullets from this trio available. Please DM me if interested. Thank you.
A grey pullet I shipped today and I've always liked this color pattern. I won a poultry show with one colored like this a few years ago and we had a pro judge and said these were referred to as a meally breasted grey in the poultry standards book .
Las Vegas, NV
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