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danhonour
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Male
About Me

I began breeding large Buff Leghorns 1972 and have had them ever since to the current time. The buff color being a favorite of mine.I have had Buff and Black Minorcas and Phoenix as well as other Leghorn colors ,and Buff Leghorn bantams. Dan Honour



ducksilver
Member
Male
About Me

Hello iam into brown leghorns and the silverduckwings standard size. Ihave brown leghorn hens and 2 silver duckwing hens and one silver duck wing rooster, all gorgeous.



fog
Member
Male
40 years old
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freeranger
Member
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galaxie
Member
Male
65 years old
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gary
Member
Male

gnarie
Member
Female

jesse
Member
Male
22 years old
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johnp
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Male

keith ashley
Member
Male
76 years old
About Me

Hi there run the U.K web site have been breeding coloured leghorn for 30 years feel its more of a challange, Browns been top of the tree always  bantam until a vist in 2005 to your neck of the woods so impressed with the large just had to try and improve some of ours when got back home,Large s/d i were given  to me so they are the ones i started with and at the moment we are working on large Columbions i keep s/d, columbions, piled, browns,trouble is its very hard to keep to one colour, but that is what i say to every one, do as i say not as i do,enjoy trying to improve the colours so that people coming on will hopfuly have better birds to start with than i did and i do like to have a good discussion  over the breeding of the leghorns so feel free to drop me a line 



kylejayde1
Member
Female
31 years old
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lasimp
Member
Male
About Me

I'm a retired photographer Tafe teacher and was originally a Letterpress printer.

I've gone back to my printing which is just near the duck houses and not far from my beloved fowls. I've been keeping Leghorns for a few years now and they reward me by being gentle intelligent (for a chook) and amazing layers. They are prolific and breed well. I have a great time rearing every season. My original eggs came from Kelvin Strikland at Longford Tasmania who shows great birds. He probably doesnt remember me but he gave a lot of really useful advice. My birds look pretty grubby at times but then they moult and transform into snow white active foragers. Suprisingly I've only ever lost one to a hawk!



leanne
Member
Female

leghornclubaustralia
Site Owner
Male
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mark
Member
Male
About Me

Interested spectator.



martyn smale
Member
Male
48 years old
About Me

Breeder of large brown leghorns pullet and cock breeders for 25yrs



max moore jnr
Member
Male
60 years old
About Me

My father Max Moore senior has been involved with showing poultry all his life. He's now 84 years old and has retired from showing.:(

As a kid growing up on the farm  at Kaoota poultry was everywhere so i had to be involved with the care of 100's of fowls, bantams and water fowl. 

As a young adult unfortunatley i did'nt have time or space in my life for poultry.

But things have changed  :). I have decided to get some white leghorn bantams. I recently purchased a breeding pen of whites and put some eggs in the incubator, so hopefully i can have some nice young birds to enter at local shows next year.  



mcox
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mel111
Member
Female
50 years old

melissa crouch
Member
Female
About Me

breeding large white,buff and cuckcoo.


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