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KEITH1957


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BATTLE GROUND,WA
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The Leghorn Club of Australia Inc.
United Orpington Club

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I have the sc buff leghorns  in the large fowl and bantams and the red leghorns and have bred them since 1976 and have my own line plus 5 other lines of buffs and 3 dif. lines of red leghorns have about 10 top males and 40 females hatched and raised about 400 this year  and have been working in crossing in the red leghorn in with the buffs and vice vera to improve both red and buff in shape and feather quality and feather length

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3 Comments

Reply Dave
12:53 AM on June 23, 2015 
Hi Keith I have just joined the club and I noticed you have the reds .My mate and I have been playing with them for the last 8 or so years . what did you start your line with ? I would send you some pic's but I don't no how to put them on the site .

Regards
dave
Reply leghornclubaustralia
3:35 AM on July 18, 2010 
Welcome to our site! Hope you enjoy it and tell your friends. We also welcome any feed back. Cheers
Reply KEITH1957
8:41 PM on June 1, 2010 
some of the best birds that I have hatched this year have been red and buff crossed both ways it will improve both the red and the buffs and have tried it with my buff bantams as the females were a little lite of a buff and I like a rich golden buff