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keith ashley

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75 years old
united kingdom
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The Leghorn Club of Australia Inc.
Leghorn Club of Australia Inc Queensland Branch.

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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 

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6:37 PM on September 3, 2013 
Hi Keith, My wheaten came as sports from my cockerel breeder browns with no outcross so I don't know how yours will go, I suggest that you try and keep good records of your chicks. Keeping good records is very important in any genetic experiment and also keeping track of the offspring. you may get something that looks like a brown but you should not mix it with other browns by accident. I find toe punch a very good way of keeping colours separate.
8:42 AM on October 13, 2010 
Red Anconas came from Michael's line after he passed away. I got a setting of eggs from another breeder in Sydney and have gone on from there. Lavenders come out occassionally but there aren't any established lines or breeders. I've only had the 2 pullets and they haven't bred on, their chicks were all blue or black. I'm pretty sure they were sport from the cuckoos. I have some photos I'm going to post on the site later
11:34 PM on October 12, 2010 
Hi Great to see that the rarer colours are still being bred in UK. I'm currently trying to get a line of Grey or Birchen Leghorns, the males are coming on a regular basis but the females are a bit harder to get. The couple I have bred are very much dark legged despite being bred from pullet breeder blacks and cuckoos originally. I also have a line of wheaten leghorns, sports of cockerel breeder browns. Very good type.
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3:37 AM on July 18, 2010 
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