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Hi , I have recently culled my birds out after ringing 135 birds so far, my best ever breeding year.

So Due to increasing work and lack of spare time, Im selling out my Fallows at the coming Brasea Auction

I will post Pictures soon .

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Hi , I have recently culled my birds out after ringing 135 birds so far, my best ever breeding year.

So Due to increasing work and lack of spare time, Im selling out my Fallows at the coming Brasea Auction

I will post Pictures soon .

 

 

That must be tough Matt after investing time and effort into a recessive variety (not to mention quality birds that could have been used elsewhere)

 

Good luck with the results you get at the Auction.

 

Cheers,

 

James

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I look forward to going to the auction to see what you are selling Matt. How do your fallows rate when compared to other varieties you have?

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That must be tough Matt after investing time and effort into a recessive variety (not to mention quality birds that could have been used elsewhere)

 

Good luck with the results you get at the Auction.

 

Cheers,

 

James

Yep any recessive variety is Tough.

 

Hi Matt

Will you be freighting any of the birds for sale?

 

Look forward to pictures!

Squeak the birds are with Brasea Auction and they do the shipping at the buyers expense. ( Less work for me)

 

I look forward to going to the auction to see what you are selling Matt. How do your fallows rate when compared to other varieties you have?

 

Dave I recently took out Best Fallow at the Hunter show Annual 2011, With a 2011 Fallow Blue Hen .

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Cool. I look forward to seeing them. Fallows are not my thing but if you are into fallows, and Matt's birds are like others of his I have seen, you will not want to miss these.

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Heres the pics , My descriptions in the catalogue werent altered to suit the final Lot numbers , so I will try to explain here.

Lot 72, I purchased from Wally Capper , Not sure of the bloodline , He is Fertile and a good breeder.

NSW 4039 2008 Cock

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Lot 73 John Carter Bird I bought for a stock bird , A fertile bird and good father.

JC 031 2009 Cock

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Lot 74 A Hen I bred , I call her the brick , She is all bird in the hand , Beautiful feather.

Wont grow full tail. Father is Lot 72

NSW 6615 2010 Green Fallow Hen

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Lot 75 A Hen I bred , Not used , Sister to Lot 74 , Big bird.

Nsw 6616 2010 Grey green/ fallow

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Lot 166 A cock I bred, Not used Brother to Lot 74 and 75 , Nice bird with Directional feather.

NSW 6621 Grey green / fallow

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Lot 167 a Hen I bred , Nice shoulder and directional feather, She will put weight on in the flight.

LMW 008 2009 Opaline cinnamon grey/ fallow , Mother to Lots 74,75 and 166

Her Father was a Fallow cock IH NBA 049 2008 , Hannington stock I bought.

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Lot168 the original Hen I started with, Richard Veltemyer, NSW RTV 007 2008

Mother to Lot 167 Not used in 2011 season.

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Lot 169 Opaline green/fallow NSW 6600 2010 Hen , Good mother.

Father was Hol SA 143 2007 Greygreen , Mother Fallow Green LMW 025 2009 I bred.

Grand parents on mothers side Lot 72 and Lot 168

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Lot 170 Sky Possible Split Fallow. Father was a green cock and mother was Lot 168

NSW 6606 2010 , I stuffed up the ring number in the catalogue, a Big bird

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Lot 237 Nsw 6596 2010 Cobalt / Fallow Cock, Good father, Nice Feather

Father Dark Green ( Druery/Campbell) Mother IH NBA 163 2008 Green Fallow ( Hannington)

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Lot 238 NSW 6573 2010 Cobalt/ Fallow Cock , Not Used

Father was a Green Cock ( Mine) Mother IH NBA 163 2008 Green Fallow ( Hannington)

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Lot 239 Greygreen / Fallow NSW 11760 2011 hen. A young Hen , Not used.

Father Lot 72, Mother Lot 167

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Lot 240 Blue Fallow Hen NSW 1516 2011 , Nice Hen , Won Best Fallow at Hunter Show

Father was Lot 73 , Mother was IH NBA 163 2008 Green Fallow

Half sister to Lots 237 and 238.

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Lot 265 Nsw 1289 2011 Dark Green Possible split Fallow Cock.

Father was Lot 237, Mother was Lot 169

Very Young. Will develop

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The rest are Birds I do not require for my lines.

Lot 266 RB4 085 2008 Hen Spangle Violet Cobalt , Good Hen

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Lot 267 NSW 2461 2008 Hen , Cobalt Hen , Hen from my normal line.

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Lot 268 Nsw 1533 2011 Cock, Cinnamon Sky , Good Feather

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Lot 331 RB4 022 2009 Cock Opaline Spangle Cobalt,

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Lot 332 Will be a substitute because I dont know what I did with the bird listed

It will be NSW 1512 2011 Hen Opaline Cobalt.

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Lot 333 will also be substituted

To NSW 6560 2010 Sky Cock. Hasnt grown tail since second moult.

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So thats it , Any Questions just ask.

Matt.

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Matt ,the violet hen and the sky blue boy that grows no tail back are the related through blood somewhere in the mix ???

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Hi Matt

 

Lot 266 RB4 085 2008 Hen Spangle Violet Cobalt , Good Hen

 

Lot 333 NSW 6560 2010 Sky Cock. Hasnt grown tail since second moult

 

Lot 166 NSW 6621 Grey green / fallow

 

Do you happen to have the bloodlines of these birds or backrounds

 

I will be going to the Auction for certain birds but these 3 looks nice

 

 

Cheers

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Lot 266 RB4 085 2008 Hen Spangle Violet Cobalt , Good Hen

 

Lot 333 NSW 6560 2010 Sky Cock. Hasnt grown tail since second moult

 

 

yes these two look beautiful why i wanted to know how much blood in common if any :)

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Good fallows, they should get snapped up. Would be happy to get hold of a couple.

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Matt ,the violet hen and the sky blue boy that grows no tail back are the related through blood somewhere in the mix ???

 

 

Hi Matt

 

Lot 266 RB4 085 2008 Hen Spangle Violet Cobalt , Good Hen

 

Lot 333 NSW 6560 2010 Sky Cock. Hasnt grown tail since second moult

 

Lot 166 NSW 6621 Grey green / fallow

 

Do you happen to have the bloodlines of these birds or backrounds

 

I will be going to the Auction for certain birds but these 3 looks nice

 

 

Cheers

Yes they are related, Lot 266 Mother is Lot 333 Grandmother. Lot 266 Has Tony Croft on the Fathers side, Lot 333 Father was NSW 2326 2006 Cobalt ( Tony Croft )

I Had these two together and have kept a spangle Cock.

Lot 331 Has the same Father as lot 266 and on the mothers side is 100% Tony Croft

Lot 166 Father is Lot 72, Mother is Lot 167 Bloodline ( Hannington/ Veltymer) Lot 74 and 75 are Nest mates to this cock.

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