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Are you looking for a hard to bird breed of bird? Tell me what you are looking for. 95% of the time I can find you a breeder here in the USA. There is no fee, Just trying to share my knowledge. (My wife says I don't have that much to share.)

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-- grant (, July 19, 2001


I am looking for an additional source for La Fleche and a sorce for Chantecler. Can you help? Dianne

-- Dianne (, July 20, 2001.

Diane. Sand Hill Preservation Center (563-246-2299) Has 3 colors (white, buff, & partridge), but limited numbers of Chantecler chickens.

Grant. I'm trying to find Buff Cornish (dark, white, & white laced red being fairly easy to get). I can make do with banty's but would prefer standard size. This color is listed in the breed book but I'm unable to locate any even with the help of a poultry forum.



-- animalfarms (IN) (, July 20, 2001.

From the information I have in the National Poultry Improvement Plan (NPIP) 2001 Directory of participants, I found the following breeders

Buff Cornish (bantam) Richard L.Rieken Box 21 Clarks Nebraska 68628

Paul Kuhl 43 Kuhl Road Flemington New Jersey 08822

La Fleche Marvin Babb 218 Texas Woodward Oklahoma 73801

Chanteclers, Partridge Ralph Wright 4402 Bryton Road Plant City Florida 33565

Chanteclers, White Mike Tolka 1731 Boone State Road Odin Illinois 62870

-- grant (, July 20, 2001.

Hi, I'm looking for a type of dove that can be trained to return to its roost after releasing. Do you know a kind like that? Thanks a bunch!

-- Katie Frost (, July 25, 2001.

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