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Grey stag Satsumadori and Irish cross
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TC(UK)


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Location: lancashire (uk)
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this boy is sixlb in weight
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Keywords: Grey stag Satsumadori Irish cross
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atkinsonpyle
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July 9, 2009 6:00am Rating: 10.00 

Ive got a grey sumatra
this is a good looking bird
are the like shamos pit wise?
TC(UK)
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July 9, 2009 6:56am

No my friend steel birds light and fast they seem to be doing real well in pits in France!!!
TOMOCO
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July 9, 2009 12:31pm Rating: 10.00 

you have some VERY nice birds TC(UK)

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Victory is always possible for the one who refuses to stop fighting. :D YFIS TOM
atkinsonpyle
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July 10, 2009 12:10pm

croses allways end up worse then the pures
there was a main held back iin the 1860 or soming like that
there were 8 battles between indian/english crosses vs pure english 6/8 of the victorys went to the pure bred english birds





this is still a great looking GAME fowl
TC(UK)
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July 11, 2009 12:30am

I think at some time that was true but the english birds here now are not the same in my view and some strong Irish lines have been kept out of the way and not lost thats why I keep my Irish I know where they came from and I my self have had them for thirty years as for the cross it has always been done and is still seen alot in thre Irish pits!
atkinsonpyle
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July 11, 2009 2:43am

i suppose so but the so called "american" lines are closer to the orinal english fowl


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