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    Hugh Norman Lacy 2009 stags

    Sparring = EAA (yellow gloves) v Jimmy East (red gloves)

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    Quote Originally Posted by EAA Indians
    Hugh Norman Lacy 2009 stags

    Sparring = EAA (yellow gloves) v Jimmy East (red gloves)

    http://www.youtube.com/user/eaacowbo.../0/JCqvzS1goTM
    Nice Rh stags!

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    Nice Rh stags!
    mark call me..............

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    anybody here knows who owns that gamefarm on I-65 soundbound by the stateline of ky and tn its on the ky side

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Everett
    mark call me..............
    I picked a fine day not ta call ya huh? LOL! I'd call ya now if I knew you were up this late....

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipspur
    Nice Rh stags!
    thanks... basically, my EAA Lacy is a combination of several Lacys because our old Lacy was getting too small from decades of inbreeding and line breeding. Also, to retain the Lacy bloodlines and create a hybrid Lacy (for more vigor, better station and body conformation, etc.).

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    Quote Originally Posted by EAA Indians
    thanks... basically, my EAA Lacy is a combination of several Lacys because our old Lacy was getting too small from decades of inbreeding and line breeding. Also, to retain the Lacy bloodlines and create a hybrid Lacy (for more vigor, better station and body conformation, etc.).
    I'm glad it worked out so well for you... I tried an infusion for my old Woods Lacy's... I got a beautiful stag in, he looked to be just perfect for what I needed... the offspring off of him & 2 hens ( single mated ) were terrible... lite icey blue eyes, 1/2 came straight combed & their health was not what you would expect from an infusion... they were all discarded. On the other hand, I got a Grey hen & infused her into my old Grey family & so far, the offspring exceed my expectations. Just goes ta show... ya never know, till ya know

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipspur
    I'm glad it worked out so well for you... I tried an infusion for my old Woods Lacy's... I got a beautiful stag in, he looked to be just perfect for what I needed... the offspring off of him & 2 hens ( single mated ) were terrible... lite icey blue eyes, 1/2 came straight combed & their health was not what you would expect from an infusion... they were all discarded. On the other hand, I got a Grey hen & infused her into my old Grey family & so far, the offspring exceed my expectations. Just goes ta show... ya never know, till ya know
    your closing statement old buddy is chicken breedin in a nutshell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipspur
    I'm glad it worked out so well for you... I tried an infusion for my old Woods Lacy's... I got a beautiful stag in, he looked to be just perfect for what I needed... the offspring off of him & 2 hens ( single mated ) were terrible... lite icey blue eyes, 1/2 came straight combed & their health was not what you would expect from an infusion... they were all discarded. On the other hand, I got a Grey hen & infused her into my old Grey family & so far, the offspring exceed my expectations. Just goes ta show... ya never know, till ya know
    I do not know if my partner in the states still kept the George Wood Lacy. I'll ask him and if he has a stag or cock to spare, you can talk to him. I shipped most of the GW to PI.

    Once, we crossed the GW to the Hugh Norman and we fought them at Slidel, Lousiana and we met Dee Cox 3 times against their Roundheads. Our score was 2W-1D.

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    I do not know if my partner in the states still kept the George Wood Lacy. I'll ask him and if he has a stag or cock to spare, you can talk to him. I shipped most of the GW to PI.

    Once, we crossed the GW to the Hugh Norman and we fought them at Slidel, Lousiana and we met Dee Cox 3 times against their Roundheads. Our score was 2W-1D.
    Thanks Brutha! I've just about lost the Woods blood... I have a touch of it left here, but I sent my most viable birds to a friend of mine in south Texas hoping that he can raise several so that we can select some nice ones...

    The Woods Lacy / Hugh Norman Lacy crosses have a very good potential for being exellent birds. Years ago I let a fella have a trio of my Woods Rh's... he crossed the cock over his Hugh Norman Rh's & litterally tore em up at the pits... he won COY at 3 different small time pits... the same season LOL!

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    Re: Hugh Norman Roundhead

    bump......bump.......bump.......

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    i used for infusion for my hugh normans......



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    I Have Longleafs High Normans..i Would Not Own Any Other Unless They Were Dan Greys....and He Is Not In The Business Any More.

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    Any american Breeder here in U.S.A. still breeds the authenthic Hugh Norman Roundheads?? Please PM me for tel.# and Name of the Breeder. Thank you.

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    Re: Hugh Norman Roundhead

    I got mine in central valley about 4 years ago.

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    Re: Hugh Norman Roundhead

    Did Hugh Norman raise the Cripple Tony RH line?

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    My 7/8's Lacy Roundhead Stag (Hugh Norman - Sidney Kinsaul origin) Fought in the recently concluded NFGB 11 Stag Bakbakan 2013 Derby 3 Stag elims last Nov. 13, 2013 at Texas Cockpit Arena. These Lacy's scored a perfect 3 wins in the elims.... they can be fought inbred. I had them since 1993.

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    I still raise the Authentic Hugh Norman RH. Direct from Hugh in the mid 70's.

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    Cliff King

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    Quote Originally Posted by C_King View Post
    I still raise the Authentic Hugh Norman RH. Direct from Hugh in the mid 70's.

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    Cliff, do you get any green legs out of your especially when crossing on things other than green legged fowl?

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    [QUOTE=Keoni;4515675]Cliff, do you get any green legs out of your especially when crossing on things other than green legged fowl?[/QUOT

    I have used this line since Hugh sent them to me in the mid 70's and have never gotten a GL. I will say, I got my first blue Leg last year and am going to use these in cross breeding. I remember Hugh telling me that if bred tightly long enough I could get a Blue leg. I have never got a ST comb. Some that breed the norman line they get a ST comb.

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    Question on the Hugh Norman Roundheads, what is in their makeup that throws the blue legs? I have looked thru all the threads on Sabong and have not read what genetically causes this....but I could have missed it. Any information would be appreciated.

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    I bread a George Woods lacy to a George Lay lacy and got a blue legged stag I started to cull im but he looks nice I would have never thought this out of roundheads its the first I ever saw.

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    Like Cliff I have had my Norman Lacys and the Cripple Tonys since 1970. My Lacy family has never thrown a straight comb chicken and come 100% white legs . Hugh sold a lot of cross roundheads for pure ones. That's where the blue legs are coming from. Two friends of mine ordered from him they both got several blue legs.

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    Thanks for the info on the blue legs. I don't have any that way but do have a few yellow leg ones. Mine are small and I bred bud have worlds of show ability. Dynamite comes in small packages.

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