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    Grist Grady bloodline....

    is it oriental?????

    does it still exist today?????

    interesting bloodline that partly created the roundheads.....and gave us the side stepping style...




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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    no its not oriental, have not seen ads for it .

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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    The side stepping came from the roundhead (asil) side. The Grist Grady adds the in-fighting ability...

    Below is what the late HH Cowan said about Grist Grady, when he was making his Cowan roundheads:

    ...studied them closely, and finally reached the conclusion that their ability to strike rapidly and efficiently from any angle when in close quarters could be improved upon. Knowing this quality to be one of the outstanding characteristics of the Grist Grady, their foundation stock, I made a fresh infusion of this old reliable blood.
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    GRIST CHAMPIONS..(GRIST GRADY)

    ORIGINATED BY COLONEL F.E. GRIST OF FORT GAINES,THEY CONTAIN THE BLOOD THE CLAIBORNE,SHAWLNECK,WARHORSE AND RED QUILL.THE COCKS ARE IN COLOR MOSTLY A BRIGHT RED WITH DARK BREAST.SOME FEW COME PUMPKIN RED.THE HENS ARE BUFF AND LIGHT BROWN.THEY HAVE A DARK OR
    GREENISH LEG,RED EYES AND STRAIGHT COMB.COCKS RUN IN WEIGHT FROM 4:12 TO 6:00 WITH OCCASIONALLY A SHAKE.THEY ARE MOSTLY A SPARRING FOWL,BUT WILL LET OUT SOME AWFUL SHUFFLES WHEN CAUGHT IN A TIGHT PLACE.THIS STRAIN WAS THE FAVORITE OF COL.GRIST.......

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    Does it exist..who has this now...any Idea...


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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    Let's dig this out again.... can somebody say something about this bloodline?

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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    Col. Grist made the famous Joe Redmond Greys.

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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    It is one of the old families, gone with the wind. I would be skeptical of any so called Grist Gradys existing in 2013

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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    I know a guy that still has the Grist Gradys...he is probably in his 90's now...still pretty decenct birds last time i dealt with him but that was 20 years ago but i know he still raises them

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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    I know its off topic, but since where talking about an old line .. Has anyone heard of a line Called Ruble Gable ?

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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    Quote Originally Posted by Bama Warrior View Post
    I know a guy that still has the Grist Gradys...he is probably in his 90's now...still pretty decenct birds last time i dealt with him but that was 20 years ago but i know he still raises them
    can you give some descriptions on how they look like?

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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    They are a light red color... not lemon necked...straight combed and yellow legged medium stationed...I had some from this guy in the early 90s..they were good birds...I know he still raises them

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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    I got a grist grady hen, shes sittin on 11 eggs, shes real light brown almost a spangled color

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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    The guy who made them is a famous first citizen in Ft. Gaines, Georgia. I know they went into other breeds but I have never seen them pure in many years messing with birds. Did see som Grimmes (grim-ee's) another old brownred type family. Haven't seen those in several years though. Hammond Gordon is the last Old, Old Breed that I saw that could still compete or maybe I should say people were showing them. For the Lk in Filipino shows Hammonds are awesome bred the correct way. I think the Grist Grady originator had Hammond Gordons also. yfis GC

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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    The Grist Grady blood has been infused into many families of fowl and has been absolved by those new lines. In the various families of fowl they credit the dirty feet and sometimes blue legs to the Grist Grady blood.

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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    Quote Originally Posted by Bama Warrior View Post
    They are a light red color... not lemon necked...straight combed and yellow legged medium stationed...I had some from this guy in the early 90s..they were good birds...I know he still raises them
    Supposedly back when Col. Grist had them, they came both YLs & WLs.
    Also, read that W. Allen had used the YL hens under the Dr. Saunders YL RH cock. That HH Cowan, had used a YL Grist Grady cock to infuse into his Alabama RHs (Allen RHs infused with Gull WH). That CC Lundy, used WL GG hens under Allen Rh cocks to develop the Lundy Rh strain.

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    Re: Grist Grady bloodline....

    Quote Originally Posted by ClaretHatch View Post
    The Grist Grady blood has been infused into many families of fowl and has been absolved by those new lines. In the various families of fowl they credit the dirty feet and sometimes blue legs to the Grist Grady blood.
    I read otherwise about the dirty feet & slate colored feet. There are claims that they come from the Cripple Tony hens, Wm. Allen got from a Mr. Vines from E.
    Texas. Allen supposedly used the same Dr. Saunders Rh cock or cocks to develop the mainly YL Allen Rh strain & the then slate legged Cripple Tony Rh.
    strain.

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