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    Irish Pyles

    I've never owned blues before, never wanted them.... I recieved my Bishop/Kate Irish Pyle from Slipspur and to say the least I'm very pleased. I interested to see how he goes with my H.H. Moore Claret and my Hugh Norman roundheads.

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    This year I'll be starting w/ blues,first time to breed this bloodline.I got mine from J.Gravett w/c are J.Chandler bloodline,good looking fowls.I both spoke w/ these guys and they say they cross well with sweaters and hatch..

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    I hope he does ya some good Mike... I'm going to continue breeding the Pyles to my Greys, but I'm also going to breed one to the Lacy Rh's I got from you.... they should be awesome!

    Pyle/Grey cock coming out of the molt...

    Last edited by slipspur; December 5th, 2008 at 10:27 AM.

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    For you that love the feel a good body, these Pyles have outstanding bodies. A friend came over and saw the Pyle, he said "what the hell is this"...I just handed the cock to him and he smiled...and said damn I didn't expect this....what a rooster.

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    Yes, these Pyles are deceiving... I'd seen em on Dales son's yard... seen em spar too... but never layed hands on one. Then I saw em on Dales yard... then Dales son won some derbys with the crosses... I still just didn't concider em... then I finally got one in my hands while helping Dale dub... to get one in yer hands is enough to make ya want em fer sure. I'm very fond of em.

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    Slip that was a good looking bird. I liked um.

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    Quote Originally Posted by slipspur
    I hope he does ya some good Mike... I'm going to continue breeding the Pyles to my Greys, but I'm also going to breed one to the Lacy Rh's I got from you.... they should be awesome!

    Pyle/Grey cock coming out of the molt...


    SLIPSPUR,,,SIR WILL YOU PLEASE SEND SOME PICTURE OF

    YOUR PURE PYLE TO arturomutya@yahoo.com I NEVER HAD A

    FOWL LIKE THIS BUT I HEARD A LOT ABOUT THIS BIRD. IF SPMETHING

    COME UP AND I GONNA NEED ONE,CAN I ORDER FROM YOU?

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    Quote Originally Posted by slipspur
    I hope he does ya some good Mike... I'm going to continue breeding the Pyles to my Greys, but I'm also going to breed one to the Lacy Rh's I got from you.... they should be awesome!

    Pyle/Grey cock coming out of the molt...

    http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j2...e/DSC00246.jpg
    sir slipspur,

    do you have pure pyle or blue, can you post more picture on this thread.

    thanks.

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    Quote Originally Posted by slipspur
    I hope he does ya some good Mike... I'm going to continue breeding the Pyles to my Greys, but I'm also going to breed one to the Lacy Rh's I got from you.... they should be awesome!

    Pyle/Grey cock coming out of the molt...

    http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j2...e/DSC00246.jpg
    Nice looking Pyle/Grey Coock Sir!

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    Re: Irish Pyles



    SLIPSPUR,,

    THE WAY I LOOK AT IT,IT'S LOW STATION FOWL

    OKAY IT'S, MEDIUM LOW TO LOW STATION,,AM I RIGTH?

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    i am just curious...why is it called irish pyle??...im here in ireland for 8 years now..and i havnt seen a pyle or even a fighting rooster before here....

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    Quote Originally Posted by burds_b
    i am just curious...why is it called irish pyle??...im here in ireland for 8 years now..and i havnt seen a pyle or even a fighting rooster before here....


    because they're originally irish...visit your local pub...you will see a bunch...they are white hackled and with good body conformation measuring usually at 34 23 36...

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    Quote Originally Posted by burds_b
    i am just curious...why is it called irish pyle??...im here in ireland for 8 years now..and i havnt seen a pyle or even a fighting rooster before here....
    Quote Originally Posted by kogmohon
    because they're originally irish...visit your local pub...you will see a bunch...they are white hackled and with good body conformation measuring usually at 34 23 36...
    kogs,
    hehe..kidding aside
    there is actually an estate near cork(south of dublin), ireland that still keeps this pyles(not from the backside). along with the silver duckwings and irish(orig)whitehackles.. yes you're right my good sir, i got wind of them when i stopped by a pub near cork, the family is quite landed and with a very heavy native accent.

    burds_b just like here in the UK, the old English Game(OEG) and the English Dom still flourish in the countrysides, and they are bred for the gaff.. if you really look for them..you will find more than you are ready to believe(i suggest taking some pills first..hehe)..

    don't always stay in the kitchen you wont find a bed there.. go around the house..the neighbourhood..
    i think i still have post code of the Normans.

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    Quote Originally Posted by artbozon
    SLIPSPUR,,

    THE WAY I LOOK AT IT,IT'S LOW STATION FOWL

    OKAY IT'S, MEDIUM LOW TO LOW STATION,,AM I RIGTH?

    Nope, yer wrong. These Irish Pyles come a medium to medium high station... some I'd even call high stationed... like this baby stag...

    http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j2...DSC09907-1.jpg

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    Quote Originally Posted by burds_b
    i am just curious...why is it called irish pyle??...im here in ireland for 8 years now..and i havnt seen a pyle or even a fighting rooster before here....
    Some awesome fowl came out of Ireland... they were very good breeders. Most American fowl were originally from either England or Ireland. Ireland gave us Whitehackles, Pyles, Brown Reds, Muffs, Toppies & Henny's... being of Irish decent, I love the Irish fowl.

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    I took this pic about 30 seconds before he started dropping his feathers, so he looks like crap... but... it does show his station... not " low " at all...

    http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j2...DSC09559-2.jpg

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    I think the problem is some people don't know what station is ..it's the position of the legs on the body, not the length.

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    They are very similar in station to the old Murphy Whitehackles, which are great roosters and excellent for crossing. The Murphys also have great body conformation.
    Last edited by TIMEX; February 17th, 2009 at 02:40 AM.

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    This is Mike Everretts Irish Pyle cock...

    http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j2...t/DSC00706.jpg

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    Quote Originally Posted by slipspur
    This is Mike Everretts Irish Pyle cock...

    http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j2...t/DSC00706.jpg


    handsome PYLE , nice to cross with my DOM hen and GREEKFIRE WH hen , for off color stag derby .hehehehehehee

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    No promises... but I'm going to attempt to raise several pure ones this season... I sho gotta get Mike a female or 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipspur
    No promises... but I'm going to attempt to raise several pure ones this season... I sho gotta get Mike a female or 2.
    Looking forward to them..I've had this cock a couple or three months now and like him more each day....

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    Quote Originally Posted by kogmohon
    because they're originally irish...visit your local pub...you will see a bunch...they are white hackled and with good body conformation measuring usually at 34 23 36...

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    Quote Originally Posted by kogmohon
    because they're originally irish...visit your local pub...you will see a bunch...they are white hackled and with good body conformation measuring usually at 34 23 36...
    you're wrong kogs,those you see in pud dont have that much statistics at all......they usually 34 34 36.....beer and cider drinkers!!!

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    nice pyles...........................................

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    I dont know about marks pyles mike but benny bidwell had them and crossed them with whitehackles, white doms and kelso's and they all did well. The whitehackle/pyle cross won Benny the The big LK derbie at copperstate i believe 4 seperate times so as good of a reputation your clarets have they should make a great cross atleast on paper lol. Good luck and let us know.
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    Re: Irish Pyles

    Quote Originally Posted by slipspur View Post
    Some awesome fowl came out of Ireland... they were very good breeders. Most American fowl were originally from either England or Ireland. Ireland gave us Whitehackles, Pyles, Brown Reds, Muffs, Toppies & Henny's... being of Irish decent, I love the Irish fowl.
    Mr Charlie told me the Charlie Eidt Redquills originated in Ireland to me was best RQ fowl I ever had my hands on we won alot with them over the years they finally played out wish I still had them was in Mr Charlies family for 3 generations before I got them.IF They are a example of the Irish Fowl they got some good ones.-Jim

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    Re: Irish Pyles

    Slip- your pyles look just like mine ! Got some young ones on the ground that are Blue Sweaters. When i learn how to post pics here i'll show you some. They are the best looking fowl i got. Yes your right , they are High Station and will cut well. mine very strategically and will get you when he's ready but at same time are aggressive. Im crossing them on some Buzzsaw this year. Im expecting them to be very loud

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    Slip I have to say very impressive. Them pyles look great have ya ever tried crossing them on hatch?

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