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    kentucky hatch

    anyone who knows the kentucky hatch strain?

    . . . they say, this is the hottest line today and will dominate the cockpits just like the sweater lines. . .

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    well its a hatch bloodline anyway any bloodline can match it as long as it has good kinship.

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    ric"K"o

    great answer. . . never thought of that!



    anyone who breeds this kentucky line? what is their fighting style?

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    Kentucky Hatch

    Atlas,

    Rod of Gin Pilem farm in Frenchcamp California is breeding kentucky hatch --> http://www.angelfire.com/ca2/ginpilem/

    Tell Rod, Rom referred you to him. This is his e-mail --> DCR102@aol.com.

    Regards.

    Rom

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    Jim Young from Kentucky is responsible for the Kentucky Hatch. I don't know what he used to make them but the ones I had, and others I have seen, they look and fight like a Ruble Hatch. I have heard rumors that Doc. E.E. Robinson used Kentucky Hatch and crossed them on Albany to make the famous Doc. Robinson Hatch. Anyway, contact Jim or Keven Young from Kentucky for the complete story of the Kentucky Hatch.

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    Jim Young would be the best contact for the Kentucky Hatch. I'm not sure if he originated the line however.

    Either way, I was in Paducah in 1994 and visited Jim Young's farm several times. Jim Young is the salt of the earth and you'll never meet a finer man involved with this sport.

    I witnesed some of Jim's Kentucky Hatch in action at Sunset in the 1994 10-cock gaff derby that Johnny Jumper won (with green legged hatch-grey type fowl). Jim's Kentucky Hatch showed very game and were vicious fighters.

    No one will go wrong with Jim's Kentucky Hatch roosters.

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    Jim Young would be the best contact for the Kentucky Hatch. I'm not sure if he originated the line however.

    Either way, I was in Paducah in 1994 and visited Jim Young's farm several times. Jim Young is the salt of the earth and you'll never meet a finer man involved with this sport.

    I witnesed some of Jim's Kentucky Hatch in action at Sunset in the 1994 10-cock gaff derby that Johnny Jumper won (with green legged hatch-grey type fowl). Jim's Kentucky Hatch showed very game and were vicious fighters.

    No one will go wrong with Jim's Kentucky Hatch roosters.

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    Ten years ago...

    Hope his Kentucky hatch is as good as the other Kentucky hatch of today.

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    tanx for d info!






    Rom,

    il try to contact rod. . .

    tnx again

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    Re: kentucky hatch

    Quote Originally Posted by atlas
    anyone who knows the kentucky hatch strain?

    . . . they say, this is the hottest line today and will dominate the cockpits just like the sweater lines. . .
    i love them that is what we got

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    Re: kentucky hatch

    Quote Originally Posted by atlas
    ric"K"o

    great answer. . . never thought of that!



    anyone who breeds this kentucky line? what is their fighting style?
    man theys are beater then sweater we got a kentuky hatch keslo mix if you live in the usa and close to sc i will sell you one they are the badest chicken alive i have never lost with these blood

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    Quote Originally Posted by atlas
    anyone who knows the kentucky hatch strain?

    . . . they say, this is the hottest line today and will dominate the cockpits just like the sweater lines. . .
    I live in ky and there great fowl. Yes they will take over!!! We are coming soon . Chickenman86@yahoo.com

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    Info on kentuky hatch

    Just wonder if anybody knows who orignated them and who still breed and sells them the ones i have seen come red and white. thanks in advance

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    Re: Info on kentuky hatch

    I only ky hatch I know of are red an was raised by joe an jay goodie an was great fowl

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    Re: Info on kentuky hatch

    Ya the fowl im talkin about r not the jay goode hatch i forgot they was called kentuky hatch too

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    Re: Info on kentuky hatch

    being from ky the ky hatch we use to see around here were mainly made up of blueface.some buddies of mine had em crossed on kelso. back when it was legal hated to see em come in.i beleive you could chop off their head and they would still fight.

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    Re: Info on kentuky hatch

    That is the way the one i am referrin to r game to the core did they ever come white these come pea and straight comb

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    Re: Info on kentuky hatch

    not that i recall the pure ones were dark red green legs pea and straight comb.

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    Re: Info on kentuky hatch

    Quote Originally Posted by old school View Post
    I only ky hatch I know of are red an was raised by joe an jay goodie an was great fowl
    The Kentucky Hatch were not bred by Jay or Joe. It was developed by James Young of Kentucky. James knew the Goodes when he lived in Waco. They did contain some of Joe's Left Nose Hatch, they also had some of Doc Robinson and some blood from Joe's cousin Jack Anderson, that were called the "Allisons/Manfighters". James got these from his uncle Otis Stanford.

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    Re: Info on kentuky hatch

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Everett View Post
    The Kentucky Hatch were not bred by Jay or Joe. It was developed by James Young of Kentucky. James knew the Goodes when he lived in Waco. They did contain some of Joe's Left Nose Hatch, they also had some of Doc Robinson and some blood from Joe's cousin Jack Anderson, that were called the "Allisons/Manfighters". James got these from his uncle Otis Stanford.
    Did any of these fowl throw out white and green legged?

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    Re: Info on kentuky hatch

    what part of kentucky was james from?

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    Re: Info on kentuky hatch

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Everett View Post
    The Kentucky Hatch were not bred by Jay or Joe. It was developed by James Young of Kentucky. James knew the Goodes when he lived in Waco. They did contain some of Joe's Left Nose Hatch, they also had some of Doc Robinson and some blood from Joe's cousin Jack Anderson, that were called the "Allisons/Manfighters". James got these from his uncle Otis Stanford.
    Mike anything special about these Hatch?

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    Re: Info on kentuky hatch

    Quote Originally Posted by lurena View Post
    Mike anything special about these Hatch?
    I believe that Jim Young and James Pope won cocker of the Year at Sunset using these Hatch and Kelsos from Pete Barker. As you may have noticed I made a correction on the name, it is Jim not James.
    Last edited by Mike Everett; May 20th, 2011 at 04:48 AM.

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    Re: Info on kentuky hatch

    Sounds like it should be named Texas Hatch ,that were raised in Kent. lol

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    Re: Info on kentuky hatch

    that hatch/kelso cross was one of the best gaff birds i ever saw.i never knew where or how these ole boys got em.but they were tuff.

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    Re: Info on kentuky hatch

    up up up up up up!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: kentucky hatch

    I just wanted to bump this up! Havent heard anything about the Kentucky Hatch in while. Anybody still breeding this Hatch? Thanks

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    Re: kentucky hatch

    Joe Goode sent this blood to Jim Young to rasie for him when he as alive
    Now what type of hatch this was i have no idea but i am sure some of the boys from Waco area can tell you

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    Re: kentucky hatch

    Anybody else can give us the history of Kentucky Hatch?
    Who else is known for breeding this line of Hatch?

    I have a Kentucky/Givens that was gifted to me. The man who gave me this cock said that they had set this cross as a family for some years now. Everybody that sees him says he looks exactly as a Bluface should....

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    Re: kentucky hatch

    Does anybody have pics of their Kentucky Hatch hens/pullets?

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