oh my God I'm so sorry... no sir,I'm perfectly contented with what they posted,only looking and leaving something to choice. anyway thank you very much for the info sir tebs God bless you and your family...daevan
please post more pics.............
STUART YLEG HATCH THE REAL ONES
ANOTHER STUART YLH
Let me share a little bit of what I know about the Clarence Stewart Hatch (may not be 100% accurate but this is what I was told about them). Clarence got his birds from Jack Walton - those are the dark red, Yellow Legged Waltons known as the bonecrushers (these are the original bonecrusher hatch). It was either Massey or Paul Harvey that coined the word bonecrusher. The cocks are yellow legged and some of the pullets came green legged and the old timers who acquired them would breed toward YL or GL depending on what they like, but basically they were of the same blood. Even Sanford hatch the originator preferred and showed the YLs and not the GL ones that he is famous for now. But going back to the Stewarts, Ray Hoskins and Clarence, both from Texas, are very closed friends, they are like brothers. They shared and exchanged brood materials and these birds now come mostly PC, YL, some are lighter reds with white streamers on tails and wings and white underhackles (Ray also kept the dark red color from the original stewart/waltons, so the Hoskins now comes both light red, lemon hackled and also dark wine red). Someone here said that they look like Oakgrove hatch. Yes, because Gene Browne (Oakgrove) got his YLH from his family doctor Doc Robinson and Doc Robinson got his first ones from Clarence Stewart..
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[QUOTE=Radargf;3805925]hello bro tebs how are you?maybe this one is not real stuart ylh no white streamers
original nene abello stuart yellow leg hatch 2x winner (1x in cadelaria)
oks lng sir,, in peace of mind , tnx..
very good stewart you got, very good producer ..
I agree 100%. YLMs and the Stewarts maybe a lot different now than what they used to be when Clarence and Ray were breeding them. Although there maybe a few old timers who are keeping them as close as possible to the originals (i.e., physical traits and overall ability), most breeders of these lines now will breed according to their liking .
The Stewart I got from Jerry Dupree according to him are his Oakgrove family. My own YLH family now is heavy on Stewart blood. The stags come dark wine red with white streamers on tails, they have sleeker body conformation than the YLMs and some have smaller heads. All the hens are light wheaten in color with some white on feathers. Gene's YLMs have wider backs, bigger boned and they come both light red, lemon hackled and also wine red in color and dark hackled. The hens can come wheaten and dark red (partridge?). I have some of Gene's birds posted in my gallery. Gene still keeps the Stewart line he got from Ray and would cross the YLM with Stewart from time to time.
Here is a Hoskins - Stewart young stag he gifted me earlier this year. He's on heavy moult now so I'm posting his older picture.
Some older pictures of my YLH (Stewarts).
Stuart x Possum - Bakbakan banded
Stuart x Possum - Bakbakan banded
Harry, the first one that looks spangled is a Hoskins-Stewart blend from Gene. I'm planning to breed him into my existing YLH family next season to put more Hoskins blood into mine. Would also love to have some spangled YLMs (my inbred YLHs when bred to my red Albany would throw spangled offsprings and I'm thinking I probably have a better chance of getting spangles with this stag). Btw, your Stewart rooster looks awesome.
Thanks again guys!
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SPAR OF SOME STUART
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjOpPlghFLU"]DARK STUART YLH VS LIGHT STUART YLEG HATCH - YouTube[/ame]
How about Herman Pinnon's YLH guys, any feedbacks?
Stuart/Stewart YLH Cross Broodstag
just share my norman rockwell f1 pure stuart YLH from a friend...
just wanna share my f1 stuart..
The Stuart Hatch I have from Rockwell Game farm are dark red with white underhackle, beautiful station gamefowL.