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    oscar atkins (bull run farm)

    Does anyone have any of his fowl are they good? What are his prices and contact info thanks

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    1500 a trio..oscar akins actually..615.476.2633.. hope this will help in a way..

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    I really like his Black Butchers alot

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    His fowl arent as good as they used to be son, save your money and ill put you in touch with someone who has what u want better than oscar has. pm me.

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    A friend of mine had his bluface hatch years ago,the cock was nothing impressive but all the offspring were awesome.As for the quality of his fowl now i wouldnt know.I always heard he had good butchers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotcocker View Post
    His fowl arent as good as they used to be son, save your money and ill put you in touch with someone who has what u want better than oscar has. pm me.
    Have you ever been to oscars farm?You should ride up and see him some time you may be suprised.

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    Re: oscar atkins (bull run farm)

    Ive seen oscar fight everwhere, from arizona to sunset. His fowl are still very good.

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    i got a trio from him,the hens and the rooster were all marked the same.the offspring would sull after just a few pittings.like hotcocker said save your money.

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    not 2 talk about the guy bout i know a guy the knows him very well cant say his name his mcleans are ok but the rest are par.

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    I have been to his farm, and it is a beautiful show place. The land, facilities, trees, teepees and and barrels are as good a set up as i have ever seen. The fowl were all taken well care of. When i chose my stag, i picked from well over 500 stags. I got what i wanted. as always i recommend that you go to the man's place and see for yourself. ask questions, use the power of selection. Then proceed slowly.

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    Where is his farm located?

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    his marsh butchers are great but his bluefaces have proven themselves to be winners. thanks for the help of HB and Mamie Lacson we were able to acquire the brood materials. theyve been shown pure before w/ good win%. but i like them better crossed. fis

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    Oscar's farm is in the Springfield area, probably has some of the BEST breeds alive....I would suggest U go and select, therefore U will not be getting second hand fowl thru someone else that got there's from him or someone who was supposed to got them direct. If they do not suit U then U do not have to purchase. His Butcher started from Red, he and Harold Brown fought all over the cocking world and won much. As with ANYONE who sells there fowl, if U sale long enough, there will be good and bad REVIEWS...don't be fooled, HE does have good fowl, all the best in obtaining them and once U have them they are yours to breed, from there it is up to U.......

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    Oscar's Hatch fowl were good enough for Mule Train to want to raise. Oscar got them off Richard Bates , who got them off Kemper Marley.... I'd say they most certainly have the history to back up the pedigree.
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    i seen oscar show some a couple years ago, his mugs good l/k, his hatch/butcher good s/k

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    man oscar has showed all over the world and has done very well

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    Last time I saw Oscar show was around 6 yrs. ago in Baja California. Two 7 cocks mains in two days. He went 14W straight with no losses all where Hatch/Greys.

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    I know he is a sore loser we met him at a seven cock when legal beat him and he threw the money on the ground and walked off

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    Can someone give me an idea regarding oscar's regular grey? Can they win in longknife?

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    When legal what was his best cross for the Mexican show

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROY61479 View Post
    Can someone give me an idea regarding oscar's regular grey? Can they win in longknife?
    i would say you would have to cross with something. i have the shorty reg.greys and they show best in the g.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw greys View Post
    I know he is a sore loser we met him at a seven cock when legal beat him and he threw the money on the ground and walked off
    I saw Oscar show a couple of years ago,he had 5 entries and they were in the G.he showed real good,he did not win the derby,but they were good fowl for the G.he won more than he lost and i think he was a sore loser.

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    If you saw Oscar throw the money on the ground and walk off, then that was being a bad sport. I do not dispute that statement. But, I have faught against him and around him for many, many years and he was always a gentleman.
    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw greys View Post
    I know he is a sore loser we met him at a seven cock when legal beat him and he threw the money on the ground and walked off

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    Well.. anybody.who can share pictures of Oscar Akins 's fowls... I wondering how are they in this last years...
    his hatchs, greys, bucherts... always be great in SK...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Ray View Post
    If you saw Oscar throw the money on the ground and walk off, then that was being a bad sport. I do not dispute that statement. But, I have faught against him and around him for many, many years and he was always a gentleman.
    It was a large bet and it knocked him out of the derby i guess it could have just been frustration but ive never failed to shake a mans hand when the pittin is done one way or another

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    This is an Aikins Butcher I owned a few years back. I lost him to thieves. This bird won one of the quickest fights I have ever seen. We ordered 5 stags over the phone fought four 3 wins and a loss, good birds. Although, the fifth bird we did not fight was a hunchback. but they could fight so no complaints..

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    This is an Aikins Butcher I owned a few years back. I lost him to thieves. This bird won one of the quickest fights I have ever seen. We ordered 5 stags over the phone fought four 3 wins and a loss, good birds. Although, the fifth bird we did not fight was a hunchback. but they could fight so no complaints..
    good looking good morniing

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    Re: oscar atkins (bull run farm)

    oscar atkin...oscar atkins... oscar aikins..........do this name refer to the same person?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rialog View Post
    oscar atkin...oscar atkins... oscar aikins..........do this name refer to the same person?

    Oscar Akins is the owner of Bull Run Farm.

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    how about the roundhead of oscar akins??? are they good? any info about his rounhead?

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