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    i have puerto rican toppies and would like to find others with good game head hunter birds. would also like to have a small head hunting asil to grade into these toppies. all i have now is a hamlin asil that is a body cutter but i might try it anyhow, what ya think

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    Albert Sanchez in Florida has the best Toppies I have ever seen.
    Truly Game and they CUT!!!
    I have been active with Postiza fowl for 25 years and I know good toppies when I see them.

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    thats were i got mine, but would like more

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    call hector cruz from ny.he has awsome proven spanish direct from puerto rico.with all the- back ground info you need.1-914-513-7479

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    hey thanx, the toppies i got from Al really got me interested in these birds and he has been very helpful

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    Al Sanchez has a good line of White Toppies..honest to goodness chicken man.

    John.....Asil/Spanish would be a good choice.

    Bred by GS here in South Florida....half Cuban/half Rampuri asil.Two of his brothers were shipped to Puerto Rico last week.


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    fine lookin bird there civil. is this asil over cuban hen? i got to take some pics of my toppie, he is my favorite.

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    Hello Everyone After years of trying to Log in here I finally got in. My Name is Al Sanchez I live in Florida and I raise Head Hunter Fino birds in Toppies. Anyone Else here Raise Toppies??

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    Who has very good small Cubans? Looking for a cross for the 1" gaff and under 3.00 pounds. Thanks

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    Re: postiza fowl

    Just curious, what's the average weight range for Postiza show fowl? Thanks.

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    Under 3lbs.?? Good Luck. Its very hard to get a bird under 3.6 matched these days... You will not find any real Cubans that Cock out under 3lbs. Unless they are really inbred...
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    Who has very good small Cubans? Looking for a cross for the 1" gaff and under 3.00 pounds. Thanks

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    A Conditioned Postiza bird weights are from 3.4 to 3.14 anything under or over those weights would be hard to get matched . With 4.lbs and over you would be matching in to Pavas (Oriental Grades) and anything under 3.4lbs you would be hard pressed to find someone at the pits to match that weight unless you are willing to give up some weight at the scales..
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    Just curious, what's the average weight range for Postiza show fowl? Thanks.

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    Thanks for the kind words my Friend.. yf Al Sanchez
    Quote Originally Posted by Cajun_Agimat View Post
    Albert Sanchez in Florida has the best Toppies I have ever seen.
    Truly Game and they CUT!!!
    I have been active with Postiza fowl for 25 years and I know good toppies when I see them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Sanchez View Post
    Under 3lbs.?? Good Luck. Its very hard to get a bird under 3.6 matched these days... You will not find any real Cubans that Cock out under 3lbs. Unless they are really inbred...
    I have a few that are very small. They will be used to cross for small bird shows. I was just wondering if you ever came up with unusually small pure birds.

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    Good to see you on here Al

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    Yes I get some small ones from 3rd or 4th generation line bred matings, But they are Culled unless they are very good and then they are only used to outcroos from within my own flock, then I dispose of them..
    Quote Originally Posted by DenDog View Post
    I have a few that are very small. They will be used to cross for small bird shows. I was just wondering if you ever came up with unusually small pure birds.

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    Thank you Trueedge I just thought I would come here and Learn something from All these Fine Gentlemen on this Forum..
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    Good to see you on here Al

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    Are natural spurs sharp or blunted and do they use gloves or tape and has anybody ever really tried pure american against pure orientals in both shows or the grades or is it just assumed that becuz they are polar opposites when pure that they cant go pure cuz i personally would like to do some natural heel with pure americans and grades and id like to fight two pure asils in gaff and knife just to see the outcome and then fight mixed between pure asil and pure americans in all the shows and id like to see the spanish birds in that mix too i think we might all be surprised to see that it wasnt as one sided as we thought itd be and then again ive been wrong before but id still love to see the show

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    Thank you my Friend for the Kind words. I pray all is well with you and your Loved Ones. yf Al Sanchez
    Quote Originally Posted by Cajun_Agimat View Post
    Albert Sanchez in Florida has the best Toppies I have ever seen.
    Truly Game and they CUT!!!
    I have been active with Postiza fowl for 25 years and I know good toppies when I see them.

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    Friend: Sharp natural spurs in naked heel.. Why reinvent the Wheel?? Breed for the heel you show in. To be honest with you. American breeds can not take the constant head shots that are played in the Postiza, And With that being said, The Postiza Birds cant take the constant Body shots that are played in the Gaffs and Knives. Thus my comment of " breed for the heel you show in" and Don't try to reinvent the Wheel.. Hope you understand what I am trying to say..
    Quote Originally Posted by outlaw420 View Post
    Are natural spurs sharp or blunted and do they use gloves or tape and has anybody ever really tried pure american against pure orientals in both shows or the grades or is it just assumed that becuz they are polar opposites when pure that they cant go pure cuz i personally would like to do some natural heel with pure americans and grades and id like to fight two pure asils in gaff and knife just to see the outcome and then fight mixed between pure asil and pure americans in all the shows and id like to see the spanish birds in that mix too i think we might all be surprised to see that it wasnt as one sided as we thought itd be and then again ive been wrong before but id still love to see the show
    Last edited by Al Sanchez; November 21st, 2013 at 09:37 AM. Reason: Spelling

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    Hi guys, this fowl have no conditioning, and its the second part of it since the first spar the camara looks blury, this video took place in a legal country. just wanted to share power an head hits.
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLcDDdqE7-I"]Otro tope - YouTube[/ame]

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    I heard this from my friend they are fiber not sure what kind of fiber but the same they make eye glasses frames, they belong to my friend since is illegal to own this in the USA

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    That looks a bit long TM, What length is it?

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    Terrier-Man, is that a sword or do you have small hands? lol
    Last edited by papa1969; November 22nd, 2013 at 10:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by papa1969 View Post
    Terrier-Man, is that a sword or do you have small hands? lol
    Viva la Raza……..… ….

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    I recommend you guys to go read this article by Sentenciador. It is pretty good.

    http://www.sabong.net.ph/forum/showthread.php?t=77748

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrier-Man View Post
    Hi Guys it is about five and a half inches long or 140 millimeters long. LOL
    Yeah that's a bit too long for my liking.. Looks good though... Im sure it gets the job done pretty quickly...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Sanchez View Post
    Hello Everyone After years of trying to Log in here I finally got in. My Name is Al Sanchez I live in Florida and I raise Head Hunter Fino birds in Toppies. Anyone Else here Raise Toppies??
    hi Al, I was in Daniels house yesterday helping move this year stags and making new holding pens, I told him you say hello he also says Hi, suddenly 2, 3 months old stags got away and decide to greet each other. This years stags had to be apart very early, things are looking good around the farm we just waiting for new feathers.
    take care bud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrier-Man View Post


    Great to win Fast........!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Morning Renso: Good to hear that D.R. is doing well... Yes I know the feeling of young two month old stags Busting each other up.. seems like every year I have to Separate mine younger & younger. Wishing you and D.R. all the best this coming season. I already have all mine in Puerto Rico for the 2014 season.. Take care my Friend.. yf Al Sanchez
    Quote Originally Posted by realgame View Post
    hi Al, I was in Daniels house yesterday helping move this year stags and making new holding pens, I told him you say hello he also says Hi, suddenly 2, 3 months old stags got away and decide to greet each other. This years stags had to be apart very early, things are looking good around the farm we just waiting for new feathers.
    take care bud.
    Renso

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