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    Question George Foster Kelso's?

    Is Mr. George Foster still breeding KELSO'S? How would you compare this Kelso against the SHOWTIME KESLOS'S? Which would you prefer to use in the LONGKNIFE?

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    Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    lets hear from our cockmates who has experience on these lines. lets wait a little bit

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    Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    he is still breeding this time.

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    DONNIE WOODWARD's number anyone?this man got good butchers

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    Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    bebot uy of davao breeds this kind of kelsos.

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    I heard somebody from Canada used his birds and didn't do well.

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    Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    Quote Originally Posted by ROD610
    I heard somebody from Canada used his birds and didn't do well.
    i thinks thats not true my friend.we can clarify from this guy.this is a message from george just now ask me to post here.


    Kevin please respond for me on the Sabong.com The one that said the birds didn't do any good in Canada is full of crap the top man up there is whipping all the long knife men with them his name is Jock Martell all Phillipinos know his name up there I cannot get to where I can post on Sabong or I would respond direct

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    Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    I have a friend that has some george foster kelso's and he loves them.
    hes a good rooster man too.
    daredevil

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    Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    Quote Originally Posted by dale_eugenio
    DONNIE WOODWARD's number anyone?this man got good butchers
    ask george, i think he got those line

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    Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    Quote Originally Posted by dale_eugenio
    DONNIE WOODWARD's number anyone?this man got good butchers
    ask george i think he got those line for a few years now, i mean george of C&S Farm not george foster

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    Thumbs up Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    Can anyone here please give us a little history of Mr. George Foster's Kelso's? How many Families does he have of the kelso's? does he also raise other Fowls aside from Kelso's?

    Thanks Kevin for your input, highly appreciated.

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    Talking Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    Well,those Kelso's were fought and more than three ran away or quit! They were wine red, pea comb and yellow legged. I think Harry Well brought them to Canada.
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    WOW...THAT IS SERIOUS ACCUSATION MY FRIEND.....YOU MEAN mR. GEORGE KELSO'S CHICKEN RAN AWAY DURING A FIGHT????

    MR. GEORGE FOSTER IF YOU CAN READ THIS POSTING CAN YOU PLEASE GIVE US A HISTORY OF YOUR KELSO BLOODLINE?? SURELY APPRECIATE YOUR TIME....

    GOD BLESS

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    Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    Quote Originally Posted by ROD610
    Well,those Kelso's were fought and more than three ran away or quit! They were wine red, pea comb and yellow legged. I think Harry Well brought them to Canada.
    thats still a big question mark.are those straight kelso or crosses?did he got it direct from george f?
    Last edited by Kevin Oliver; February 10th, 2008 at 01:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROD610
    Well,those Kelso's were fought and more than three ran away or quit! They were wine red, pea comb and yellow legged. I think Harry Well brought them to Canada.
    Kuya Rod - how are you?
    personally, it is safe to say that I trust Foster Kelso @ 1/2 blood even if the other 1/2 is a junk blood.

    @ 1/4 I have not seen it run

    @ 3/4 - i have seen some friends put it back to their broodpen.
    They use the pullets of 3/4 to some good hatch blood or roundheads

    @ Davao Pits, it did a very good percentage for breeders
    same as Visayas area.

    This website did a lot of good things for breeders.

    I just realized in the past, its dictated by the big boys who they want to get famous based on their marketing stance. Both Good or Bad

    Now, its the chicken doing the talking for their breeders.

    almost 5 yrs of scouting this line.
    all worthwhile

    good day

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROD610
    Well,those Kelso's were fought and more than three ran away or quit! They were wine red, pea comb and yellow legged. I think Harry Well brought them to Canada.


    Hi ROD610

    How are you doing ? u are absolutely correct it was Harry wells who brought those kelso wine red YL. This Kelso were bred to Jacque Martell Kearney WH the outcome of the mating was tested in short heel. sad to say in one show 3 quit. out of disappointment the remaining 12 0r 14 cocks were sold among our kababayan for only $100. They were fought in the LK and as far as i know they all won impressively. This post were not intended to discredit individual but to reveal the truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthur1
    Hi ROD610

    How are you doing ? u are absolutely correct it was Harry wells who brought those kelso wine red YL. This Kelso were bred to Jacque Martell Kearney WH the outcome of the mating was tested in short heel. sad to say in one show 3 quit. out of disappointment the remaining 12 0r 14 cocks were sold among our kababayan for only $100. They were fought in the LK and as far as i know they all won impressively. This post were not intended to discredit individual but to reveal the truth.
    sir arthur

    truth always sets you free..

    Does Martell carry the sturm or a different WH?

    2 game chickens
    im curious

    good day

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    Quote Originally Posted by swtrhtch1925
    sir arthur

    truth always sets you free..

    Does Martell carry the sturm or a different WH?

    2 game chickens
    im curious

    good day


    Bloodline of Martell KWH originally came from bill croyle...no need to be alarm swtrhtch1925 just kidding...FIS..arthur1

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthur1
    Bloodline of Martell KWH originally came from bill croyle...no need to be alarm swtrhtch1925 just kidding...FIS..arthur1
    thank you arthur(no sir this time it sounds so medieval... hahaha)
    i know you are telling the truth.
    bec. someone accounted the wins after he let it go.
    good percentage if I may add.
    the ones that ran, truth or not
    i have so many chickens ran as well
    but not speedy fast run but "i was shocked hit and need to recover ran"
    a few won
    a few loss

    i am here not bec I carry Big G's line, but rather getting the truth behind it.
    I dont know Mr Martell but i end it up that those won in LK, which is what we are breeding.

    even with breeders
    no sugar coating
    no need to tap their backs and flatter them
    the best of them all like the stone cold TRUTH called feedback.

    Big G is good with feedbacks
    reason his linebreeding was so sucessful is bec. of feedbacks
    only a few breeders can make it pass 10 years and still good seeds breeding
    also very documented breeding.

    you can count them with your 2 hands.. only a few

    a straight comb good afternoon to you

    as my father always say to me, carry the cut, carry the game
    leave the name.

    some folks are in for branding bec it came from a known breeder
    some are bec it is so goooood...

    later
    Last edited by swtrhtch1925; February 10th, 2008 at 03:24 AM.

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    Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    Quote Originally Posted by swtrhtch1925
    Kuya Rod - how are you?
    personally, it is safe to say that I trust Foster Kelso @ 1/2 blood even if the other 1/2 is a junk blood.

    @ 1/4 I have not seen it run

    @ 3/4 - i have seen some friends put it back to their broodpen.
    They use the pullets of 3/4 to some good hatch blood or roundheads

    @ Davao Pits, it did a very good percentage for breeders
    same as Visayas area.

    This website did a lot of good things for breeders.

    I just realized in the past, its dictated by the big boys who they want to get famous based on their marketing stance. Both Good or Bad

    Now, its the chicken doing the talking for their breeders.

    almost 5 yrs of scouting this line.
    all worthwhile

    good day
    I agree with swtrhtch1925 the foster kelso are doing good in davao.. Some of my friends have this kind of lines and upto now they are still winning..

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    Quote Originally Posted by swtrhtch1925
    thank you arthur(no sir this time it sounds so medieval... hahaha)
    i know you are telling the truth.
    bec. someone accounted the wins after he let it go.
    good percentage if I may add.
    the ones that ran, truth or not
    i have so many chickens ran as well
    but not speedy fast run but "i was shocked hit and need to recover ran"
    a few won
    a few loss

    i am here not bec I carry Big G's line, but rather getting the truth behind it.
    I dont know Mr Martell but i end it up that those won in LK, which is what we are breeding.

    even with breeders
    no sugar coating
    no need to tap their backs and flatter them
    the best of them all like the stone cold TRUTH called feedback.

    Big G is good with feedbacks
    reason his linebreeding was so sucessful is bec. of feedbacks
    only a few breeders can make it pass 10 years and still good seeds breeding
    also very documented breeding.

    you can count them with your 2 hands.. only a few

    a straight comb good afternoon to you

    as my father always say to me, carry the cut, carry the game
    leave the name.

    some folks are in for branding bec it came from a known breeder
    some are bec it is so goooood...

    later





    Hi swtrhtch1925



    Mr. Martell won a 5cock LK using 3/4 foster kelso x 1/4 Gillman WH. I was informed by the person who pit the birds that they are just too good and can hold their ground against the best . FIS...arthur1

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    Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    Quote Originally Posted by arthur1
    Hi swtrhtch1925



    Mr. Martell won a 5cock LK using 3/4 foster kelso x 1/4 Gillman WH. I was informed by the person who pit the birds that they are just too good and can hold their ground against the best . FIS...arthur1
    you just shared what i think is the best combination for it.
    3/4 foster 1/4 (i think it should be a roundhead)
    Last edited by swtrhtch1925; February 10th, 2008 at 08:11 AM.

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    Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    Quote Originally Posted by arthur1
    Hi swtrhtch1925



    Mr. Martell won a 5cock LK using 3/4 foster kelso x 1/4 Gillman WH. I was informed by the person who pit the birds that they are just too good and can hold their ground against the best . FIS...arthur1
    sir arthur thanks for sharing some feedbacks about kelsos of george foster

    sir rod thanks for the call and sharing your thoughts about foster kelsos,will try to call you tomorrow.

    pre homer thanks for some feedbacks.

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    Kevin I called my friend in Canada and talked to him about this matter and was told this from him he had a previous lifelong friend that fed some roosters up there for him he told me that and I know it is true that he never won a derby with him feeding that he had the roosters sick and pulled down to nothing and in fact did have some stop fighting And he also told me that since he has taken back over the feeding of all fowls that using kelso and kelso crosses that he has won 12 derbies and has never had a single rooster act bad in any way For your information the breeding chickens that I sent were pretty intense bred because I knew that Jock is a breeder and knew how to handle those types of fowl. I will be the first to tell anyone that first and formost in my own programs that I breed for cutting ability above all and I never worry to much about dead game roosters we all strive for that special out cross of bloodlines that can help us win and I can say this much about my roosters is that they have helped many small time and big time roostermen in their breeding programs. I dont care what is being said I will continue to breed the same bloodlines that have had good success and if you desire you can enter this on the internet for all to see I dont care
    Your Friend
    George Foster


    as requested by george i post it but not to create more arguments but more on friendly discussions//yfis

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    Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tweety-Doo
    Is Mr. George Foster still breeding KELSO'S? How would you compare this Kelso against the SHOWTIME KESLOS'S? Which would you prefer to use in the LONGKNIFE?

    Thanks

    George still breeds Kelso (Wine Red YL/WL and Lemon Hackle). I have Showtime and Foster's Kelso when I was stationed in Guam. They both have some outstanding birds... I have scheduled some of my Foster's Kelso for Six Cock Derby at Rolligon on March, come see them fight under "Broken Arrow".

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    Quote Originally Posted by BROKEN ARROW
    George still breeds Kelso (Wine Red YL/WL and Lemon Hackle). I have Showtime and Foster's Kelso when I was stationed in Guam. They both have some outstanding birds... I have scheduled some of my Foster's Kelso for Six Cock Derby at Rolligon on March, come see them fight under "Broken Arrow". [/left]
    goodluck bro

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    Thanks Mr. Kevin Oliver for the information. I surely appreciate it. Maybe you can also give us a little background of the George F. Kelso how it originated/started by Mr. Foster.
    This is very interesting.....

    Thanks

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    Re: George Foster Kelso's?

    http://sabong.net.ph/forum/showthrea...154#post998154

    derived from the old thread.

    I still have the 3 familys of Kelso fowls I have had for about 20 years they are doing well for my friends from the U.S. ,Mexico,and the P.I. of the 3 familys of fowls that I have I have long recommended to my Phillipino friends the dark red yellow legged fowls and the first question that is asked is where I obtained these I obtained these many years ago thru friendship and have infused the bloodlines of my other kelso to keep these strong and healthy always breeding back to the dark red side for their desired traits I feel that these fowls are what it takes to win in the P.I. because of their salto style and manuvering after the break. I personally believe all of the better kelso fowls have long ago been obtained thru various breeders fron the Texas, Louisiana areas as Mr. Kelso spent lots of time around these areas. Cardinal Club, Dr. Hebert, Coutiois, Frank Steele are just some of the names that had these good chickens. Many still ask and remember the fowls I won the 1998 Mid America World Championship with and they were 10 yellow and white legged dark reds and 2 lemon hackle kelso cocks. All fowls I have are decendents of these bloodlines crossed with my gilmore or Tom Dale Hatches or the Sweaters of Mr. Medlin that I think are some of the best in the world today I am fortunate to be good friends with Mr. Medlin and have his bloodlines to cross with my fowls. As for my website I felt that it best I not have it any more because of the mounting pressures the *** Humane Society have put on us here in Oklahoma Furthermore for all to know I love and raise rooster and just because of the trouble we have here in the U.S. I will not stop breeding till they physically take my fowls as I believe in being game to the end just like my fowls Yours in Sport George Foster Broken Arrow Oklahoma

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    MORE INPUT PLEASEeee.....

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