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    Dr Jhon Kozura

    does anyone have any of his fowl muff hatch albanys or what ever or seen him in actions in the last few years with opinions just wanting info before wasting a lot of time and money thanks
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    Re: Dr Jhon Kozura

    I have a friend that show's his fowl and they do pretty darn good. I like the muff's best myself. I have saw him win in one hit and win in the long one as well. I dont think it would be a waste of money if you get them. They would do you just fine with good care and heathly birds.

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    Re: Dr Jhon Kozura

    Anyone know the makeup of his muffs and toppies...are both breeds light or dark legged?

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    Re: Dr Jhon Kozura

    Quote Originally Posted by Grey_Grove View Post
    Anyone know the makeup of his muffs and toppies...are both breeds light or dark legged?
    The Muffs,Toppies & the MuffToppies are light legged

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    Re: Dr Jhon Kozura

    hi there Im Tyler up from Canada new to this site really never used it bore jst lookn for some pure muffs such as Dr Jhon Kozura or sears or has anyone heard of pilson muffs

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    Re: Dr Jhon Kozura

    well no one is talking bad about them so must be pretty good

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    Re: Dr Jhon Kozura

    Regular: Haven't owned any of the Kozura fowl, but have met several of them in the arena in the Eastern US as shown by Dr. John's Father and his Brother back in the day. I can say that the Muff-Toppies are strong, rugged, hard fighting, and game. A lot of folks hated to draw into them as they knew they were in for a tough go. In the East they were almost exclusively shown in shorts. Don't know if the Western Kozura fowl are the same breeding as the Eastern ones, but I do know that Dr. John and Brother did exchange fowl, so I suspect they are... Good Luck!

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