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    Boston sweater

    Tanong lang po... may bloodline po ba na Boston Sweater?

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    Re: Boston sweater

    Boston roundhead, meron.. sweater ay bukod na strain yun, now , pag sinabing boston sweater,,it means crossbreed ng boston roundhead at sweater..

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    Re: Boston sweater

    Ang boston sweater ay isang lahi na ng manok na pinag cross ang boston at sweater. Dahil sa cross na ito ay nagdulot ng napakaraming panalo at ginawa na ng breeder na isang linyada. Ang porsyento ng boston o sweater ay ang breeder lamang nakaka alam kung saan maganda ang winning percentage. Katulad nila Escolin at rhett angara ang mga boston sweater o sweater boston ay namayapagpag sa malakihang labanan.

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    Re: Boston sweater

    A brief history of the boston roundheads
    Origin of Boston Roundhead. In 1864, John Harwood was head stevedore at East Boston docks for the Cunard Steam Ship Company. In that year one of the streamers brought over from England a trio of gamefowl. The address and shipping bill of this fowl was lost. The company kept the fowl for three months and gave them to Harwood. He paid the shipping charges. Harwood gave the fowl to his friend Ned Gill, who breed and fought them. They called this game strain the Gill Roundheads or Boston Roundheads. They were light red fowls with black breast, more or less streaked with ginger. The hens, light wheaten color. All had YELLOW legs. The imported trio had small ROUNDHEADS, pea combs and heavy feathers (same features of an Allen Roundheads if you noticed).
    After Ned Gill died, John Mc Coy of Marblehead,Massachussetts got some of the Gill fowl and crossed this with John Stone"s fowl. The progeny from this mating went to Frank Coolidge and from him to Mr. Duryeas. Mr Duryeas Boston Roundhead has been one of the strain used for breeding the mean and vicious Sanford Hatch. Also, Frank Shy infused a fine Boston Roundhead from M.J.Bowen in 1933 for this Narragansett strain.

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    Re: Boston sweater

    THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BOSTON AND LACY ROUNDHEADS

    January 23, 2015 by xunretry Bookmark the permalink.
    The differences of Boston and Lacy Roundheads
    These two bloodlines are probably the most popular breed of fowls in slasher fighting where speed and cutting abilities are essential to win this type of game. Maybe, these texts could look and sound boring for professional roundhead breeders, but I am sure that it will help beginners to know their differences and appreciates the qualities and skills they possess.
    Both breeds are pea combs and both are proven to have the best qualities suitable for slasher fighting. They were very good and outstanding in the early stages of fight but were not tough when fights came down to a give and take affair. They are best when blended with other lines to make them a better fighters.

    The Boston Roundheads
    They have heavy feathering, light red to orange feather, black breasted, and has several white streaked in wings and tail then most are medium stations, they also are yellow legged. There were records saying that this is the original roundhead line that came to U.S. in East Boston. It was brought by a steamer ship from England in the year 1864.
    Fighting abilities:
    Cool headed, smart, very patient, fast on the ground and on the air, sometimes delivers fast unexpected strapping shuffles at the back of its opponent when both of them are in the ground. They also side step their opponent to avoid getting hit, multiple shuffler, has a very good timing to deliver its blow and they are high breakers.

    Most are defensive fighters where they always wait their opponent to attack first before they initiate to engage in the fight. This smart cautious fighting tactics originated from Oriental lines where the Boston Roundheads came from.
    The Boston Roundhead is very good to cross with light strains like…Lemons, Clarets, Kelso and Sweaters.

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    Re: Boston sweater

    Paste & Copy ko na para magkaroon ng Idea yong mga Iba nating mga Kabaranggay....Nakita kong magandang Boston-Sweater ay yong kay Escolin. Rapid Shuffler. [Para lang sa akin]

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    Re: Boston sweater

    Quote Originally Posted by Sweater_Pogi View Post
    Paste & Copy ko na para magkaroon ng Idea yong mga Iba nating mga Kabaranggay....Nakita kong magandang Boston-Sweater ay yong kay Escolin. Rapid Shuffler. [Para lang sa akin]
    Escolin brothers ay sikat sa kanilang Boston x Sweater line. Guwapo na Magaling pa.

    Panoorin mo and video nila.

    http://preofery.com/18UJ

    http://preofery.com/18I3

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