Going well here, I bred only Asils this year, with a few asil/Spanish mixed in aswell, I’ve focused on Straight hyderbads and Rajah/Hyderbads blends also a few pure rajahs and some blends of Atkinson/redman/sonatols
The long winter, cold spring has slowed my hens down. Hatched a few Reynolds asils with a little Saab viper and a little Saab hammer. Hopefully some straight ones, some Brazilian, and some grays. Cubalayas doing good.
Well you guys up north hu with winter that must be a real challenge for breeding . I did well focused on my hybrids like always was going to breed thais and ganois but totally forgot about them,but no worries theres always next year. Next year ima also focus on a ganoi hybrid see how it goes . Its to hot already to breed down here in texas
Got mostly Brazilians, a few linebred white Dragons and a batch of McCoy asils this year... I think my feed is too high in protein because some are already in their second batch... I'm glad i decided 10 years ago to build the pens in the middle of the woods... Lots of shade so no need to hose the birds down...
I had a decent year on hatching, hawks balanced the scales by the end of the season
Moving forward this coming season I will be putting more focus into my “Peela “ line and my Boricua Asil Line.
A raised some excellent stags out of both lines this season. And look forward to watching them grow.
Before I got into oriental Gamefowl I bred American Gamefowl, and was always in love with the Red quill blood line
Never lucky enough to have any I admired from afar. Recently a friend gifted me some red quill blood that I will be breeding this year
Just as a personal line to look at with some sentiment