Butcher Bloodline - Fighting Cocks | New Press Release

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Butcher Bloodline - Fighting Cocks

Butcher bloodline is a result of crosses between White hackle fowl and Spanish Speeders. This comes out with a faster version of white hackle fowls. This family of game fowl lovers developed a fast breaking red game fowl that  up to this date is very important breed, that when blended into the new models of game fowl, would improve the winning percentages of the cross.

This butchers are quite unpopular these days because of; 1. Their low station, although their long thighs and short shanks make them deadly at the draw; 2. Deep keeled, almost slab sided, those familiar with them, gives that extra kick that makes the difference between a win and lose in the board. The butcher game fowl was originated by the Marsh family namely, Phil Marsh (1869-1945), Bill Marsh (1894-1977), Alfred Marsh (1897-1971), Phil Marsh II (1918-1995).

BUTCHERS OF TODAY

IF YOU LOOK AT A LEMON 84 OR ANY OF ITS DERIVATIVES, YOU ARE LOOKING INTO A MODIFIED BUTCHER,
A) STRAIGHT COMBED;
B) LOW  TO MEDIUM STATION;
C ) LOW SET WINGS THAT MEETS AT THE BACK;
D) DEEP KEELED;
E) GREAT CUTTERS
F) LIGHT LEGGED, MOSTLY WHITE LEGGED AND SOME COME YELLOW LEGGED

AMERICANS WHO HAVE SUCCESSFULLY BRED & MAINTAINED THE BUTCHERS

A) WIILLIAM T GREENE;
B)BILLY RUBLE;
C) ROGER ROBERTS;
D) OSCAR AIKENS;
E) HAROLD BROWN;
F) KIT SKIN;
G)RAY HOSKINS;
H) HARRY LEE STROUTH;
I) TOBBY BROWN;
J) SCOTTIE TAYLOR;
K) RED BOGGS;
L) JACKIE PHIPPS

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