Friday 29 June, 2012

Richard is a lovely friend and very honest too. We have grown to know each other well since November last year. He often phones up his "English Rose" to discuss birds with me. IN THE PURE BLACK THERE IS A SAYING THAT US ENGLISH USE ON THE COLOURING OF THE PURE BLACKS - "GREEN TO BE SEEN - AND BLUE IS TO BOO!!!" So if your blacks have blue in the feathering, it means that they are hiding another colour some generation away and that may not help you with furture breedings. Sandy
Testimonial By: Sandra Hildreth — Lincoln, , United Kingdom — orpingtonsgalore

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