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Posted 22nd June 2010, 03:58 PM
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Old english tumblers


hi, i'm a newbie here, you may know me from Backyardchickens.com/fourms as Chickenrandomness and 'm getting my first pair of pigeons in about a month or so. i'll most likly get them from Strombergs hatchery, and the old english tumblers look sssooooo cool! but i can't find any info of them any where! anyone have them?



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Posted 23rd June 2010, 08:13 AM
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hi, i'm a newbie here, you may know me from Backyardchickens.com/fourms as Chickenrandomness and 'm getting my first pair of pigeons in about a month or so. i'll most likly get them from Strombergs hatchery, and the old english tumblers look sssooooo cool! but i can't find any info of them any where! anyone have them?
They look alot like west of England tumblers, not sure what the diff is. here is one club in Ca for the west of England tumblers, you could call someone and ask about the old English.
http://www.scwoetc.com/


here is a breeder of westies in this classified, just have to scroll down to West of England tumblers, they may have more info about the old English.. or someone here may know more as well. they are pretty birds, you may beable to find someone closer to buy from, This breeder may beable to refer someone to you, instead of using stromberg's. http://www.purebredpigeon.com/classifieds.htm
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Posted 23rd June 2010, 08:32 AM
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Yea I'd find them somewhere else you can probably find birds less then 175$ total cost and shipping I bet you can find a nice 60$ pair or cheaper with 50-60$ shipping.
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Posted 7th August 2010, 11:48 AM
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Don't know if you're still looking for some tumblers, but i have a breeding pair and some young birds for sale.
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