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Keith C. Keith C. is offline
Posted 24th August 2010, 09:46 PM
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Rare colored racing homers for sale.


Rare colored, racing, homers for sale in almond, dun, spread ash, opal, silver, ash red, recessive red, yellow, black, white, blue, andalusian, indigo, khaki, and light andalusian.
Saddles, solids, bars, splashes, grizzles and checks available.
Shipping is available in the USA and the pigeons may also be picked up in Dayton, Ohio.
Please take a look at my web site for prices and availability at:
http://freewebs.com/kjcii/
Keith
(937)570-6088





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Posted 24th August 2010, 09:57 PM
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Keith do you have any whites? for sale how much or some that are black
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Keith C. Keith C. is offline
Posted 24th August 2010, 10:03 PM
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Yes, I have 40 some adult white homing pigeons for sale for $20.00 each and 30 some young whites for $25.00 each.
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Keith C. Keith C. is offline
Posted 1st September 2010, 06:03 PM
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Here's a few more pictures.



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First To Hatch First To Hatch is offline
Posted 1st September 2010, 07:21 PM
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I have a question are your breedings just for color or are they actually proven racing stock?
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Posted 1st September 2010, 07:41 PM
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I like the color birds myself but to be honest they never prove to be of any racing quality for the most part so ummm I tend to not fly my color birds as much as I do the rest of my bird that are suposed to be of racing stock lol but thats just me cuz I hate losing the pretty ones that I have
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Keith C. Keith C. is offline
Posted 1st September 2010, 08:24 PM
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I breed for color and body type.
My favorite breed is the rare colored racing homer. I am not fond of the American show racer or show homer.
I do not race and would not recommend most of the homers I sell for racing.
I do purchase, for resale, a lot of retired racing homers and young birds produced by flyers that race widowhood and some young birds that are raised by contract for me to sell.
Many of the indigos I sell are former race birds, or are out of former race birds and I sell a lot of Bastines, that a racing friend raises for me.
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Posted 2nd September 2010, 05:56 PM
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goch no people in canada bc it hard to get birds
anyone know of people pm me plz ty
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Posted 2nd September 2010, 06:07 PM
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They are some of the nicest colours iv seen .What s no2 hes a beauty.
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They are some of the nicest colours iv seen .What s no2 hes a beauty.
The second one is a yellow trenton mottle I believe. I'm getting some from Keith sometime next week too! Had to get them because of their color
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jeff houghton jeff houghton is offline
Posted 2nd September 2010, 06:15 PM
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They look special.THe dusty blues were also something.Got a few colours in my loft but nowt like them.
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Keith C. Keith C. is offline
Posted 2nd September 2010, 09:22 PM
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Jeff, thank you for the compliments.
Daniel is right. Number 2 is a yellow mottle Trenton.
I like the powder blues as well.
I think I have almost every color homing pigeons come in.
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Posted 3rd September 2010, 04:00 AM
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Keith you mentioned in one post that you wouldnt recommend them for racing .Well firstly gotto admire your honesty, but you have obviously tried them out so what was at fault with them when you did.Were they not homing, too slow, etc.

They really are beautiful though and i can see the attraction and i too would be gutted to lose such pretty birds on tosses and such.
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Posted 3rd September 2010, 07:26 AM
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Jeff, I would not recommend most of the homers I sell for racing because I have never flown them and do not know if they would be capable of flying competitively.
Since I breed for color and body type and not speed, it is unlikely that they would be as fast as birds that are bred for speed only.
I've only tossed some of the interesting colored ones out to around 70 miles and the birds did well homing at that distance, but I don't think they are for the most part fast enough to win.
It is possible to have both interesting color and speed. The Bastines are a good example, but you have to keep selecting for speed.
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Posted 3rd September 2010, 07:31 AM
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Thankyou for your reply Keith.Your website is outstanding.
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