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Well if you ever get this way stop by and see me.Thank you for your reply. By the way, I used to deliver to Farmington, and have family in Bloomfield.
Don, Not to put down the Golden Mattens but I have 3 breeders that are direct children from "SIR Mattens" a son of the Golden pair and they do not breed as well as some of my other lines. I will be getting rid of them at the end of this breeding season for these reasons. Personally I will not be bringing anymore of this bloodline in.How about Golden Mattens? Do any of you have any birds related, and if so, what is your opinion of them? Thanks, Don.
I had De Senna when he passed away at the age of 16. He was retired from Hapyco Lofts to me and lived here with his mate, Serena, until he passed. Serena passed about two weeks after De Senna. Check the Hall Of Love forum .. you will find them there with their band #'s.Thanks for the comeback. Direct children off of De Senna is impressive. He told me that Senna was sent to LA a few years ago after he quit breeding, and passed away down there.
De Senna was a very calm, gentle, and laid back pigeon during his time with me and was totally devoted to his mate, Serena, and she to him. He truly was a grand old pigeon.Terry, You are a very lucky person indeed to have had the pleasure of getting to care for De Senna in his latter years. Not many people get a chance to get personal with a bird of this quality. His daughters are spitting images of him. Was he a passive and easy going pigeon? Just wondering where his daughters get this characteristic from.