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Postby debcat » 18 Aug 2006, 22:46

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Postby Loudmouth Schnook » 19 Aug 2006, 20:25

www.scotsdumpy.co.uk/ Here's a link to Kintaline Poultry in Argyll, they have quite a bit of info on this breed, as well as the Dumpy,
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Postby Elodel62 » 20 Aug 2006, 09:15

it's very difficult to find this breed....

I'm looking for some eggs for 3 years and even if this year an english keepers sent me 18 eggs, noone have hatched... :oops:

here there isn't this breed.. that's why no standard for her... :evil:
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Postby VIRGNIA_FARMER1776 » 25 Jan 2007, 15:07

is there a association for this breed and if there is not does anyone know how many breeders there are these are one in a couple breeds i am interested in getting and bringing to America.
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Postby Loudmouth Schnook » 29 Jan 2007, 10:42

I'm not sure if there's an association, but if you contact Kintaline poultry (link on above message) they can give you more information in this regard. We've got a small flock here from a local breeder and are wanting to get some more hatching eggs from another breeder to bring in a new line.
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Postby Fenn » 04 Mar 2007, 10:58

I was hovering over a Scots Grey at Ross yesterday, but the reserve they had on her was too high ('only' £15, but she was in with 2 other birds, each at the same reserve :?).

I'm in LUUUUUUURVE :D

Anyone got hatching eggs for them? Bearing in mind that I won't have room to hatch any more for a couple of months :roll: :twisted:
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Postby mcleod-girls » 04 Mar 2007, 12:27

These are my favorite breed, would love some when I get a bit more experienced. Like snook says try kintaline poultry, also think farandawayjo had some? or were they scots dumpy's?
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Postby Loudmouth Schnook » 09 Mar 2007, 14:27

Anna, we've got some spare cockerels..... :?
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Postby mcleod-girls » 09 Mar 2007, 17:46

long way to fly though! lol
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Postby Loudmouth Schnook » 18 Mar 2007, 12:28

Ach, it's only just over the Minch....
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Postby JC » 03 Nov 2008, 13:27

I hatched 8 out of 8 chicks (bantam sized) early this year under a broody purely for the reason that they said they were 100% fertile, fantastic little birds, mine were really tame. Was sad to see them go, i might give them another go this year :)
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Postby Castle Farm » 22 Dec 2008, 22:38

I have Scots Greys and will be offering hatching eggs from March onwards.2 Cocks with 4 hens.

view on www.castlefarmeggs.co.uk
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Postby dundonald hens » 21 May 2009, 21:48

I have some scots grey bantams for sale in ayrshire scotland they range from a couple of weeks to about 3 months old if anyone is intrested ?
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Postby M8WHR1 » 12 May 2013, 21:59

Are there any breeders on here or does anyone know of any? Looking for some hatching eggs but all I've seen so far is of poor standard.
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