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Old 31-07-2016, 04:08 PM
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I will have three parent reared 3/4 albidus chicks for sale,they are out of my huge female Leyla and a 50/50 sherry male,both birds hunted,leylas first kill was a deer,the chick shown I am imprinting,these birds are big,photos will follow

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Old 31-07-2016, 04:15 PM
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Old 31-07-2016, 04:23 PM
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You wasn't wrong when you said that the Female was huge! I presume that the Deer she had was a little Muntjac? I'm sure that the youngsters will turn out to be great birds and best of luck selling them.

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Old 31-07-2016, 04:32 PM
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Wow, when I look at those pics I just wish I had the time for a Goss, I'm sure they'll be snapped up. Atb. John
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Wow, when I look at those pics I just wish I had the time for a Goss, I'm sure they'll be snapped up. Atb. John
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You wasn't wrong when you said that the Female was huge! I presume that the Deer she had was a little Muntjac? I'm sure that the youngsters will turn out to be great birds and best of luck selling them.

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No m8,water deer about 45 pound,it burst from the hedge,frightened the **** out me,she still takes them by the head and they leave her prone on the hedge looking like the angel of the north
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I will have three parent reared 3/4 albidus chicks for sale,they are out of my huge female Leyla and a 50/50 sherry male,both birds hunted,leylas first kill was a deer,the chick shown I am imprinting,these birds are big,photos will follow

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Very nice look forward to seeing yours go this season
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Any pics of male chick please
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Old 02-08-2016, 06:14 PM
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any pics of male chick please
Hi,will have in the next couple of days,one has a lot of white,and the other is such a lump we had to cut the z ring of,looked too tight

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Old 02-08-2016, 07:14 PM
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no m8,water deer about 45 pound,it burst from the hedge,frightened the **** out me,she still takes them by the head and they leave her prone on the hedge looking like the angel of the north
That's pretty impressive, think how the Deer felt when it turned round and saw your Goss! They all look great and some serious hunting birds.

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Had to cut the Z ring off, blimey, it must be a lump lol. John
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