I started keeping Double Yellows in 1970 .
In 1976 acquired the magnificant male on the right at a local
He had been someone's pet of unknown age. I have since bred many
from him with several different hens. He's now with his granddaughter
produces chicks of magnificant color and disposition. Why Extreme?
say they have Magnas. But very few have birds as extremely yellow
This is a patterned yellow and not random color which could occur
reasons. Some people have one colorful bird and pair it to the
oratrix. Other birds could be a naturally occuring blend between
and never get this extensive pattern of yellow. On the average
acquire large amounts of yellow in the first few years.
I'm looking for other birds like
this. If you have one or are interested in trading, please send
photos and information. I will trade a young hen for a male of
male, Monty, shown on right; 4-year old female on the left
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