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Top Quality Pouters
and Other Breeds
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& JUDGE OF ENGLISH POUTERS
Marherno Pouters &
Other Spanish Pouters
This relatively small pouter was developed in Spain. The Marchenero
Pouter is another member of the Pouter & Cropper family has become
quite popular in America in recent years.
Homers (r) Show Homers (l)
These breeds are large with unique head structures come in a
variety of colors. Fast becoming popular in America these birds present
a great challenge to fanciers. Although they are considered to be
"rare breeds" competition in the showroom is fierce because of the degree
of quality available to American fanciers.
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The Finest Bloodline of
English in America
Grand Champion English Pouter #89 at the 1998 Pageant of Pigeons.
Over 385 pouters competing .
The English Pouter, like the Pigmy Pouter are unmatched in the pigeon
world for their upright station. When posing an excellent specimen will
stand upright so that its eyes will almost line up over the balls of the
feet. Well trained show birds will consistently be strutting and show off
with its globe well inflated. When walking and strutting this pouter will
carry itself elegantly and proudly with strong stepping legs with the feet
going forward and not sideways. The perfect manner of walking can be compared
to a prancing horse! This playful breed has been in America since the 1870's
has has developed a strong following here.
Classic Old German Croppers
First introduced into America in the mid 1940's the Old German
Cropper has gained a somewhat large following in recent years. With its
playful nature, body length and size the Old German makes a unique addition
to any pigeon loft. Colors include selfs in white, black, red, yellow
mealy, cream, lark, blue and silver in bar, barless, checkered; self colored
with white flights; splashes in light or dark patterns; and tigers.