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laj27
104 posts
Oct 23, 2008
7:03 PM
I want some of those from Johnny Smith...Que honda Mr Spanky!!
ideaspin
44 posts
Oct 23, 2008
7:46 PM
Hey George
That was one super spinner and bred even better
ideaspin
45 posts
Oct 23, 2008
8:45 PM
Laj27 yes it's me was up Spanky
washington86
514 posts
Oct 23, 2008
8:47 PM
Hot stuff. I like Smith's stuff. I use to have some of them too, but they all are gone. Fast and Deep, plus SMART.
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W.Cha
TimP
91 posts
Oct 23, 2008
8:48 PM
Hey, what's up J.S. how was ur flight back from Texas? Pretty fun huh! We gotta recruit more guys for next year.
ideaspin
46 posts
Oct 23, 2008
8:50 PM
Washington86
What happened to them
TimP
92 posts
Oct 23, 2008
8:57 PM
Good to here! Ya my flight was seamless also, good to see ya on the network it's a cool way to what events are happening and check some highlights if you can't make it. We'll have to talk some more guys into going next year. Well gotta crash hope to see everybody at the show this weekend!
washington86
515 posts
Oct 23, 2008
9:01 PM
BOP got 2 of them and they were the best one too. Maybe you have forgotten but you gave me 5 kit birds. The Red and Grizzle(on my page) was taken by those damn cooper. The red mottle accidently killed itself. The red w/f was amazingly nice. I bred her for a year with Brain McCormick's stuff because he told me that he had some of your birds too, so I bred it with his bird. That hen died after only 1 clutch. She was perfectly fine and one day she was lying dead on the cage. That's why I don't haven em anymore. Now, I just got birds from Brain.

So how you been J. Smith. I haven't talk to you for a long time. Hows the birds and competition coming?

Last Edited by on Oct 23, 2008 9:04 PM
laj27
106 posts
Oct 23, 2008
9:05 PM
ideaspin,can i call u right know we've spoken before...Luis
ideaspin
48 posts
Oct 23, 2008
9:12 PM
laj27
Do you have my #
laj27
107 posts
Oct 23, 2008
9:14 PM
yes i do...
ideaspin
49 posts
Oct 23, 2008
9:16 PM
Washington86
I'm bad with names don't seem to remember you
washington86
517 posts
Oct 23, 2008
9:19 PM
Let me give you a picture. I came there around 2005 with my brothers. We are ASIAN. You were flying your kit bird and those were the 5 birds that came in, which you gave to me.
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W.Cha
George R.
1097 posts
Oct 23, 2008
9:43 PM
I use 3 cocks Bred by Johnny in my breeding program and I am very happy with the results.

In the past I used a hen as my foundation Hen bred by Johnny , I stocked 6 daughters and 2 grandaughters .


the novice
George

Last Edited by on Oct 23, 2008 9:43 PM
elopez
1772 posts
Oct 23, 2008
10:45 PM
Nice bird George.

Whats cracking Johnny. You still flying any of the 3/4 1080 birds? Are you still flying?

Hope all is well!

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Efren Lopez
SGVS
http://lopezloft22.bravehost.com/
juanrollers
152 posts
Oct 23, 2008
10:49 PM
Nice looking bird George can you post the parents band #s.
gotspin7
1988 posts
Oct 24, 2008
4:31 AM
Looking good George.
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Sal Ortiz
ICEMAN710
585 posts
Oct 27, 2008
5:40 AM
nothing but the best i see.
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Gary
bigwilly
720 posts
Oct 27, 2008
6:04 AM
I agree with you Iceman. Those Johnny Smith birds look like they have some serious roll. I like the expression on those birds posted. Keep up the good work.
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BIG WILLY
TOPP FLIGHT/NCRC
Joe Dan
114 posts
Oct 30, 2008
5:49 PM
Same Q George, what is this beauty off of?
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Joe Dan Parson
Full Turn Lofts
North Texas
ideaspin
51 posts
Oct 30, 2008
7:39 PM
Hey J.D.P
That bird is off #458#739 and was one super spinner

Johnny S.
mario
190 posts
Oct 31, 2008
5:05 AM
Very good looking bird ..............Mario
Joe Dan
115 posts
Oct 31, 2008
7:19 AM
George how long have you had this beauty, and what have you bred off of her? I have a full sibling sister to her that was bred the same year (#115) that is also a r/r mottle that is a real good producer.
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Joe Dan Parson
Full Turn Lofts
North Texas
SpinCityRollers
231 posts
Oct 31, 2008
8:10 AM
Hey George here are some of mine some originals and there stocked offsprings


MadMax 2008
Joe Dan
116 posts
Oct 31, 2008
8:20 AM
What is 971 off of Max?
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Joe Dan Parson
Full Turn Lofts
North Texas
SpinCityRollers
232 posts
Oct 31, 2008
10:54 AM
both hen are out of cprc 802-00 and evrc 258 there full Sister sole survivor and the Mottle Hen
TT
101 posts
Oct 31, 2008
11:14 AM
What a hot looking bird.
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Tony.
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George R.
1120 posts
Oct 31, 2008
12:15 PM
"George how long have you had this beauty, and what have you bred off of her? I have a full sibling sister to her that was bred the same year (#115) that is also a r/r mottle that is a real good producer"


16 is a cock Joe Dan I will post some pics of his offsprings.

I dont have any room to stock anymore Birds , so I will keep on flying them.....


George
Joe Dan
117 posts
Oct 31, 2008
1:36 PM
Wow, I like nice little cocks like that ... that fool me for a hen. He resembles his sister that I have incredably
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Joe Dan Parson
Full Turn Lofts
North Texas
brudahpete
49 posts
Oct 31, 2008
1:39 PM
TT, every pic that is posted in this site is jaw dropping! That bird has the best look of any I've seen bar none! Classic shape, and my favorite color!
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Rule #1: Don't build your loft anywhere near your wife's clothesline....
brudahpete
52 posts
Oct 31, 2008
7:58 PM
Damn! Now that there is a knarly looking hen!
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Rule #1: Don't build your loft anywhere near your wife's clothesline....
TT
107 posts
Oct 31, 2008
8:01 PM
Beautiful!
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Tony.
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Norm_Knox
219 posts
Nov 01, 2008
10:10 PM
God those birds look good!!! Johnny S. is doing it big. You go Johnny, and George its Norm, I spoke with you not too long ago..
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N/A Loft
mrgroe
11 posts
Sep 01, 2010
9:59 AM
cprc 16 bred me some screamers this year!


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