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Tony Chavarria
Site Publisher
4204 posts
Sep 01, 2010
6:35 AM
I just want to use this space to thank those who have taken the time to report on their progress with the Ruby Roller strain! With some of the intentional misinformation that is spread in some backyards and Internet backwoods, I have come to really appreciate what it means to have good roller men of integrity and honesty to speak up more and more and correct some of these false rumors spread by envious individuals who I guess feel threatened by the influence and success of RPDC as we continue to place quality Birmingham Rollers into lofts throughout the USA and now starting to reach the world through exporting.

I can't acknowledge everyone here, but just know, I see and hear about your positive comments and really appreciate those that take the time to "have my back". A VERY HEARTFELT THANK YOU!
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FLY ON!
Tony Chavarria


The highest form of ignorance is to reject something you know nothing about.” – Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
Oldfart
GOLD MEMBER
2016 posts
Sep 01, 2010
8:27 AM
Tony, I have posted my love for and progress with your Ruby's yearly. I think you provide a good product for a reasonable price and your Ruby strain is a good start for newbies or experienced roller men alike. The people I have heard running their mouths in some cases never even held a Ruby much less flew or bred a kit of Ruby's! Is there a 100% success rate? Of course not, it takes work just like with any other strain, you provide a solid foundation on which to build. After that it is up to the manager.

Take care my friend
Thom

Last Edited by on Sep 01, 2010 9:36 AM
wannaroll
227 posts
Sep 01, 2010
9:03 AM
Your Ruby's are doing good here in So.Cal. I have 10 or so in my kitboxes that are pure and 4 that are crossed with the Apodaca Spangle line that are showing wonderful potential. The Ruby line are easier than most to manage also.
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Dave - Hesperia, CA.

(San Bernardino Mountain Spinners)

Last Edited by on Sep 01, 2010 9:04 AM
lew3015
131 posts
Sep 01, 2010
7:05 PM
Tony I have a 2010 young bird Ruby cross with a Hardesty that I wouldn't sell for $500, this little bird is fast, tight 40 foot spinner, very frequent, shoots back to the kit like a rubber band is attached. She has been put away for safe keeping.------
Lew
Squabby*32
287 posts
Sep 09, 2010
4:33 AM
Hi Tony. Do you have any children in the military. I have a Chavaria in my squadron at Travis and was just curious. Let me know.
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DJJeffman Spinners

ATAPWGIYAHTLY
Rick Mee
91 posts
Sep 09, 2010
10:18 AM
We had one in my unit too, she went to Iraq with us. I think she got married and changed her mind. She was from CA. Hey, I wonder if we are talking about the same girl? Damn, I can not remember her first name. Cute girl by the way.
bigbull
63 posts
Sep 09, 2010
5:29 PM
Tony i have ruby rollers .i'm flying every other day. Birds are kit flying for 20 minutes some times 45 minutes depending on my feeding system or my work schedule. Tony before i purchased my ruby rollers from you i knew nothing about the rubys but i heard alot about other roller bird familys.(Brick Red lofts)is my home for my rollers. Up date of the rubys are great so far i have a click pair of 2006 red cheqs.LPRC-93-903 is the grandfather of both these red cheqs,hen & cock.30 feet spins with quality & speed is what these red cheqs do every 40 seconds while kit flying.Getting back to the kit is hard work for these birds but they roll like this every time i fly them when it is (BOP)free in the skies .As the flying season come to a end on my flying schedule in other words when (Bird of Pray) is on deck .I'm locking my rubys down all four kits. HOW TO BREED BETTER ROLLERS is a great book i read it i did step by step and know i'm breeding better birds that roll together at the same time brother and. sisters and first cousins. they all have NBRC 95-644-D blood behind them(Black cheq) which is on my pedigrees.I only breed from the ruby blood it's only rite to say this for those who don't have ruby rollers red bars, redcheq /white flights.blue cheqs & blue bars.I get spin out of all colors from the ruby family .Tony i GOT YOU'R BACK.Back yard rollermen have patients.Thank you tony for you'r hard work ahd sharing of the ruby roller .


bigbull flying solo in south los angeles ca


Brick Red lofts.ruby relations.

Last Edited by on Sep 09, 2010 5:44 PM
Oldfart
GOLD MEMBER
2020 posts
Sep 10, 2010
3:41 PM
The point is simple. From coast to coast and outside of the continental U.S. Ruby's are doing the job. With beginners and returning oldfarts, it is money well spent for hard work wrapped in a ball of feathers.

Take care my friends
Thom
Raul Carreiro
113 posts
Sep 10, 2010
4:46 PM
Thom I could not have said it better!
Take care,
Raul.
Tony Chavarria
Site Publisher
4212 posts
Sep 14, 2010
11:51 AM
Hey Fou, you will get X - H - A Style in larger percentages of the better birds. Like with any family, you will get the full run from good to bad. Learn to pick the best and you get better percentages. I advertise 20 to 30 feet but like many here have found, they can go much deeper: 40 foot and more. I had one last season that rolled over 250 feet (lacked the quality and velocity the deeper it got).
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FLY ON!
Tony Chavarria


"If the talent of ridicule were employed to laugh men out of vice and folly, it might be of some use to the world; but instead of this, we find that it is generally made use of to laugh men out of virtue and good sense, by attacking everything that is solemn and serious, decent and praiseworthy in human life." Joseph Addis

Last Edited by on Sep 14, 2010 1:20 PM
fresnobirdman
709 posts
Sep 14, 2010
8:19 PM
Tony, i will give you a call in the spring.


-fou
Tony Chavarria
Site Publisher
4218 posts
Sep 15, 2010
12:53 PM
Hey Fou, will look forward to it! :-)
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FLY ON!
Tony Chavarria


"If the talent of ridicule were employed to laugh men out of vice and folly, it might be of some use to the world; but instead of this, we find that it is generally made use of to laugh men out of virtue and good sense, by attacking everything that is solemn and serious, decent and praiseworthy in human life." Joseph Addis


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