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Re: The father of the modern Pica


Enrique or Pablo -
What other breeds of Spanish Pouters do they have in Miami? I know the Balear, Morrillero and Moronceelo are there, but do they still have Canarios and some of the others? On a personal note, is anyone down there breeding Chorreras? I bought a pair (supposedly) from a breeder in Louisiana. They have the back frills but lack the wry tail. What do you think?
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Re: The father of the modern Pica


Hi Mike, you will find all sirt of things here, but some are very rare. The most common ones are Jiennenses, Laudinos, Gaditanos, and mixed pigeons. However, some people have Morrilleros, Moroncelos, Balear, Rafeños etc.
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Re: The father of the modern Pica


Hi there guys..

add to the list Granadino, Colillano, Quebrado Murciano, Marteno.

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