TX - 'Law Grey' Gamefowl

(Cleveland, Tx.)

The breed we offer you here are the pure Law Greys, 100% green-legged, 100% straight-comb. A successful cross was the Law greys to Madigan's Texas Ranger's. These came dark legged.
   Therefore, if you have dark legged Law Greys and the trait is due to Law's breeding and not some other breeder afterward, then it would suggest it is Ranger blood, making it a pure Law Grey!


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Jul 11, 2019
Just the facts NEW
by: Anonymous

you guys that are calling bullshit don't know what you're talkin about I have been friends most of my life with the man that ew law raised. He told me the whole story behind the law greys and a few other families of fowl. The laws originated from hanky Dean they were red Saddleback green legged greys. At some point law got a hen from a p O'Connell she was a little dark colored grey hen and that's all that was known about her her Origins were really unknown law called her the chocolate hen. Hey bred one of his law grey Cocks over this hen and The Offspring were phenomenal from this point the breeding of his Gray Line was centered around this little hen. Now he also bred some of his whitehackle and mahogany blood and to these at some point but Mr Larry really didn't go into detail about how much or when. But he did say the law Greys didn't start coming yellow-legged until law bred the Yankee Clipper blood into them. That's the way it was told to me by the man that ew loss raised as his own son.

Dec 03, 2018
bullshit NEW
by: Anonymous

Law Greys Are 100% Yellow legged

May 04, 2018
Bullshit NEW
by: Anonymous

I’m callin bullshit yellow legged 100% straight comb are laws .. no green legs

Apr 09, 2018
Law grey trio NEW
by: Alex

Im interested on a law grey trio can you send me your contact number?thanks a lot

Jan 16, 2018
Contact number NEW
by: Anonymous

What’s your contact number

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