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Red quill that from another forum might be bit help

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Neil. Do you know the orgins/ breeding of Cobra Asils?

Redquil, I'm glad Navek answered that one because I haven't a clue about Asils, LOL, but have seen plenty of Grades and do like them.

I like the look of the Asil too and if that type were my thing I'd keep them.

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Dan salazars cobra were actually the proper aseels there is a grade known as cobra aseel aswell

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Thanks Navek, Neil , and Claude. Seen 4 Cobra brothers 20 year since at a show and all 4 won there class. However aint seen anymore since or heard a lot about them.Nice looking birds would have been 5to 5half pound mark. More athletic looking than other Asil. I reckon they would be a very chancy half x. Any boys out ther got them? atb.

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An uncle of mine had some imports from America called Siapans back in the early 80s . I can mind my father saying of them fish nor fowl I think he meant not one thing or the other if that makes sense lol

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A lad I know is supposed to have some nice reza .... The last few oeg and Banty I've had off him have made a decent grade I dealt him for a couple of kelso stags I had as neighbours were crying over them in. I'll see if I can get him to send me some pics of em he's a good man to have a deal with and fair too with pricing not greedy

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