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blue cobolts red ivories

Post  David McCool on Wed Nov 24 2010, 11:32


Posting these for Simon.



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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  BlueCobalt on Wed Nov 24 2010, 15:28

Thanks David, Richard E, here are the pictures you wanted to see, the colour is very good, but frosting and feather even better, pic of Intensive doesnt do it justice caught him wrong!!

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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  David McCool on Wed Nov 24 2010, 15:39

These are worth, at least a fiver a piece, Laughing Laughing Laughing
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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  BlueCobalt on Wed Nov 24 2010, 17:06

Try putting a nought after it lol! And you will be close to what they owe me!!
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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  Richard E on Wed Nov 24 2010, 17:56

Nice , are they both cks?
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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  brian meichan on Wed Nov 24 2010, 18:19

David McCool wrote:These are worth, at least a fiver a piece, Laughing Laughing Laughing
A fiver ar u having a laugh' lol! lol! lol! scratch
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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  John_Graydon on Wed Nov 24 2010, 18:53

Can someone tell me the difference, they just look like Red Ivory to me. Is the Cobalt factor making them darker.

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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  Guest on Wed Nov 24 2010, 19:03

John_Graydon wrote:Can someone tell me the difference, they just look like Red Ivory to me. Is the Cobalt factor making them darker.

John, the title reads simons red ivories only he is blue cobalt. lol! lol!

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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  RayC on Wed Nov 24 2010, 20:02

John_Graydon wrote:Can someone tell me the difference, they just look like Red Ivory to me. Is the Cobalt factor making them darker.

I told you John, its the blue dye from the Chelsea jersey, its not doin the brain cells any good lol! lol! lol!
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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  John_Graydon on Wed Nov 24 2010, 20:03

Malky wrote:
John_Graydon wrote:Can someone tell me the difference, they just look like Red Ivory to me. Is the Cobalt factor making them darker.

John, the title reads simons red ivories only he is blue cobalt. lol! lol!

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Thanks Mal, just too quick to look at the topic. Embarassed Thanks for clearing up.

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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  Guest on Wed Nov 24 2010, 21:01

Makes a change from being me lol! lol!

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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  BlueCobalt on Wed Nov 24 2010, 22:08

Both cocks Richard yes!
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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  joe90 on Fri Nov 26 2010, 19:42

I may be shouted down Simon, but the frosting on the first bird looks really superb and looks a fabulous bird to me, unless my eye sight is poor

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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  BlueCobalt on Fri Nov 26 2010, 19:48

Joe, your spot on, best red ivory frosted I have ever seen, superb colour even better in the flesh, excellent frosting, lovely feather and shape is superb also. Small issue, I need to replicate it! The guy who bred it has some superb Ivorys, just want to breed similar! Pity I dont show "bought birds"!
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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  joe90 on Fri Nov 26 2010, 19:55

Good man, keep it that way, sure with your knowledge i will be looking @ similar next year from Blue Cobalt.

Lovely bird though

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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  Guest on Fri Nov 26 2010, 19:58

A continental bird then Simon.

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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  BlueCobalt on Fri Nov 26 2010, 20:08

Unfortunately, as no one will let me have what I want here so had to buy a line in! Will be going into my own strain though, so it could all go "Pete Tong"

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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  Guest on Fri Nov 26 2010, 21:01

BlueCobalt wrote:Unfortunately, as no one will let me have what I want here so had to buy a line in! Will be going into my own strain though, so it could all go "Pete Tong"

Lets hope not, im trying to improve my birds as well but had a bit of a set back when i lost 2 cocks from a recent acquisision both unflighted and the one i really liked but these thing happen have got sisters and another possible line.

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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  BlueCobalt on Fri Nov 26 2010, 21:22

As you know trying to replicate the traits of good birds is difficult! But hey thats the challenge!!

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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  Guest on Fri Nov 26 2010, 21:29

If your bird is that good you have a damm good start its up to you, mine will take a little longer so just keep looking over your shoulder lol!

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Post  BlueCobalt on Fri Aug 19 2011, 23:08



Apologies rubbish picture off the iphone will try to use something better tomorrow, just previewed it how grainy!!
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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  Dennis on Sat Aug 20 2011, 08:48

David McCool wrote:These are worth, at least a fiver a piece, Laughing Laughing Laughing

Dont forget the bag of seed to go with them.
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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  Robby Mitchell on Sat Aug 20 2011, 09:18

BlueCobalt wrote:

Apologies rubbish picture off the iphone will try to use something better tomorrow, just previewed it how grainy!!

Simon did you see pictures i put up i took them with blackberry phone the camera seems good on it, but i phone there is sure to be a camera app you can download


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Re: blue cobolts red ivories

Post  BlueCobalt on Sat Aug 20 2011, 16:05

Rob thanks got me thinking all settings on here will post once I download to pc a newer pic think you will see much improved (hopefully?)
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Same bird better picture

Post  BlueCobalt on Mon Aug 22 2011, 14:50

Think I have sorted Iphone out now!!


Does the bird more justice!


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