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1  THE CLASSIFIEDS / THE DOG TRADE / gone Thanks ETHD on: October 21, 2018, 07:45:34 pm
all gone

thanks

Mike

2  THE CLASSIFIEDS / CLASSIFIED ADS / looking for barn tin on: July 13, 2018, 09:04:47 pm
I'm looking for some barn tin,  7,8,10 or 12' lengths.    254-631-9883  mike.rogers1967@yahoo.com

thanks
3  THE CLASSIFIEDS / THE DOG TRADE / leopard cur pup on: April 08, 2018, 08:32:59 pm
gone thanks ETHD

4  HOG & DOGS / GENERAL DISCUSSION / Re: Dan’s Pants on: March 27, 2018, 07:19:18 pm
I purchased a pair of mens FIRE HOSE BRIAR PANTS from Duluth trading company. I'm really pleased with the fit and wear. They were pricey at $50 bucks or so, but I wear them a lot. 
5  HOG & DOGS / HOG DOGS / Re: Close Hunting Dogs on: March 02, 2018, 09:14:12 pm
I run leopard cur. They can range on out when hunting with go yonder dog, but hunt around 200 to 30 yards when by themselves. I hunt coons so it's a little different. LOL my game goes up a tree Smiley
6  HOG & DOGS / HOG DOGS / Re: Breeding question on: March 02, 2018, 08:58:44 pm
great reading here.

I've made several crosses like your wanting or asking to do and tighter. Just make sure they are what you want ( hunt'n style, drive etc..)  Your going to have better luck when breeding good hunt'n dogs together whether it's line breeding, inbreeding or outcrossing one in. The cross will work fine for you. Hopefully you'll produce like dogs. You may have a throw back or two out of the litter, but it should tighten up your line. Remember this will bring out the good traits that your looking for and enhance them, but if you have any bad traits that you dont like it could enhance them too.  Good luck and keep us posted...

again goooood reading

mike
7  HOG & DOGS / GENERAL DISCUSSION / Re: Valu-Pak dog food on: March 02, 2018, 08:42:18 pm
good reading. I've been feeding diamond chicken or lamb rice. been doing good for me, but I'm going to look at the valu pak and do a 50/50 blend.
8  THE CLASSIFIEDS / THE DOG TRADE / American Leopard Cur/hound pups on: February 12, 2018, 07:16:10 pm
Located in Forestburg Tx. ( west of the  Bowie area ) has 6 Leopard pups for sale UKC registered. 4 females and 2 males. They should be around 8 to 9 weeks old now. I believe Bill told me they are Black and Tan or Black Brindle. They are out of my stock and should make for some real good gamy dogs. You can run them on hogs, coons, squirrels, cats or bears. Tight bred.  Contact Bill for prices. Best to call him up. He's an older gentleman that doesn't do much texting.

Bill Biffle 806-279-2399

my email is mike.rogers1967@yahoo.com.   I'll try to get some pics of the pups

thanks for looking

Mike 
9  THE CLASSIFIEDS / THE DOG TRADE / black tan leopard cur pups on: October 07, 2017, 07:53:11 pm
gone thanks ETHD
10  HOG & DOGS / GENERAL DISCUSSION / Re: Coon hunting on: July 23, 2017, 07:53:48 pm
If you would like a pup to take and train then I can hook you up with one. I've got an American leopard cur male pup 15 weeks old. He's black and tan in color. He'll have a chop mouth.   You can run anything you want with him.  He'll be free all I ask is that you hunt him hard and keep me posted.


254-631-9883 text me if you want

mike
11  THE CLASSIFIEDS / THE DOG TRADE / 14 wk old Male Leopard pup on: July 16, 2017, 08:57:19 pm
14 week old male leopard pups. 2 available Black and tan in color. Can be used on hogs, bear, lion, or coons.  text me for more pics. Located in Stephenville Tx. 254-631-9883  or email mike.rogers1967@yahoo.com 



$300 ea.  or both for $450



thanks

mike
12  THE CLASSIFIEDS / THE DOG TRADE / gone thanks on: June 08, 2017, 08:14:18 pm
gone thanks
13  HOG & DOGS / HOG DOGS / Re: Welcome home present on: May 19, 2017, 08:39:18 pm
pups are looking good...
14  HOG & DOGS / HOG DOGS / Re: New litter on: April 25, 2017, 06:06:40 am
good looking pups.
15  HOG & DOGS / GENERAL DISCUSSION / Re: New brood pen on: April 08, 2017, 07:25:25 am
I like it....  Mine is just a 4x4 box inside a old goat shed set on concrete. 28" tall with a square cut door opening in front. No side door, but I really like the side door thinking.  I had a 6" lip on the bottom of  the door to hold the pups in. I ended up putting a ramp on the outside because when the pups got to 4 weeks old they began to climb out. The ramp just made it easier for them to go back in box.  I used a regular heat lamp with a 60 watt light bulb and it made it plenty warm. I also just hung a little fabric over the door to help hold in the heat.

again good job. Looks great.

mike
16  HOG & DOGS / HOG DOGS / Re: Puppies finally hit the ground on: April 07, 2017, 09:06:09 pm
Great looking pups. Great color too
17  THE CLASSIFIEDS / THE DOG TRADE / Sold thanks on: April 06, 2017, 04:32:09 am
Majestic Hound pups for sale in the San Antonio area.  just 2 left.

Call or text John at 210-460-9723 or email hogdog05@yahoo.com ** he prefers calls or text **

Pups are $175 ea. ** may be negotiable and just turned 8 weeks old or so. pups need to go.

male


female


thanks for looking

mike
18  HOG & DOGS / HOG DOGS / Re: anyone hunt with a Spanish Alano Espanol ? on: March 13, 2017, 09:19:13 pm
I am researching by asking someone posting  and starting a thread with knowledge of an interesting breed . II'm curious , since they  came with the settlers, where are the purebred examples of the breed here in the new world?  Were the pure lines diluted over time? I suspect thats what happened.

dilute. I think so then transformed into new breeds. I think a combination of things happened as the conquest was happening.  Both French and Spain settled the coast lines and inland. Battles won and lost against the natives, themselves, as they moved conquered and  colonized. Then trades for goods, spices and animals for gold as they began to settle these areas and then send gold and goods back the Kings.  Trades such as the mustang horse brought native Americans, like the plains Indians,  down to Mexico area for trading.  This could have spread the old world breeds with the native American dog.  But I bet Mother nature took a hold as the war dogs bred native dogs. I would think the same with the guard dogs running with herding dogs. Some old writings talk about the landrace breed and it's importance to the new world. Not just dogs, but other stock.  Landrace dogs may be something for you to look into too.  Gotta remember we had wild game that these war dogs, guard dogs and herding dogs never seen before. Funny too how a "mastiff" covered a wide verity of dogs. Same with the old world hounds or hunting dogs.

good little thread you got going.

mike
19  HOG & DOGS / HOG DOGS / Re: anyone hunt with a Spanish Alano Espanol ? on: March 11, 2017, 09:50:06 pm
there were more than just the Alaunts. There were other types breeds. Guard dogs like the Spanish mastiff and herding dogs like the El Pastor Leones (Carea Leones) Types of greyhounds and a few others. Some real good history on Spanish and French during the conquest and settlements. Carea leones could be the link to a lot of leopard dogs in early America.  As they settled, colonized and built Missions across the gulf states and then moved inland they brought hogs, sheep, cattle and horses along with guard and herding dogs.  the Spanish really push across South America, Mexico toward California.  Some neat history about the Basque and the Basque shepherds and how they pushed 1000's of sheep from Texas to Oregon and Washington state. McNab  like the Basque shepherd so much it was crossed on to his collies to come up with the McNab Shepherd.  I think that was right at 1800 when that happened.  Old world dogs crossing with new world dogs and indian dogs made from some neat stuff out there...
20  HOG & DOGS / GENERAL DISCUSSION / Re: Halfbreed on: March 09, 2017, 09:04:18 pm
Robrert's one of the good ones out there. Lots of knowledge. I wonder if he ever got that old ford running.

eat more possum......

mike
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