Make your own free website on Tripod.com

Kev Stoakes Gloster Fancy Canaries

2013 Breeding Preparation

Home
Gloster Photo's
2005 Gloster Photo's
2006 Gloster Photo's
2007 Gloster Photo's
2008 Gloster Photo's
2009 Gloster Photo's
2010 Gloster Photo's
2011 Gloster Photo's
2013 Breeding Preparation
Hot Topics
2011 Gloster Shows
Show Results
About Me
Contact Me
Favorite Links
Online Store
Online Store - Dogs & Cats
Guest Book

Buff Consort Cock
can023.jpg
Feathers around vent area have been trimmed ready for breeding.

Three Parts Dark Cinnamon Corona Hen
can010.jpg

November 8th 2013

Avi-Culture2 probiotic in the softfood.

Cuttlefish bone present always.

Grit - present always.

Seed mixture - mixed canary seed.

Lighting is aligned to normal daylight hours..

 

The Show Season:-

A trophy, 'The Stoakes Flyer' (in memory of my dad), is awarded for the most points scored in the champion section at the Humberside Show. The aim was to award exhibitors for staging good consistent show teams rather than an outstanding individual bird. Additionally, it was hoped that it would encourage exhibitors to enter lots of birds at a show which already attracts 5 or 6 hundred top quality Glosters. The roll of honour is as follows:-

2004   Saunders & Spring (Nottingham)

2005   Kev Stoakes (Scunthorpe)

2006   Steven Gash (Mansfield)

2007   Not Awarded (show cancelled due to avian flu scare)

2008   Dave Rands (Gilberdyke)

2009   Cottrell & Rands

2010   Cottrell & Rands

2011   Cottrell & Rands

2012   Dave Rands

2013   Could this be you? Join Humberside Gloster Association and enjoy the friendly atmosphere & competition at this year's show in November.

Why 'The Stoakes Flyer'? Well, the name comes from my childhood when my father had a fishing rod made and that was the name which was embossed on it. The year that my bird won the English National was the same year that my dad died. I wanted to do something beneficial for the hobby, attract members to the club and exhibits to the show, whilst also remembering my dad. So I had this silver trophy made and donated it to the Humberside Gloster Association.

Good Luck! I hope you win it and look after it for the next 12 months.

Buff Corona Cock
can018.jpg
paired to ->

Three Parts Dark Buff Consort Hen
can008.jpg

Variegated Buff Consort Cock
can002.jpg
paired to ->

Variegated Buff Corona Hen
can001.jpg

Fawn Consort Hen
2005glosters014.jpg

can014.jpg