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What types of Tipplers Are There?

PostPosted: Mon Feb 28, 2011 6:06 am
by YusufKormez
I been Researching for a while now There a Few Strains of Tipplers.

But since Im new to them Im still in wonder and want to know more,
Can someone Please explain to me In ENGLISH simple Brief description of what type of tippler there are, Including Photos, and What the Standards are,

Im on a Mission to find the Best suiting Tippler for me So I can start a Project with them,

All Im after is some Good tipplers that would fly 20 - 30 birds at once for 2hrs +
And then I want to start picking out making an A team B team etc kitting 5 birds then to 3 etc,
I have one Budapest tippler at the moment That flies by himself for 3hrs but he seems like a cross to me and his colorings are not right. Any help would be Appreciated.

Re: What types of Tipplers Are There?

PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 5:07 pm
by Birdman79
There is lovatts,grodon houghes,sheffields,macclesfield,bodens,and more.Some are highflyers,some medium,and some are chimney fliers.Some are small and have a medium beak,some are a little bit bigger,and have a bigger beak also.Some like to rake ,some don't.Some fly fast as homers,some fly slow.Here's a couple of links that might help.

http://www.tossingtipplers.com/about_1.html
http://www.tipplers.com/