Pomeranian Pouter

Origin: This pouter variety originated in the Pomerania section of Germany. It is a direct descendant of the Dutch Cropper and was developed by the breeder who favored longer legged pouters with an upright carriage.

Overall Impression: The physical attributes of this breed such as the huge but proportioned globe, the massive body, the long, powerful limbs, the huge muffs, and the upright station of 60 to 80 degrees combine to give this breed the look of pure power. The length of the Pomeranian from the tip of the beak to the end of the tail should be 20 to 24 inches with a corresponding weight of 22 to 30 ounces.

Old Dutch Capuchine

The primary purpose of any standard is to guide the breeder in his quest to produce uniform specimens that most nearly resemble the ideal. This standard should also be used to guide those persons chosen to judge our birds. This will bring about consistent evaluation of our breed which is our goal.

We hope to impress in the minds of all breeders of the Old Dutch Capuchine that our breed has many characteristics or traits which must be taken into consideration when judging or choosing breeding stock. We must look for balance in our birds and not overly emphasize any one area, but rather focus on a balanced bird regardless of personal preference.

Chinese Owl


Head : Arched from back of the beak, forming a smooth profile. Width equally proportioned. Should be bold in appearance.

Eye and Cere : Alert and clear. Bull in white; red or red-orange in coloured birds. Any colour in pied or ACO, except split, cracked or one of each colour not permissible. Eye cere fine and smooth, following the contour of the eye. Dark colour in black, blue, and checked. Light shade in other colours, but flesh in white.

Nun Pigeon


Origin is Germany; certainly related to the Helmet and the Nun. Indications point to a common ancestry. Overall Impression not very big, but strong, graceful, and noble in appearance.

Old German Cropper

This ancient breed originated in Germany and Hungary.A large breed; with a well developed globe; extremely long with its wings extending past the end of its tail; standing with the front part of its body semi erect and the rear part of the body close and parallel to the ground; the back line forms a gentle sloping arc.