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History of the Rhode Island Red Club
Why People Fail With Rhode Island Reds in America
How to get Started with Rhode Island Red Large Fowl
History of the Moahwk Rhode Island Reds
How to line breed White Plymouth Rocks
How to Wash White Plymouth Rock Bantams
How to Breed Coloubian Color Patern
Silver Penciled Rock Large Fowl History
Getting Started with Columbian Plymouth Rock Large Fowl a Beginners Guide
Rotational Line Breeding White Plymouth Rocks
Reinventing Rhode Island Red Type
Defective Top Lines in the SCCL Classes
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Breeding Rhode Island Reds by the Standard of Perfection
In Breeding Rhode Island Red Bantams
Breeding Barred Plymouth Rock Bantams
The Secrets in the Dam
Breeding Columbian Plymouth Rock Color Pattern
The Secrets to Breeding R I Red Bantams
The Secrets of Breeding R I Red Bantams
Shows for Plymonth Rock Club Data Base
How To Get Started With Barred Rock Large Fowl
Silver White Gene in Large Fowl White Rocks
Silver White Gene in White Plymonth Rock Large Fowl
First Newsletter Plymonth Rock Club 2008
Cornell Univ. Collection
You can borrow on Libary Loan
Short Cut to Success
Short Cut to Success
White Plymonth Rock Large Fowl How to Get Started in Them
Line Breeding White Plymonth Rock Large Fowl
Barred Plymonth Rocks
How to get started with Red Large Fowl
Recomended Product for Rhode Island Reds and White Rocks
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White Rock Chicks and Eggs For Sale
Rhode Island Red Large Fowl
Line Breeding R I Reds
Questions Asked
Jr R I Red Club Program
Breeding R I Reds to Win
Beginners Guide to Color
Getting Reds ready for the show
Egg Color
Becoming a Breeder
Line Breeding R I Reds
R I Red Color Part 3
Shipping Hatching Eggs
Lost Secrets
Rhode Island Red Color Part 2
History of the Rhode Island Red CLub
History of the Rhode Island Red Bantam
History of the Rose Comb R I Reds
Homesteading R I Red Bantams
Gettting Started with r i red bantams part 2
Getting Started with R I Red Bantams Part 1
BreeBreeding R I Red Bantams Part 3
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Rough Draft
Getting Started with R I Red Bantams Part 1

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History of Rhode Island Red Club of America

The Rhode Island Red Club of America was founded on a cold blizzard of a day in a Coffee Tavern in Fall River, Mass. It was in December l898 that a group of interested breeders of this your new breed sat down to draft out this new organization. Some of these new promoters were Dr. Aldrich, Lester Tompkins, I.W. Bean, Dan Shove who became the first Club President, and Col. Bryant.

Over the l00 year history this special breed club reached upwards to 5000 club members during the l920’s under then club Secretary Wid Card. The circulation of the Rhode Island Red Journal published in Waverly, Iowa, reached 50,000 copies each month. The Red Club had one National Meet in the l920’s in Columbia, South Carolina that had over 750 Large Fowl entered. For the past 30 years the Red Club has been under careful leadership of Emmett Rachels as our club Secretary. The quarterly news letter " The Rhode Island Red Chronicle" has been providing members with interesting articles, show reports and general information pertaining to its membership. In Jan. of 2001, Mr. Emmett Rachel’s retired as club Secretary and Mr. Matthew A. Lhamon was appointed to fill his position. On Jan. 1st, 2004 Mr. John Klimes was appointed Secretary of the Club to replace Mr.Lhamon.

The Red Club sponsors a State, District and National Meet providing awards for Best and Reserve Best of Breed for both Large Fowl and Bantams.

There has been new life injected in the Rhode Island Red Club this past year with fresh new articles on breeding, breed type, color and on bantams. These articles are available on the Rhode Island Red Club web site for your reading. This demonstrates a commitment from the membership that will be even more noticeable in years to come. The Rhode Island Red Club places strong emphases on the promotion of junior members as we have learned from our for fathers that is the greatest asset of the breed club is our youth and they are the future promoters of the club as care takers of the breed.

The Rhode Island Red Club of America invites you to be an active member. We promise to provide you with a year of enthusiasm, unity and continuous education on breeding, raising, conditioning and showing Rhode Island Reds.

Even, if you do not raise Rhode Island Reds you will find your dues as a worthwhile investment with your favorite breed as we will share with you what we have been taught and have learned. This will be a win-win relationship for you and the Rhode Island Red Club.

Your dues can be sent to Mr. Klimes. Junior’s dues are $5.00 and Adult’s are $l5.00 per year.

We would be honored to have you as one of our club members.

Fraternally yours for a better Rhode Island Red Club of America.

Robert Blosl, Club President




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