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old fashion B&T

Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2010 4:13 pm
by Jim Meacham
Looking to find the old fashion B&T. the 12" ears and 100lbs hounds with a real could nose and a real houndy look. I've heard of the bruiser line but have had no luck finding them or anything else for that matter. Please help. I personally run plotts but my 11 year old is looking at the mooncrickets.ha,ha

Re: old fashion B&T

Posted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 9:51 am
by blackandtanman32
Hey Jim, Veronica Terry has some. They come from the keaster line witch was a good hunting line. She has some of their last dogs I believe and she has been breeding them. I heard that she has good results in her breeding. But those big old dogs start a little later than most in life. One guy I know of got one from her and he said it took about 7 months old till he really got running them. Those dogs are so cold nosed, you need a good cold nosed dog for training and thier a little on the slow side till they get older. Ohh yeah her kennel is Dry Creek black and tans. Hope this helps ya bud.

Re: old fashion B&T

Posted: Thu Mar 25, 2010 8:38 pm
by Farmhand
Veronica does not have the last Kuester hounds. I posess one and the rest went to a man in Liverpool, Pa. One of the females is going to be bred to a male in Wis. for a repeat cross this spring or fall. That's all I know for now.

Re: old fashion B&T

Posted: Thu Feb 24, 2011 9:28 pm
by oakridge
Farmhand wrote:Veronica does not have the last Kuester hounds. I posess one and the rest went to a man in Liverpool, Pa. One of the females is going to be bred to a male in Wis. for a repeat cross this spring or fall. That's all I know for now.

Farnhand is right on this I know all of the people and kuesters personally for many years. She has some kuester blood lines I have been to her kennel a couple of times . Keep them in line farmhand.

Re: old fashion B&T

Posted: Tue Mar 08, 2011 9:42 pm
by oakridge
oakridge wrote:
Farmhand wrote:Veronica does not have the last Kuester hounds. I posess one and the rest went to a man in Liverpool, Pa. One of the females is going to be bred to a male in Wis. for a repeat cross this spring or fall. That's all I know for now.

Farnhand is right on this I know all of the people and kuesters personally for many years. She has some kuester blood lines I have been to her kennel a couple of times . Keep them in line farmhand.

I own one of the kuester big dogs with the 12 in. ears will be bred twice this year if all goes well to one of my females and to a secound party in ohio.

Re: old fashion B&T

Posted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 3:32 am
by VALERIE
If you notice the pedigree on some of Veronica's dogs you will see Chancelor's Amos....that's my dog. I ordered him straight from Roberta Kuester, one of the last litter's they whelped for the public, I don't know if they bred some for personal use later. Their son was a hunter also.
I still have a male out of Amos and Magnolia Maple ..Reuben (aka Rawhide) and a female I call Savannah both about 7 yrs old. I have a female out of Amos and Mau I call Squaw. Mau is a cat footed, square headed female that is too old for breeding now, but a beauty in her day, and has taken up residence on my front porch and patio area (kinda makes it look like a set off the old hee haw show) We got a pup out of Veronica's other dogs we called Chief, but sadly lost him a year or so ago.He was one of the most energetic old fashioned dogs I've ever seen and very nice to look at and would have made a good dog if he had been hunted more. So many dogs, so little time....We also have Walkers.

Re: old fashion B&T

Posted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 10:37 am
by oakridge
Send me your email and will send you some pics or a text on your phone if possible.

Re: old fashion B&T

Posted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 5:32 am
by VALERIE
oakridge, if you are asking about my email it's valeriechancelor@yahoo.com. would be glad to look at dog pics, especially the old fashioned long eared black and tans..thanks