Oakhill redtick beagles

Discussion in 'Breeding, Bloodlines, and Pedigrees' started by LtELmer, Jun 26, 2020.

  1. LtELmer

    LtELmer Well-Known Member

    Looking for a history lesson. If you breed them do you get redtick and bluetick ? What style do they usually run ? similar to Weir Creek ? I knew cityus1 grandfather raised oakhill blueticks.
     
  2. Johnathan Sizemore

    Johnathan Sizemore Well-Known Member

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    Idk much about the line but this is one of the best looking hounds I’ve ever laid my eyes on!
     
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  3. LtELmer

    LtELmer Well-Known Member

    that is one of the better blueticks I have seen
     
  4. 5 Solas

    5 Solas Well-Known Member

    Holy smokes that is a beautiful dog!
     
  5. Johnathan Sizemore

    Johnathan Sizemore Well-Known Member

    That’s a oak hill Hound. with the oak hill man himself from what I was told.
     
  6. luckynickelfarm

    luckynickelfarm Well-Known Member

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    I thought the Oakhill "man" is actually a woman named Sally McGee
     
  7. Ken's Kennels

    Ken's Kennels Well-Known Member

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    That man is Barry Logsdon. He breeds oak hill and bramlett dogs. Breeds alot w mike grubbs, wheels of steel willie
     
  8. Johnathan Sizemore

    Johnathan Sizemore Well-Known Member

    I’m not sure just a guy I know sent me that photo and from what I took this fellow breeds a lot of oak hill line??
     
  9. Ken's Kennels

    Ken's Kennels Well-Known Member

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    That is correct.
     
  10. Johnathan Sizemore

    Johnathan Sizemore Well-Known Member

    I was stating that mr.barry now that I know his name is a big “time” oakhill breeder. I was never sure who actually started oakhill line. But now I have been informed. Lol
     
  11. Burnett

    Burnett Well-Known Member

    Thats either a very little man or a very big dog.But hes pretty.The dog not the man.
     
  12. Rabbitfootforme

    Rabbitfootforme Well-Known Member

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    lol, that is not right.... still lol
     
  13. Circle4p

    Circle4p Well-Known Member

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    That away to get that check Burnett... lol
     
  14. bear128

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    Daddy rabbit had a bluetick from miss Sally he bred to a lot of his weircreeks he always said that male Jeb I believe was his name threw nothing but blueticks no reds at all . Blue is a more dominant gene
     
  15. Ken's Kennels

    Ken's Kennels Well-Known Member

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    You have to have the red recessive gene on both sides from what little bit I understand about that stuff.
     
  16. LtELmer

    LtELmer Well-Known Member

    that is what I seen on the pedigrees,red on both sides.
     
  17. AJ Johnson

    AJ Johnson Well-Known Member

    Thabo a big dog. What size is he?
     
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  18. Ken's Kennels

    Ken's Kennels Well-Known Member

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    Check out his Facebook page Barry Logsdon. Has some good Bramlett dogs bred now. I was going to get one last year but he didn't have enough females.
     
  19. TRK

    TRK Well-Known Member

    That is correct.
     
  20. adam on the eagle

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    My first two dogs were pups I bought from miss Sally McGehee. A male and a female both were Bluetick with black blanket backs tan pic points over their eyes and red tick socks on their feet. They were bred twice and 80% of the pups came out looking just like mom and dad. The other twenty percent were black and white with the tan pic points. I just bred female out of them this spring to a Bramlett dog. Four of the pups came out looking like Oakhill Blueticks and three are Black and Tan. I’ve been told that the Bluetick gene is dominant. The little bit of breeding I’ve done this has been my experience with my Oakhill dogs
     

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