Signs are 11x17 and laminated. The Warning sign is red & white. The Bio sign is yellow & black. The heritage sign is manilla & black
Price is $5 each plus $4 postage for 1 or 2.  $5 postage for 3-5
Make payable to APG

Norman Terry Morgan Whitehackle

Gloss photo paper $25 plus $5 postage


On canvas $35 plus $5 postage



Sims Hatch:
VERY limited edition prints of the oil painting of the Mel Sims Hatch cock that was presented to Gloria Sims at the 2014 UGBA Convention. 

There were only 52 prints made. Each print is numbered and comes with a certificate of authentication, signed by the artist.
The print is 12"x16" set on a 16"x20" canvas which can be stretched on a frame or mounted on a mat for framing. These are very high quality.

Cost is $40 plus $5 postage.



UGBA Show Standards:
This is the 3rd edition and includes the standards for Spanish fowl. It has 69 pages, 10 of which are colored pictures of roosters. This is a "must" if you are serious about showing your birds. The cost is $20 per book plus $3 for shipping.



DVDs are $10 plus $2 shipping. Discounts for UGBA affiliates.
Contact the UGBA office to order, 209-533-8869.
“A Company of Professionals”         approx 120 mins.
Joe Zannino interviews: Johnny Jumper, Mac White, Curtis Blackwell, Reese Hardin, Billy Ruble, Duke Hulsey and Harold Brown.
This is a historical recording that will gain value as time goes on. Imagine what you would pay to have video interviews with the likes of Hatch, Law, Madigan, Kelso, Allen, Murphy, Miner, Lacy, Boles, etc.
Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of history.

“Dr. Bryant,  The American Cocker” (Clemson Report)   approx. 75 mins.
A sociological discussion concerning gamefowl.
A compelling discussion on the history of gamefowl, cocking, cockers and the laws pertaining to them.
This is the best on the subject that I have ever seen or heard.



“Extinction is Forever”      
A discussion on gamefowl and cocking. Animal Rights Radicals and their tactics. Interviews with UGBA officers from the early 1990's about the organization and gamefowl preservation.

“Where the Gamecock Crows”      
A history of gamefowl and cocking with interview segments with Dr. Marsh and Prof. Bryant. Comparisons with commercial poultry and how Animal Rights organization keep seized fowl. UGBA involvement and the commercial affect gamefowl have on the economy.

Approx. 26 mins for both. $5 plus $2 shipping.




For all items make check or money order payable to UGBA.

Send to:

                P.O. Box 3431
                Sonora, CA 95370