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10 Best Fighting Rooster and Gamefowl Breeds

10 Best Fighting Rooster and Gamefowl Breeds

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If you are looking for the best fighting rooster breeds, then you are in the right place. Game fowls or fighting roosters are a group of different breeds dedicated to fighting among themselves. They are characterized by extremely aggressive behavior in both females and males. This temperament manifests itself from an early age, so separating the males from each other is necessary to avoid a fight. Today, we will address the different breeds of fighting roosters, also called fighting or fighting roosters, since there are other races and a lot of ignorance on this subject. Know and choose which is the best breed for you. In countries where cockfighting is legal (need to secure a permit from the government), like the Philippines, the type of fighting cocks breeds or gamefowl is very imp...
Lists of Gamefarms and Gamefowl Breeders in Bacolod and Negros Island

Lists of Gamefarms and Gamefowl Breeders in Bacolod and Negros Island

Poultry
Are you looking for a list of gamefarms and gamefowl breeders in Bacolod and Negros?  You come to the right place! When it comes to chicken of all sorts, Bacolod City, the capital of Negros Occidental, is arguably the most famous place in the Philippines. Not only that it is the home of the original chicken inasal, it is also the home of the best gamefowls and fighting cocks in the country.  In Luzon, a gamecock from Bacolod is considered high-end. They are the finest compared to gamefowls from other provinces. Although other provinces and cities are trying to establish their names recently, Bacolod is already an established “brand” when it comes to fighting cocks. If you are planning to visit the Negros Island and want to buy gamefowl from there, it is better to have a list of gamef...
Regular Rooster vs Gamefowl: What’s the Difference?

Regular Rooster vs Gamefowl: What’s the Difference?

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When it comes to fighting roosters, a non-game regular rooster will be no match for a gamecock, especially when the fighting lasts more than a minute, as I am going to explain below. Even before I started this blog, a lot of people who visit my backyard farm always ask me if my giant Black Australorp and monstrous Barred Plymouth Rock will not run away if any of them meet a fighting cock, and I always tell them, “Yes, they will run away.” Before anything else, let us know what these birds are and their differences. What is a regular rooster? A rooster, or specifically a regular rooster, is a male chicken raised and bred to mate with hens to reproduce. Farmers who raise rosters are those who want their flock multiple. In contrast, farmers who only raise chicken for eggs don’t raise ...