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I hear that term very often, and I don't know exactly what it means. From what I heard and what the name gives me, I imagine their a type of fowl used it combat sports, fighting, and such. Am I wrong? If someone could explain, it would be great.
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You are correct. And I'll add it takes a different more responsible approach to raising them. Whatever u know about layers forget it for raising games. They're fighting chickens its what they do the chicks fight the cocks fight and the hens fight. And it don't matter how much you want them to live all together in one big happy flock if theyre real games you're gonna have a blood bath
Edited by sdm111 - 4/20/16 at 2:34pm
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Showoff your American gamefowl has a lot u can read and learn about them. What to do and what not to do
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Originally Posted by GalloNegrito View Post

I hear that term very often, and I don't know exactly what it means. From what I heard and what the name gives me, I imagine their a type of fowl used it combat sports, fighting, and such. Am I wrong? If someone could explain, it would be great.

Game is the word that describes their wild native like traits, Roosters especially of gamefowl category are naturally born to fight mostly to the death unless you get a sleeper or a runner, call it territorial but even hens fight. I've seen numerous Asil hens whoop after a Asil cock or stag. They are very intelligent, strong, beautiful and gentle birds towards a handler excluding manfighters as they can be worked with if the handler sees potential. In any sort of danger they'll protect themselves against snakes even hawks! Gamefowl can change you, they're not an obsession but a passion.
Edited by BirdHead - 4/21/16 at 8:46am
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They must be separated however
Edited by BirdHead - 4/21/16 at 8:49am
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