Some Aseel (اصیل) Roosters in Pakistan

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by Kukrukroo, Jan 27, 2014.

  1. Kukrukroo

    Kukrukroo New Egg

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    Hey, I am New on BYC, I Really appriciate this Website,

    and This is going to Be My First Thread.
    ASIL (CHICKEN)


    THE ASIL OR ASEEL IS A BREED OF CHICKEN ORIGINATING FROM SOUTH PUNJAB/ SINDH AREA OF PAKISTAN AND INDIA. SIMILAR FOWL ARE FOUND THROUGHOUT SOUTHEAST ASIA AND HAVE NAMES LIKE SHAMO, GOLDEN, ETC.
    DESCRIPTION AND HISTORY


    ASILS WERE FIRST USED FOR COCK FIGHTING. ASEEL IS NOTED FOR ITS PUGNACITY. THE CHICKS OFTEN FIGHT WHEN THEY ARE JUST A FEW WEEKS OLD AND MATURE ROOSTERS WILL FIGHT TO THE DEATH. HENS CAN ALSO BE VERY AGGRESSIVE TOWARDS EACH OTHER.
    TOWARDS HUMANS ASIL ARE GENERALLY VERY TAME AND TRUSTING. THERE ARE ANECDOTES WHERE THEY HAVE COME TO THEIR KEEPERS FOR OTHER THINGS THAN FOOD, FOR EXAMPLE TO GET THE KEEPER TO OPEN THE DOOR TO THE COOP SO THEY CAN GET TO ROOST.
    THE HENS ARE NOT GOOD LAYERS, BUT ARE EXCELLENT SITTERS. LAYING DEPENDS ON THE ASIL VARIETY, THE SMALL ASIL ARE KNOWN TO BE VERY POOR LAYERS, SOMETIMES LAYING JUST 6 EGGS A YEAR, WHEREAS LARGER ASIL CAN LAY AROUND 40 EGGS A YEAR.IN THE U.S., THE BREED IS LISTED AS CRITICAL BY THE AMERICAN LIVESTOCK BREEDS CONSERVANCY.

    Mianwali-aseel-murgh

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    Hyderabad Asil cock
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    Reza Asil

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    Jawa Asil

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    Aseel From Bhakkar

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    Amroha aseel

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    Amroha aseel

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    Chitta Kukkar

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    Jawa Aseel

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    Shajra Aseel

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    Behangum-Aseel

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    Bihaingam aseel

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    Rampuri Black Aseel

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    Jawa Aseel

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    Jawa Aseel

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    Lakha Aseel

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    Lakha Aseel

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    Madras_Asil

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    Mianwali Aseel

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    Mianwali Aseel

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    Mianwali Aseel

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    Mianwali Aseel

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    Mianwali Aseel

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    Mianwali Aseel

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    Multan Asil

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    Mushka-Lakha Asil

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    Mushka-Lakha Asil

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    Peela Asil

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    Peela Asil

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    Peela Asil

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    Punjabi Asil

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    Jawa Asil

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    Rampuri Asil

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    Rampuri Asil

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    Reza Asil

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    Shajra Asil

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    Shajra Asil

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    Sindhi Cheena Asil

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    Sindhi Cheena Asil

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    Sindhi Cheena Asil

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    Tikki Mor Asil

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    Last edited: Jan 27, 2014
  2. sourland

    sourland Broody Magician Premium Member

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    Welcome to BYC. Thanks for posting pictures of these very impressive birds.
     
  3. Kukrukroo

    Kukrukroo New Egg

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    Thanks a lot, It's my pleasure [​IMG]
     
  4. cluckcluckluke

    cluckcluckluke Overrun With Chickens

    WOW, marvelous thread and very interesting birds. Are they all yours?
     
  5. Kukrukroo

    Kukrukroo New Egg

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    Not All of Them are Mine, But They are very Common and easily found here in Pakistan, specially in my Area Punjab.
     
  6. irmad

    irmad Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi, do you sell hatching eggs?
     
  7. Imrankhan

    Imrankhan New Egg

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    What is the difference between amroha aseel and reza aseel
     
  8. Mohtshim Abrar

    Mohtshim Abrar Out Of The Brooder

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    Pic no 34 rampuri aseel mix colour is look like mine but people say it is not as eel please tell it is as eel
     
  9. yousufalim

    yousufalim New Egg

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    yeah that pic #34, rampuri isnt a pure.
     
  10. yousufalim

    yousufalim New Egg

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    [​IMG]

    here's a young one owned by a friend. locally called "nawaab kay kaalay".

    translated it would mean royal blacks
     

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