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    Rampuri Asil

    To all cockmates:
    i've read a lot of praises about this Rampuri asil and crosses. Can anybody share with me more info about this breed; who are breeding this kind of chicken for fighting purposes? Im now intrigued and would like to raise some. thanks and best regards

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    They are small asils. They also are more agressive than most asils.Very Game...Super Intelligent..the hens fight...pures are not only resistant to disease but also to mites..hit both the body and the head...hit 2x harder than american birds...early maturing for asils (can be fought as stags)

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    That’s great info brudda Tonio…I’ve seen you with your dad in a TV interview about those Rampuri Asil…they look great and power cock when sparred…

    How does it look like with down to ¼ cross to American fowl?..

    marl:hippie:n

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    They look like american fowl already..but still a little tight feathered.

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    Yes, I have seen the rampuri of Tonio on Emoy's ahow. They are almost black and very meaty. They do peck alot but they are really the originals and they do have the history to back it up. It's nice to know somebody grading the real stuff.

    What confuses me is there are red rampuri's that looked like just 1/4 or maybe 1/8. That's why I asked? I have seen black rampuris on the other website and they are similar to Tonio. Are there red rampuri? They don't looked real solid so I suspected it to be graded more.

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    Lightbulb

    Thanks brudda tonio...for sharing great info...

    was your frost greays cross to this Asil type?...1/2 or 1/4 of asils...

    Those 7 stag winners???

    :wink2:

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    No the frost were crossed with lacy and perfection grey. I fought one 3/4Leiper 1/4asil that won the first fight on the first day

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    Sir Tonio.. ,

    Thanks for the information you sent me.....

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    Thumbs up Tonio.

    once again many thanks for the generosity...i've learned a lot from you...keep it up my friend...more power!

    :sprcool:

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    ASIL FIGHT

    sir Tonio, was it a fast fight? did the asil grade won unscathed?
    do you have the video of the fight? baka pwedeng mapanood

    Your Frost grey crosses have proven themselves once again!
    Congrats!

    tetar

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    Rampuri

    thanks again Tonio for your enlightenment on this topic! is it the Rampuri you used in your Wingate x Asil crosses that im interested in? best regards

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    tetar,
    The fight was quick...he lost a toe though...the file is quite large but I will upload it, maybe later or tom..

    flores,

    yes when I say asil I mean rampuri its the only asil I have lef

    clickfish,

    I have some (two) pure Rampuris that came out red so maybe the ones you saw were pure

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    I am quite interested with your Rampuri Asils, Tonio. Are you selling some of them? How much will it cost? Thanks

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    can you please upload more fights tonio

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    This is the grade that won during the bates 7stag

    http://s22.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=3...O1L8Z0B34JL3SF

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    Thumbs up Tonio....

    Very talented fowl…take care bro...more wins..nice video...

    and thanks for sharing...:wow: :wow: :wow:

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    camarines
    thanks for posting our website!

    our rampuri asil was throw back red, he was the only one left
    all four brothers are solid black and was purchased all by a
    known breeder here in p.i. who also loves oriental fowls so
    much!

    the source farm is located at louisiana usa and seldom sell his
    stock.

    i think there are also lot of rampuri asil breeders here in p.i.

    i just started breeding rampuri asil in year 2000. They are easy
    to breed, they have better health, good hatching and survival
    rate, gives hybrid vigor to offsprings compared to straight bred
    western fowls.

    i have tried all my available western fowl hens and found
    different bloodlines nicks at different levels or grades.


    here are pics and video of my three generation rampuri asil
    grading. left are pictures of my lone rampuri asil broodcock (just
    the face he's on molt will post full pic maybe by oct) middle is the
    1/2 rampuri asil 1/2 lemon84 and on the right is 3/4 lemon84
    and 1/4 rampuri asil. you can notice the diminishing apearance-look of the asil.



    http://sabong.net.ph/forum/attachmen...achmentid=4412

    i hope i have shared something from my humble short experience in breeding this strain of asil.

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    Thumbs up

    :wow: Juan...awesome Asil looks really good cross for LK...

    Thanks for sharing it brudda...:wink2:

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    Rampuri Asils

    hi all, very impressive info about these asils. apart from Tonio's Rampuri asils which had been proven in the big fights, we'll all appreciate if there's anyone out there who can help us, asil lovers to start with our own. Asils it appear are rare and dont' come cheap. cheers

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    ka tonio............that rampruri grade ...........displayed...........awesome.........cut ting accuracy.
    sapak na sapak yung ibinira sa kalaban.

    asil............adds.........tremendous cutting accuracy

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    who among you wants to part me a trio of your pure Rampuri Asil?

    Thanks for your generosity....:lol:

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    kickcut44...i can spare you lots of feathers...they are molting
    right now...

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    Lightbulb

    :lol: :lol: :lol:

    Boles had never been spared his fowl unless you're the same feather...

    who can a???...and friend...hahaha!

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    I like my Rampri asils real well, smart, fast, accurate, great cutters. He is a pic of my main brood cock. Matched him pure in gaff and won a very quick one.
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    bluface3

    great! you're fighting them pure in gaff and can won quickly.

    can i ask your opinion, do you think they can be fought in
    long knife pure?

    i have not tried one or seen one here in p.i. that fought them
    pure. i'm sure mine will not do well when fought pure in long
    knife

    what most asil breeder here fought then at 1/2 grade or
    even lower.

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    Wink

    I don't fight many pure, mostly just at hack fights. I like doing this to see if they can cut and can compete well with american fowl. Its riskly business fighting them pure against the faster american fowl. I like doing it ocassionaly to make sure they can still take the punishment.
    I think they would do real good pure, but you would have to be VERY selective which ones. Mine side step and blast a cock coming down, usually hits them in the side or up the back. What I like best is they are smart enough to get off the cock and and let him melt down before he hits again, unlike many of the american fowl who will jump right in and get themselves killed. In competion though I fight 1/2 and 1/4. I'm not brave enough to fight them pure in derbies. Take care -Joe

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    bluface3
    thanks for sharing. hope you can share more of your expertise to us

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    anytime, just ask or start something about asils that is interesting. Take care buddy -Joe

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    Nice asil you have Bluface3...thanks for sharing too!

    i wish i could have of that kind...hehehe!

    :hippie:

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