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    Thai cocker or Breeder???

    Since there the bird flu going on is there any thai breeder who live in the US...or anyone who know if any Thai bloodline. Thanks

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    i got my black thai (GODZILLA) broodcock from a breeder in south carolina.he`s the one in my avatar.he is fighting them hatch-thai cross in gaff.

    in what bloodline do you want to cross them pure thais?

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    what his named PM me for more infor. Please I'm very interested. Thanks

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    you gotta tell me first your intentions of acquiring them thais

    where do you want to cross them?what type of weapon are you fighting?what makes you interested about this thai fowl.wanna know........also interested.

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    pardon me for those questions.........but i wanna know first if you are really a cockfighter........or an ***?????

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    Why, I'm into the naked heel tape boxing and I wanted some Thai to infuse with my shamo and Brazilina X you know thai add the extra gameness....and that why I'm interested.

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    HELP..... Thai Asil

    Anybody here guys who could advise me what to do to transfort my thai asil from Thailand to Philippines. thank you so much!

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    Has anyone ever heard of a "maylay" breed of gamecock

    Hi,
    Has anyone heard of a Maylay chicken, i am not sure of spelling but it is pronounced, "maylay", or "maelay" .....? Anyone with any information would be very very helpful, I am seeking to purchase eggs or just get any general info. on this breed of bird.
    Thanks,
    A.K.

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    Re: Has anyone ever heard of a "maylay" breed of gamecock

    MALAY is an oriental breed like Asil is said to be 99% malay, they are large chicken with very short feather and they are game chicken

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    Re: Has anyone ever heard of a "maylay" breed of gamecock

    They stand real high like the asils, they are slow fighters like asils. If crossed with American fowl they could come out with some pretty nice grade stags, it would probably take to the second or third through line breeding to get the right grade, but it would be worth the time. They would intrduce hard hitting accurate power. However look into who you are buying them from becasue these days most of them are raised for the show pen, so although they may look promising they may not be game. There was a guy who lived about three hours away from me and he raised Malays so i got all excited and went out to his place, and they were all just show birds, i didnt buy any i really wanted to but i didnt. Good luck bro

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    Re: Has anyone ever heard of a "maylay" breed of gamecock

    Hope this is just part of your concern having a malay fowl on my backyard as a pet!!!


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    Smile Re: Has anyone ever heard of a "maylay" breed of gamecock

    thats a real malay alright from the size plume colour and the texture i get one similar like that dont know if it is good in breeding tho

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    Re: Has anyone ever heard of a "maylay" breed of gamecock

    i never heard of it, can somebody tell us what it is?

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    Re: Has anyone ever heard of a "maylay" breed of gamecock

    [QUOTE=seanote00]Hi,
    Has anyone heard of a Maylay chicken, i am not sure of spelling but it is pronounced, "maylay", or "maelay" .....? Anyone with any information would be very very helpful, I am seeking to purchase eggs or just get any general info. on this breed of bird.
    Thanks,
    A.K.[/QUOT


    yeah...she's my breeders favorite...she MAY LAY next week next month after holy week...

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    Re: Has anyone ever heard of a "maylay" breed of gamecock

    Hahahaha

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    Re: Has anyone ever heard of a "maylay" breed of gamecock

    Maylay? Chevrolet? (she ever lay)?

    Crazy rooster who stick head in lawn mower, wind up in stew.

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    Re: Has anyone ever heard of a "maylay" breed of gamecock

    Quote Originally Posted by SCORGEPIST
    Hope this is just part of your concern having a malay fowl on my backyard as a pet!!!

    http://www.ganoi.com/photopost/data/501/malaystag2.jpg


    Yes I've seen one such fowl when I visited the farm of a breeder in Calatagan. It's a big fowl...not sure if it can be fought....perhaps mated with a regular rooster or hen to produce fighting fowls with the Malay bloodline.

    Cheers,
    Marie

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    Re: Has anyone ever heard of a "maylay" breed of gamecock

    They could be fought but not pure, they look like asils but will sulk after about 3 minutes of naked heel fighting, if even that, you would have to have a deep cross, like 1/4 Maylay 3/4 American/PI fowl. or even more. They look mean but then again so does a ****zu when they growl LOL

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    Wink Re: Has anyone ever heard of a "maylay" breed of gamecock

    much better to get an authentic spurred thai asil.. malay asils are only good for boxing.. malaysians call them kampung chickens.. they still fight them in the knife but they are not as game..

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    Re: Has anyone ever heard of a "maylay" breed of gamecock

    i agree

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    Thai Asil

    any info of the fighting style of the Thai Asil??what bloodline is best to cross with a Thai Asil hen?? all infos are appreciated. thank you mga kasabongs! .

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    Re: Thai Asil

    parawakans are thais

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    Quote Originally Posted by redm
    any info of the fighting style of the Thai Asil??what bloodline is best to cross with a Thai Asil hen?? all infos are appreciated. thank you mga kasabongs! .
    from what i've learned through my friend who have this blood for a long time and got his breeding materials directly from a big breeder in Thailand.. there are two types of thai asil.. spurred and non-spurred type.. get the spurred type as they are suitable for the knife since they are accurate cutters and steel game, their size is also not a problem since they are small compared to the non-spurred type..

    while the non-spurred type is only good for boxing and endurance as per my friend..

    he crossed them to Hatches and Murphys then linebred them to the American side to get only 1/4 asil blood.. in his experience, his 1/4 grades have higher winning percentage than the 1/8 grades.. they come out clean and will win multiple times..


    Spangled Thai Asil hen
    http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c3...haiAsilhen.jpg

    sons: Murphy/Thai
    http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c3...rphyAsil02.jpg

    http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c3...rphyAsil01.jpg

    i have 3 Murphy/Thai stags but can't determine the fighting style yet.. they just started to show.. the pit will determine if it was worth the hassle getting the hen over here.. i saved 4 pullets just in case..

    first sparring: the murphy/asil is on the right side. against a Hatch/Roundhead
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    Re: Thai Asil

    thai asils arer the rampuri's if im not mistaken and good to cross with hatch...

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    Re: Thai Asil

    Quote Originally Posted by vince59
    thai asils arer the rampuri's if im not mistaken and good to cross with hatch...
    Hi Vince, they say Rampuri's are from Rampur its in India I think this is one of the real asils. And I heard if you get the good ones they are game in the knife pure.

    Thais of course is developed in Thailand. More stylish than other orientals. Most fly high during the first few buckles. And they like to go under the wings of the opponent and also like going thru under between the legs to evade kicks. This is a desired style in naked heel.

    My white Thai


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    Re: Thai Asil

    thank you very much for all the infos and advices,especially sir draven..ang galing ng murphy/asil mo,high percentage ang winning nyan sir, ang galing ng cutting parati nakasingit ang paa.goodluck! sir draven. .

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    Good info bros. Thais are more on boxing asils. alway check if they are steel game.

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    thai fowl bred by pareng randybullz
    they call it parawakan

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    thai (parawakan) grade
    3 times winner

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