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    rooster book

    does anyone know of a book written in tagalog that shows the different type of kaliskis and also a color chart that explains when a rooster is at his best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 94BLOCK
    does anyone know of a book written in tagalog that shows the different type of kaliskis and also a color chart that explains when a rooster is at his best.
    hmmmmm. interesting!

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    what's goin on, waipahu?

    i dont think that book is written, bro. you'd better just go ask tata. hehe

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    Re: rooster book

    Quote Originally Posted by 94BLOCK
    does anyone know of a book written in tagalog that shows the different type of kaliskis and also a color chart that explains when a rooster is at his best.
    There was.. ROOSTERMAN

    BullRider

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    LOL.. 94blOCk.. I lived there for a few months.. Nice to hear peoples raising birds in waipahu..

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    Re: rooster book

    Quote Originally Posted by 94BLOCK
    does anyone know of a book written in tagalog that shows the different type of kaliskis and also a color chart that explains when a rooster is at his best.
    I just got here from PI and right before i came back here i stopped by national bookstore to buy some books to read in the plane. And i came across a magazine where it shows when a cock is better/worst at certain months by determining their feather/leg color. I believe it was called "Lo Dyes" or "Lo Dyis". But the months go up to jan 2008 only.

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    Re: rooster book

    patac
    do you know what issue that was. thanks 4 youre help

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    Re: rooster book

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    do you know what issue that was. thanks 4 youre help
    The scales reading and supertitious beliefs (pamahiin) is regularly featured in "Lo Dyis" magazine, even some jokes. If you want it free but in English, just look for it at www.sabungero.com

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    This is from the article by Atty De Castro taken from www.sabungero.com

    A. Winning Scales

    1. The whole unbroken scales at the knuckles, (buo sa kamao), found after the fifth scales downward from spur level. These should be balanced in the two feet, and the more whole scales downward the better. Roosters with this scales become multiple winners.

    2. Whole-unbroken scales at the level of the spur or at the last upper scale covered by feathers.

    3. Tres Siete - With three scales at the outer fingers, with the third scale upward in level with the seventh scales at the middle finger counted downwards. By far, this is the most superior scale that has never lost in battle.

    4. Diamond inset scale (sudya) embedded anywhere in front or back of the legs in the front knuckle or upper part of middle fingers and inside fingers, or after the first of the middle finger. This is bad if embedded after the fifth scale (el quinto) of the middle finger unless both fingers have it. This is also bad if located at the outer finger, particularly after the 3rd of the 5th scale, unless balanced in both outside fingers.

    5. Double inside scale in front of the leg touching the spur as if supporting the spur.

    6. Tres Andanas - Front leg scales with 2 unbroken lines from top to bottom

    7. Three (3) scales only on the small back fingers.

    8. Broken scales on the last scales of all fingers.

    9. Uno y media - Broken scale or diamond inset (media) after the first scale of the middle or inner fingers.

    10. Baretahan - A post-like composite of downward unbroken scales in the middle of the leg separated by two downward lines from the side scales. It looks like an unbroken post in the middle of the front leg.

    11. With no longer inner fingers than the outer fingers.

    12. A rooster with black balls. This character is carried in the bloodline.

    13. A rooster with a small feather in the middle of the hole at the end of the inner wing.

    14. Dagit Lawin - A rooster dropped by the hawk while still a chick.

    15. A rooster with a large feather in the middle at the back of the ass (the heart shaped structure where the tail feathers are attached).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camarines
    This is from the article by Atty De Castro taken from www.sabungero.com

    A. Winning Scales

    1. The whole unbroken scales at the knuckles, (buo sa kamao), found after the fifth scales downward from spur level. These should be balanced in the two feet, and the more whole scales downward the better. Roosters with this scales become multiple winners.

    2. Whole-unbroken scales at the level of the spur or at the last upper scale covered by feathers.

    3. Tres Siete - With three scales at the outer fingers, with the third scale upward in level with the seventh scales at the middle finger counted downwards. By far, this is the most superior scale that has never lost in battle.

    4. Diamond inset scale (sudya) embedded anywhere in front or back of the legs in the front knuckle or upper part of middle fingers and inside fingers, or after the first of the middle finger. This is bad if embedded after the fifth scale (el quinto) of the middle finger unless both fingers have it. This is also bad if located at the outer finger, particularly after the 3rd of the 5th scale, unless balanced in both outside fingers.

    5. Double inside scale in front of the leg touching the spur as if supporting the spur.

    6. Tres Andanas - Front leg scales with 2 unbroken lines from top to bottom

    7. Three (3) scales only on the small back fingers.

    8. Broken scales on the last scales of all fingers.

    9. Uno y media - Broken scale or diamond inset (media) after the first scale of the middle or inner fingers.

    10. Baretahan - A post-like composite of downward unbroken scales in the middle of the leg separated by two downward lines from the side scales. It looks like an unbroken post in the middle of the front leg.

    11. With no longer inner fingers than the outer fingers.

    12. A rooster with black balls. This character is carried in the bloodline.

    13. A rooster with a small feather in the middle of the hole at the end of the inner wing.

    14. Dagit Lawin - A rooster dropped by the hawk while still a chick.

    15. A rooster with a large feather in the middle at the back of the ass (the heart shaped structure where the tail feathers are attached).
    May katanungan pa ba kayo?!!!

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