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    anybody had any experience breeding this fowl to produce oriental grades? The pros and Cons pls include.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickenman
    anybody had any experience breeding this fowl to produce oriental grades? The pros and Cons pls include.
    SIR CHICKENMAN, PLS. VISIT THIS THREAD THANKS.

    http://sabong.net.ph/forum/showthread.php?t=39155
    http://sabong.net.ph/forum/showthread.php?t=39155
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    anybody had any experience breeding this fowl to produce oriental grades? The pros and Cons pls include.

    Can anyone please share what a real Parawakan is? Some say it's originated by the late Speaker Monching Mitra while others say it's a native of Palawan. I bought the book Biboy's World of Cockfighting, one page showing a photo of a Parawakan but not close to a Parawakan that I know which is intended for naked heel fighting. Any reply will be very much appreciated.

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    madjack_asils : parawakans were one of the breeds used by mitra to produce his mitra56 line, which was a compendium of a lot of different native breeds. Parawakans are supposedly oriental chickens which are native in palawan. They use this for the naked heel fights called pauwak (?) or tampur (?) if i'm not mistaken. These are large, oriental looking fowl, who has great accuracy in hitting the heads of their opponent. They use their broad breast to shield attacks, which could be a point against them in slasher fighting. The parawakans we have today there, are said to come from malaysia.. Palawan is very much near some islands in malaysia and some of the best parawakans fought there actually came from malaysia. These are very much similar to thai fowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_archangel
    madjack_asils : parawakans were one of the breeds used by mitra to produce his mitra56 line, which was a compendium of a lot of different native breeds. Parawakans are supposedly oriental chickens which are native in palawan. They use this for the naked heel fights called pauwak (?) or tampur (?) if i'm not mistaken. These are large, oriental looking fowl, who has great accuracy in hitting the heads of their opponent. They use their broad breast to shield attacks, which could be a point against them in slasher fighting. The parawakans we have today there, are said to come from malaysia.. Palawan is very much near some islands in malaysia and some of the best parawakans fought there actually came from malaysia. These are very much similar to thai fowl.
    Thank you for sharing this valuable info.

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