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    Satsumadori

    hello im new here and wanted to ask all the experienced breeders if you know if there are satsumadori in the US? i was told that a man imported them but crossed them to American Games..does anyone know if this is true and if so who is he or does anyone know how to get some legally in the US..thank you everyone in advance

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    Re: Satsumadori

    satsumadori is a japanese fowl... nice cocks

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    Re: Satsumadori

    Ive never heard of said line of fowl, are they Oriental looking, like Asils??

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    Re: Satsumadori

    here is a picture of a project satsumadori i just started helping a friend out with..
    a satsu should look like this with a fan tail more upright body tighter wings and normally seen in bbr


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    Re: Satsumadori

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan J View Post
    Ive never heard of said line of fowl, are they Oriental looking, like Asils??
    http://www.longtail-fowl.com/satsumadori.html

    some people have said that shamo is the only true gamefowl for cockfighters in Japan though, and these are more like for gamefowl fanciers.

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    Re: Satsumadori

    Satsumadori were originally typical speedfighters used with a large single steel spur. Today there are 2 strains in Japan the fast and lean type (the gametype..most preferred as the it's the traditional type, and it's a protected cultural inheritance breed) and the heavier type bred for meat. Satsumadori grows slow, therefor their meat is considered a delicassy.
    It's a great breed, i breed them now for 8 years.

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    Re: Satsumadori

    I have seen a few of these online. They look nice to me, looks like some people in the PI are using them. How big do they get?

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    Re: Satsumadori

    These big guys 15Lb don't fight like there 15 pounders but look at those extended feet!
    [ame]http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bPjAf6MhRzw&feature=plcp[/ame]

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    Re: Satsumadori

    Amazing big birds !!

    Pictures of Satsumadori
    http://image.search.yahoo.co.jp/sear...91%A9%E9%B6%8F

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    Re: Satsumadori

    Quote Originally Posted by Perfect-Gull View Post
    These big guys 15Lb don't fight like there 15 pounders but look at those extended feet!
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bPjAf6MhRzw&feature=plcp
    Indian Aseel...............?.

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    Re: Satsumadori

    The satsadori look like the China fowl that were discussed in a thread earlier this year!

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    Re: Satsumadori

    @Masao...those are nice pics on that link! I saw on another thread that you breed these birds, no?

    From what I was able to find it looks like they come in two different sizes of big and bigger...lol.

    @PG...nice find. Are you able to find footage of the smaller 7 pound Satsumadori's? They do have a resemblance to the China fowl in regards to their tails.

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