KNOWING FIGHTING COCK
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KNOWING FIGHTING COCK

KNOWING FIGHTING COCK – Fighting cocks used for fighting are roosters or roosters that are intentionally reared and have special characters and characteristics to fight, with good, ideal and quality physical characteristics that meet the requirements of fighting cocks which are of course strong and tough.

ALL ABOUT FIGHTING COCK

KNOWING FIGHTING COCK

 

  1. Types of Cockfighting

    The most common type of fighting chicken kept is Bangkok chicken, but there are also other types, namely Shamo chicken, Burmese chicken, Saigon chicken, Brazilian chicken, Filipino chicken and Siamese chicken, as well as local fighting chicken such as Wareng chicken and Kinantan chicken.

  2. Characteristics of Superior Quality Fighting Cock

    Fighting cocks are not just any kind of chicken but must have the characteristics of a good fighting cock, knowing or choosing the best quality fighting cock is indeed not easy, especially with the many characteristics or categories that a chicken must meet.

    Some of these important characteristics are as shown in the following figure.
    -Head like a betel nut
    -Long and thick beak
    -Straight neck and thick hair
    -Shoulder buds
    -Long Body
    -Field chest
    -Tight and long wings
    -Round and flat thighs
    -Long and smooth fingers
    -Round and dry feet
    -Flat scales
    -Knee bend
    -The base of the tail is dense, large and stiff
    -Bubbly tail

  3. Tips for Forming a Tough Fighting Cock

    To get superior fighting cocks, extra care is needed, including care to form strong bones and muscles, routine maintenance so that fighting cocks are always healthy, as well as pre- and post-match care. What are the ways or tips to get superior fighting cocks? Here are some tips that can help to get and build quality fighting cocks.

    Tips for routine care of fighting chickens:

    – Provide physical and mental exercise

    Fighting cocks are likened to boxing athletes, therefore physical and mental training is needed in order to make the chickens look excellent when fighting and before starting training, fighting cocks can be given a little feed (not full portions) for energy during training.

    – Physical training

    It can be done with morning exercises to train and flex muscles, such as neck, body, wings, and leg exercises, besides running training also needs to be done in the afternoon with the help of other chickens, for example by placing the hen in a small cage and then letting the fighting cock run. surround the hen or by another method, namely the fighting cock is trained to chase the untulan chicken (chicken prepared as a fighting cock training partner) which is held by the trainer. In addition, there is also a method of physical exercise by swimming in water, namely by putting chickens in a pool and allowing them to swim for a certain time, this method of swimming training aims to balance the ability of the leg and wing muscles to work, but this method should not be done often because there are risks. hair is damaged.

    – Mental exercise

    Using a system of trying to fight with other fighting chickens, starting one month before the actual match, the training frequency can be adjusted to the condition of the chickens, but at least once a week and can be done in the afternoon.

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    – Bathe the chicken when the sun is shining

    – This aims to keep the condition of the chickens clean and healthy, the chickens will get a fresh atmosphere after bathing so that they are more primed to fight.

    – Dry the chicken for a while to dry then leave the chicken until the afternoon.

    – Provide quality feed and drink in the amount according to the chicken’s needs, such as poer, bran, brown rice, corn or other feed that is adapted to the age of the chicken.

    – Enter into the cage around 03.00-04.00 pm.

    – Twice a day give vitamin supplements (Super Power or Super Top) and other additional foods (brown sugar, tomatoes, sprouts, fish oil, etc.).

    – Apply appropriate disease prevention and treatment measures:

    > Separate and quarantine the newly arrived chickens
    > Clean the manure every day
    > Spray the cage with disinfectant (Medisep)
    > Prevent mice from entering the cage to prevent contamination of feed and drinking water
    > Give worm medicine (Levamid) regularly once a month
    > Immediately separate sick chickens and discard dead chicken carcasses. Give antibiotics (Neo Meditril) when suffering from snoring (CRD), snot (korisa), green defecation (cholera), lime stool (pullorum), and respiratory disorders (colibacillosis) and give vitamins (Solvit) at night to increase endurance chicken body.

    – Tips for forming strong bones and muscles at :

    – Provide quality feed, especially containing high sources of protein and energy
    – Provide mineral supplements in the form of grit (seashell flour or snail shells) and calvita which contain calcium (Ca) and phosphorus (P)
    – Provide vitamin supplementation, especially those containing B-complex vitamins such as Super Power and Super Top
    – Routinely provide physical and mental exercise

    – Post-match care tips :

    – Apply CIL on the injured chicken body part
    – Give Neo Meditril antibiotics to prevent infection after the wound appears
    – About 4-5 days the chickens are released freely and given Strong n Fit to restore energy
    – The next day the chickens are bathed and treated regularly as usual until the chickens are ready to compete again

The occurrence of chicken veins dropping after fighting chickens is very often found in young chickens aged 6-12 months. To prevent this, it is necessary to pay attention to the physical exercise of young chickens, it should not be too heavy, but if there is a drop in the veins, what needs to be done are:

  • Let the chicken rest in the coop
  • Bandage chicken legs that have dropped veins
  • Give rheumatism medicine