My own method of breeding fighting cocks

The breeding of fighting cocks is very challenging because you need more time doing trial and error, money and effort. In order to become a fighting cocks or game fowl breeder it is important that you have a knowledge on genetics in order for you to produce the best fighting cocks that can compete in big time derbies like candellaria, world slasher cup, big time stag derbies like bakbakan and digmaan derby.

Breeding concepts like inbreeding, cross-breeding, line- breeding and others are also need to be understand by the fighting cocks or game fowl breeding. The concept of in-breeding is that you are going to breed brothers and sisters, the purpose of this type of breeding is to preserve the bloodline. Cross-breeding is the type of breeding were game fowl bloodline is cross-breed to other bloodline like the cross breeding of lemon to sweater. This type of breeding is used to produce a battle crosses. Another type of breeding is the line breeding was offspring is breed back to his mother or her father. The purpose of this is to retain the good qualities of a parent.

My own method of breeding in order to produce a breeding material is I choose a brood cock for example dink fair sweater, then choose two brood hens example lemon and the other one is roundhead. In order to produce a brood stag to be use as breeding material I breed my sweater brrod cock to a lemon brood hen to produce a 50% sweater and 50% lemon offspring and called it as output A. Then I cross breed my sweater brood cock to my roundhead brood hen to produce a 50% sweater and 50% roundhead offspring and called it as output B. Then finally I cross-breed output A to output B, then the offspring that produced by cross-breeding output A and output B is the one I use as my breeding material. It is likely the same characteristics with my original sweater brood cock. Now I can produce battle crosses out of the output from cross-breeding output A and output B.