Making winner battle cross as brood cock

In the breeding of game fowl it is important that your breeding has a purpose. For example if you want to preserve a game fowl blood line you need line breeding or in-breeding. If you want to produce battle cross you need to breed battle cross. There are many instances that breeders use their winner fighting cock as their brood cock. They believe that using the battle cross that is a winner as a brood cock it will produce a winning offspring.

Game fowl breeders have different ways of using their winner battle cross as brood cock. Some of them breed it by cross breeding to a superior brood hen or breed to a pure hen or pullets in order to produce another variety of battle crosses. Other are use the in and out breeding method in order to preserve the characteristics of the winner battle cross. What is in and out method of breeding? The objective of this breeding method is to produce an off spring that is almost the same as the winner battle cross. How to produce an offspring that have almost the same characteristic and traits with the original winning battle cross? As what I have observed in order to produce an offspring that almost the same with the winning battle cross is to breed that winner battle cross into two different brood hen.

For example the winner battle cross first is breed to a sweater brood and the breeder then select the best offspring that produce in the breeding then save it for example a pullet. Second the winner battle cross is breed to another hen for example to a hatch brood hen then the breeder will select the best offspring for example a stag.

The final breeding in order to have an offspring of the same characteristics and traits to the winner battle cross is to breed the pullets coming from the sweater hen and brood stag coming from the hatch hen. They call that type of breeding as in and out. In that case the offspring produce is almost the same to the winner battle cross because it contains a 100 % blood line of the original winner battle cross.