How To Choose a Good Fighting Cock

How To Choose a Good Fighting Cock

There are 2 ways to choose Bangkok Chicken. First, choose candidates for fighting cocks. Second choose the finished fighting cock.For those who want to be practical, they are more likely to choose ready-made fighting chickens, meaning that Bangkok Chickens are over 10-12 months old and have already been competed in circles. Choosing a fighting cock that has become more practical because the game can already be seen when fighting. It’s just that the price of fighting cocks has become more expensive, especially if you’ve won a match.

Many beginner Bangkok Chicken fans who start the Bangkok Chicken hobby by choosing young Bangkok Chicken. However, there are also those who choose Chickens ready to be trained, to be trained and prepared in a few months. Once finished, the chicken can be sold and make a profit.

So, to make it easy to remember, how to choose a young fighting cock candidate can use the term 3D, namely Seen Touched and Diterawang. This term is like seeing real or fake money. The description is as follows.

Look carefully at the physical parts and movements of the Chicken in general without being held, because from the vision you will see the general posture of the Bangkok Chicken and its movements when walking, whether the posture is balanced from head, body to feet, and translucent beak and leg color.

You can also pay attention to when the Chicken is standing and when the Chicken is walking, the Chicken looks sluggish or the fingers and feet are not good or normal. Because usually for experienced chicken breeders, they are experts in seeing chickens that are classified as good or less. If the Chicken looks interested, it is better if the Chicken is held and touched on the body of the Chicken. This aims to check the physical strength of the bones and muscles, namely by feeling the circumference of the body / chest to estimate the size of the chicken, feeling the waist, coccyx, cloacal claw bone, front sternum and lower sternum, wing base bone, neck clawbone, muscles. thighs, legs / scales.

Then the hand must be tightened (squeezed) to feel the chicken so that the bones and muscles are caught. Strength, resistance and immunity to blows lies in the strength of the bones, muscles and the rigors of the body as a whole.

For beginners, it is necessary to get used to holding / squeezing each part of the chicken’s body so that they are used to distinguishing hard-bodied or flabby chickens. Hard and soft body and bones are also different for young and adult chickens, and between untrained and trained chickens. Besides that, not all parts of the Chicken have to be large, because the Bangkok Chicken that you are looking for is not only sturdy and strong, but also has to be agile and agile.

Look at the suitability of the eye color, lower chest color and feather color, including the color balance between the left and right on the beak and legs and the balanced left and right wing feather color. Because the translucent color determines the tenacity (focus / not ambivalence) in fighting with a mental better fight to the death than running. Persistent unyielding is also based on the lineage of Chicken (breed). If the chicken has no clear pedigree, then this translucent color is very much considered in choosing Bangkok Chicken.

Pay attention to the shape of the eyes, the eye gaze, the shape of the face and head, because this is what determines the chicken has good mental and courage, a head that is strong but agile, the technique of playing head up or down. Then the scales of the feet and fingers, are they really dry or not dry but hard.

Pay close attention to the shape of thick or thin scales, look for and count the number of scales that you have subscribed to such as sweet potato rings, slips and slits, some even count the number of scales on the middle finger (19-21) to determine whether the finger is long or not and the number of scales on the finger. rear (6-8).

Then lift the Chicken to estimate the position of the legs when rising and jumping, whether the two legs are the same rising, crossing, embroidering or regular straight. Then the Chicken is lowered again until his finger partially steps on the ground to see if the Chicken can rest using his three front fingers (tiptoe).

After that part of the leg is also seen the position of the spurs (low close to the back finger), the shape of the spurs (double or not, small or large). Because researching Bangkok Chicken feet takes a relatively long time so you can see and see the potential for deadly foot blows or spurs.

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