Cockfighters worldwide doing artificial insemination

One sperm collection per gamecock rooster per day is adequate for 10-30 gamecock hens per day. This is the fifth article touching the topic of artificial insemination for chickens – broilers, layers, and gamecocks. In 2011, the first article was How To Breed A Gamecock That Is Blind and Crippled Both Feet?. In 2011, the…

Artificial Insemination + Battery Cage: A Gamecock Breeding System

Repost Have you considered using artificial insemination and battery cages together as a gamecock breeding system? One brood cock for ten brood hens? One brood cock for fifty brood hens? Our previous articles with Artificial Insemination for chickens and poultry: How To Breed A Gamecock That Is Blind and Crippled Both Feet? How To Breed…

Genetic Engineering and Cloning in Poultry Industry 2003

Repost United Poultry Concerns is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the compassionate and respectful treatment of chickens, turkeys, ducks and other domestic fowl. We hold that the treatment of these birds in the areas of food production, science, education, entertainment, and humane companionship situations has a significant effect upon human, animal, and environmental welfare. We seek…

How To Breed A Gamecock That Is Dead Game?

Pit Game The best we can guarantee to breed is pit game gamecock. A gamecock that will keep trying to kill his foe until his body consume the oxygen from his last breath. To secure a draw. Most will win though. The gamecock that survived all inflicted wounds including fatigue can be considered as a…

How To Breed A Gamecock That Is Blind and Crippled Both Feet?

Sometimes, one of our warriors will be completely crippled and blind after his 9th battle. Let’s say, in his first 8 fights in the pit, he was unscratched and won under 60 seconds. We do not want to lose his genes in our closed family of gamecocks. So we have to resort to what ostrich…