I think it's genetic, I'm not talking about the rooster who is slightly nervous and pinches his hand, I had some roosters that when I passed in front of the cage they wanted all the costs to beat me, and I raised all the same way, without doing preferences, indeed I have always used slow and affectionate gestures. There are some who calm down together with a hen, other roosters don't calm down, their only desire is to beat mankind! I don't use them to make chicks. because it is a defect that is transmitted very easily.But this is just my way of breeding, I don't have the presumption to say that this method is correct.
Having a manfighter is stressful! Its hard to handle/care for them when the time/patient with them so they can get used to you and acknowledge you are the one feed them healthy feeds and clean water but they still attack you like they are endanger. We shouldn't feel stress in our pets and some live longer than others is because they may be the favorite ones. Sometimes they can be a packer more than usual and maybe they are hungry too but charging at you is totally a manfighter and I don't tolerate that.
Avere un combattente è stressante! È difficile da gestire / cura per loro quando il tempo / paziente con loro in modo che possano abituarsi a voi e riconoscere che sei quello nutrire loro mangimi sani e acqua pulita, ma ancora ti attaccano come se fossero in pericolo. Non dovremmo sentire stress nei nostri animali domestici e alcuni vivono più a lungo di altri è perché possono essere i preferiti. A volte possono essere un packer più del solito e forse hanno fame troppo, ma la carica a voi è totalmente un combattente e non lo tollero.
From what I have seen, asil cocks have to much smarts to be manfighters. Some crosses will have some. I used to get some cubalayas that were terrible manfighters but culling and only breeding the smart cocks has made my birds manfighter free
If they are good birds then its ok with me, I got a ganoi / asil at the moment and he,s the best. Healthy, strong, smart,very willing and lovely bird to look at. Aprox 10lb 25inch. You never handle him without gloves but for me he is much better than many other stags that fail,in all the things he excells at.Yes ill have a bad one any time if he has the things I like.
coal, If he does and is everything you like, that all that matters. But don't do the same as me, one time. Squat down to take an egg out of a brood pen and take a well-aimed spur just below the eye. I guess, I'm old school.....Rufus