I was just curious on how everyone trains their bird for matches. What I do is tape my rooster beak and pad there legs with cloth I let them go for 2 rounds 20 minutes than I wait a week do the same thing for 1 round 20 minutes than I just wash Jim everyday feed him good and let him loose for the following 2 weeks left for the match. Just wondering how everyone be training their roosters
I Like to exercise my birds for a show i normally start at 5 minutes i wash the birds and 10 days later i exercise for 10 minutes again i wash the bird 10 days later i exercise this time i give them 20 minutes and wash them final exercise i give them 20 minutes by this time birds should be strong so i use beak protecters and muffs 10 to 12 days later we show our birds
As for me, I let nature do its course. I let him run free until he's about 6 or 7 month old. Then thats when I spar him in full contact with another of his age. No tape since there's no spurs yet.
I let them go at it until both gets really tired. Between that two to three weeks of healing and resting, I just put neosporin on there scabs. Feed them as much as they need and water change everyday.
Since times heal them and they keep grudges. Let the two same birds go at it the second time, now its different. I time them on two round and 15min. I do the same thing to all my young birds so they can all have a payback to their rival and learn from the old mistakes that they've made the first time. It's simple to me. Just depend on the birds heart. If he want to stay alive and have some females? Then he better up his game plan quick. So that's why I said I let nature do its course.
Each strain of Asil is different especially as it concerns size. For example, my ninja states he starts sparring at 6 or 7 months which no doubt works for his birds. Heck, I have strains that won't even show until they are 14 months! So, I wouldn't think of setting mine down at such an early age. At 6 or 7 months mine are still all running together around the farm anyway.
Training in the keep is going to depend on what the keep is for. Endurance training is different than steel training.
Such comments as to training without mentioning what they are being trained for is meaningless in my opinion.
If you guys want to know? My birds are Thai strain birds. My favorite are the "Ninja" since they are the smartest. The Ninja that I keep are straight top spinner, they go for the eyes and ears only. Even the so called "body hitter or plucker" would'nt stand a chance. Especially the superlock is my easiest target. So if I play a game with a ten pound bird? I will not be scare at all even if mine is 6lbs.
In my part of the world that game you refer to my friend ninja would be like candy and baby comes to mind. Thats a lot of weight to give away and as the weight rises the the bigger the difference the shorter the show just the way it is here.
To coal, have you ever seen a real ninja? I dont think you have, because then you would'nt say its candy. So my friend please don't get offended by what my gamers can do. Maybe I'm just better with my genetics than others? Every time I bring my gamers out to the pit they get scared and play a bird three times my gamers weight. But I'm not bragging, just honest buddy. :)
I think he is being sarcastic... right? Like Coal says im not trying to be mean or ugly but that is a lot of weight to give and let me be the first to say you will not beat a decent 10 pound bird with any 6 lb bird no matter how good in tape boxing.
Every time I go, they want to chase mine out. 3 round 18min, but mine always take the win on the 2round. All my birds that play win on 2round. Because the opponent goes blind and run. Or the opponent have broken neck and run. Either way my gamers kicks are too hard and acurrate. They weigh in 6.5/8lbs and stand 2 and a half foot tall. I win from my ninjas dominating their opponents.
Hi ninja its good to chat to a person that has such faith in his birds and all I can say to you is fair play to you and a pity you are not in my range. the best 6lbs birds I had were reza asils but they were never able to take my thai of 9lbs.but they would give their all.
Yes sir, I guess every one train differently. To me I think showing too much
love for the birds while their in boot camp is a no no. By that I mean "let them
feel how it is to be the best". I always eliminate the one's that dont try. I also
make sure my hens are true to the game and at the same time a mother.
I know really well two original ninja breeders here in Cali and now even they don't like thier own line. It's funny how he states he give other birds a huge size advantage, while these days EVERYONE i see always wants the size advantage aka Aus Piaj. From the North Thailand Yu Ban Savin to south Phlaxeeno Savin, I have yet to see a well known ninja that has many blue ribbons against a bigger bird, or yet when was the last time a ninja came out and win a small bronze prize? Nowadays the birds are so well bred and the style have so much improved it's hard to pull a blue ribbon. And if you are still trying to pull out with a ninja, good luck.