Post by Kickingbird on Jan 31, 2005 13:19:37 GMT -5
I just read a post at another forum (it is a very good beginners forum but does not need to be named here). It seems that a discussion of genetic diversity came up and someones post was deleted for mentioning gamefowl (fighting chickens) I'm at a loss why this would happen. Does anyone have an idea why a poultry forum would ban the topic of gamefowl if refered to in a discussion about genetic diversity?
Post by stanscrbirds on Feb 1, 2005 1:17:14 GMT -5
Isn't it funny that the more people know, the more they want to ignore the past. With cock fighting not being politically correct we are loosing out on some of the best genetics that history could offer. What a shame.
Post by aldridgereds on Dec 7, 2006 19:35:24 GMT -5
thats right i have raised gamefowl for 11 years i more than a bunch of older people ask me anything 9 out of 10 times i can answer it when it comes to pit fowl most breeding topics and overall rearing of chicks.any body who can raise 1000 birds a year knows what he or she is talking about now imagine that number and think how you would keep those fighters seperated if they can get to each other one or both will die.gamefowl is the best description of good breeders.thats why they have been around a few thousand years.just my thoughts on things.i have told a person on another website to delete my account because they didnt like the words cull or game chicken.