It's a shock that our team manager managed to cull a lot of us on 8 June 2011 from chicks to mature gamecocks. Our team manager nursed all of us before. It started when our team manager was a child. Nursing two broken legs of a winner. The longest nursing our team manager have done was that of a Philippine gamecock hennie winner in his fourth fight.
The hennie was bought as a young stag. Fought the first time about 7 months and won unscratched. The following two months he again won unscratched for each month. That was 3 wins in three months and he is barely 10 months old. The following month for his fourth fight, he suffered a broken neck, broken wing and broken leg. Our team manager nurse him for 3 months. Hand feeding morning and afternoon. He managed to feed independently and able to stand but he cannot mount the hens due to his 3 cripling injuries. He was culled later.
Our team manager when a child, started using antibiotic injection, capsule, and tablets to try to cure sick gamecocks of all ages. One of these gamecocks, went dead after an injection. Our team manager thought it was an overdose. This gamecock then woke up. But this gamecock did die in a week. It was a childhood experience for our team manager.
But our team manager keep nursing due to fight injuries and due to diseases.
Well, our team manager finally made some change. But not enough. He must learn how to cull until it hurts. Instead of culling 40% of us. Our team manager must have culled 75% of us. That will make sure only the best of us will continue our strain of gamecocks. Best of fighting abilities and style. Best of health. Best of constitution and conformation. To be nearer the goal of being a world class strain of gamecocks.
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