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The kings of the fighting roosters. Many writers and breeders consider him as belonging to the group of gallus giganteus. But they are a mixture of Malays, and the bankivas or other cocks in the jungle. That’s why his style faster in the lawsuit, but not so much flight. With rounder body. Some have curved spurs directed upwards unlike Malay which are directed downwards, where the Malay uses them to run and dig without getting entangled with weeds. With broad head, wrinkled skin but not so coarse and other differences that distinguish it from the Malays. The Asil is a compound race obtained through crosses. The first writers refer to it as the purest and oldest race. The Asil is probably the oldest known fighting bird breed, since it was raised in India for more than 2000 years. The breed is mentioned in the Manu Codes, an Indian document on law, religion and philosophy, dating back between 900 to 1280 BC. He has been raised in India for many centuries because of his aggressive behavior. They were popular among the rulers of India who raised them for fighting purposes. It is difficult to keep Asiles in closed places due to their aggressive tendencies. Being a race as old, the Asil and its descendants are known not only in India, their country of origin, but also in places as far away as Thailand, Japan, Turkey, England (imported in 1760), in many South American countries, and the United States. The name Asil derives from Arabic and means “Long pedigree” In different dialects you can spell “Asil”, “Aseel” or “Asli”. In his homeland the Asil was raised to fight, not with artificial spurs, but with his natural spurs The fight was a test of strength and endurance. Such was the aptitude, durability and game of this animal that the fights could last for hours. This fighting style produced a powerful and muscular rooster with a strong beak, a thick neck and powerful legs along with a pugnacious temperament and a stubborn refusal to accept defeat. He has always been attractive among fans because of his fast, successful and intelligent style at the time of combat and his innate desire to fight a characteristic shared by females, who are extremely good mothers. We are convinced that it is one of the most intelligent birds during the fight, where it uses different tactics according to the circumstances and remarkably hard and hard to defeat, like most Orientals. There is no Malayoid able to retaliate and strike as deadly as the Asil. Given a mark of high esteem in India, the Asil was valued and treasured so much that its line of reproduction remained totally pure for a long time. The word “fight” is one that easily comes to mind of anyone who has had an Asil. In recent years, we have learned that the Asil comes in three basic sizes Reza (4.5 to 7 pounds), Hint (7-10 pounds) and the big one (10 or more). In addition, we have learned that within these three basic types there are many varieties. This would include, for example, the Kulang (predecessor of Malay), Madras, Calcutta, Haiderbad, etc. Characteristics
The Asil is a very powerful bird. The Face looks quite predatory, with hawk-shaped eyebrows over pale pearl-colored eyes. Upright position. The body is hard and muscular It is distinguished by the short and strong head, with a wide and quite flat skull, and thick cheeks by the part of the chin, fall towards the throat. By the beak, short, very thick and curved. The crest, short, but very hard, of three rows of peas. The eyes, big, but sunken. The almost non-existent ears Red and naked throat, without chin. The neck, wide and strong. The neck, medium, muscular and hard, of equal thickness from top to bottom, somewhat curved The trunk, short and wide, with short plumage; shoulders wide Small abdomen; the chest high, wide and well developed. The back, short and straight The wings, short and rounded, widely separated at the shoulders. Back: wide and straight, short and narrow tail, with hard feathers and finally the legs, moderately high with muscular thighs, of short and separated plumage, with strong spurs on the rooster, strong and very widened fingers, well planted on the ground. Square rods Yellow and ivory legs and spikes are accepted. The plumage is in the whole body, short, hard and firm. In the female the general characteristics are similar to those of the male Chickens are wonderful mothers, since they are very protective of chickens. Typically, chickens don’t lay more eggs than they can hatch, but as incubators and mothers they are second to none. The poultry standard states that “both males and females have an aggressive disposition and, in general, are considered to cause problems when kept in closed confinement. The weight of the male is 4 to 6 pounds and the female is 3 to 5 pounds. The main colors are dried or colored red, light and dark, wheats, ashes, pints, spangled, white among others. Like all Asian fighting chickens, an Asil needs about two years to be fully developed. Anyone who dares to approach this great and historical race must bring the same characteristics as the Asil: resistance and effectiveness. Thank you for getting here, maybe in a next video I will talk more deeply about the types and varieties of Asil. I invite you to share my videos with your friends And this was today’s video. If you liked the video subscribe and support me with a like