Kelso Game Fighting Fowl
Kelso Game Fighting Fowl have some common characteristics. These characteristics are yellow feathers, white or yellow legs, square and round heads, and turkey crests. These Cocks are there “to the death” fighting cocks. You need to own one of these in your fighting team or crew, you wouldn’t regret it.
At first, cockfighting was partly a religious and partly a political institution in Athens. It continued for improving the seeds of valor in the minds of their youth. It was afterward perverted both there and in the other parts of Greece to a common pastime. This was done without any political or religious intention for Kelso Game Fighting Fowl.
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In some regional variations, these birds are equipped with fighting gears. Gears like metal spurs (called gaffs) or knives, tied to the leg in the area where the bird’s natural spur has been partially removed. A cockspur is a bracelet (often made of leather) with a curved, sharp spike that is attached to the leg of the bird. The spikes typically range in length from “short spurs” of just over an inch to “long spurs”. They are almost two and a half inches long. In the highest levels of 17th century English cockfighting, the spikes were made of silver. The sharp spurs have been known to injure or even kill the bird handlers.
Cockfighting is a blood sport due in some part to the physical trauma the cocks inflict on each other. These inflictions are sometimes increased by attaching metal spurs to the cocks’ natural spurs. While not all fights are to the death, the cocks may endure significant physical trauma. In some areas around the world, cockfighting is still practiced as a mainstream event. In some countries, it is regulated by law, or forbidden outright.
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