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Doms Game Fowls is the presence of a “barring” gene. expresses barred or zig-zag spots of color caused by a. patterned inhibition (blocking) of color pigmentation. The color in the pattern may be inhibited to pure white. I do inbreeding and crossbreeding. I have a total of 260 doms. The dom or Bulik plumage of game fowl, considered off-color, is alluring to some but ugly to others.
As a bloodline the dom is intriguing. Dom chickens are usually not highly regarded. The dom has the looks of a dunghill or a mongrel. The color is not uncommon among native chickens. Yet from time to time, some dom bloodlines would rock the song world.
In the US from the 1800s up to the present dom bloodlines surfaced and resurfaced. In the Philippines, a number of dom breeders made a name out of the bulk. Cong. Lagbas, Capt. De Sagun, Gengen Arayata, Mayor Nene Aguilar, and Dr. Ronnie Magbalon, to name a few of those known for their bulks.
One intriguing aspect of the dom is the observation by the author Jerry B. Lawrence that the dom’s fighting styles of flying air-shuffle, smarts, and cutting accuracy are linked with the barring genes that cause the plumage color dom. This would mean that most doms fight the way doms should fight.
When I was still new to breeding, my lines were mostly reds and a few greys. I didn’t have any off-colors. However, I noticed that my roosters, especially in stag fighting found it hard to concentrate on the fight against off-colored opponents, particularly the dom because of its unique multi-color looks.
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So I acquired a number of off-color roosters to let my own rooster get familiar with the different plumage colors. I happened to acquire a dom which was a very good fighter and became a favorite of mine. This particular dom cock triggered my fascination with the dom, so I decided that I will find a good dom line and breed the dom.
I love the dom. Hence, when my friend Rey Bajenting of RB Sugbo Gamefowl Technology who I also consider a mentor, invited me to write the introduction to this E-pamphlet, I did not hesitate to say yes. First, this pamphlet is about the dom, which I love, but more importantly, I know this pamphlet will help many readers and members of MANA’s Suregain Club who will be guided by the principles of breeding the dom game fowl as laid out by master breeder Jerry Lawrence. Himself.
I advise the reader to take note of the paragraphs under the subtitles “Sex linkage” and “Linked Genes.” The dissertation by the author Lawrence will surely guide any breeder into the ins and outs of breeding the dom game fowl. The bonus read on how to select based on body conformation is also very enlightening.