Have a great Spangled Cecil Davis strain in the woodshed.
He gathered his strengths quickly and within two weeks had no visible problems despite only having one eye.
Amazingly, all of his children posses their fathers winning techniques and nice temperament.
Cooke who had purchased all of Sandford Hatch's & E. Law's gamefowl creating the Lawridge Plantation in Florida.
Now Jerry Hughes at 80 years of age has handed me this famous and perfected line of "Pork Chop" & "Fowler" gamefowl that were handed down from John O.
Despite these injuries Shorty fought him again and he won the derby not even leaving the ground with a broken wing, punctured lung, and one eye.
I believe that Shorty proved a point with all of the young cockers in the area and how his cock claimed the pit.As the week progressed his other eye closed leaving him blind for a few days - I immediately gave him some liquid "Alive" multiple vitamins, fish oil, and flax seed oil for strength.I gave him human multiple vitamins and used hydrogen peroxide on his damaged eye and then flushed it with clean water daily and during that time we developed a bond because he could not see to eat and he knew I was there to help him.A documentary about the life of cocker and our history in the United States is in the works and will be available soon on DVD.Looking at the lives of great men like Jerry Hughes, John O Fowler, Mike Ratliff, Westbrook, Ralph Bridges, and others who have helped support this way of life until the end. Let us hear about how you have perfected your gamefowl.True some challenges are won on luck however certain strains have both game and skill combined - and that is what I look for - intelligence in action - and a play maker.