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  1. The Art Of Cockfighting - A Handbook For Beginners And Old Timers by Arch Ruport, 2008-11-04
  2. History of Cockfighting (International Poultry Library) by George Ryley Scott, 2009-01-15
  3. The royal pastime of cock-fighting, or, The Art of breeding, feeding, fighting, and curing cocks of the game.Published purely for the good, and benefit ... in that royal, and warlike sport [1709] by Robert Howlett, 2009-12-15
  4. Sport In The Olden Time (History of Cockfighting Series) by Bart., Sir Walter Gilbey, 2005-06-01
  5. Cockfighting All over the World by Finsterbusch, 1991-12
  6. Cocking Science (History of Cockfighting Series) by "OLD FAMILY", 2005-01-04
  7. The Game Cock - Being a Practical Treatise on Breeding, Rearing, Training, Feeding, Trimming, Mains, Heeling, Spurs, etc. (History of Cockfighting Series) by Ed James, 2004-01-06
  8. Courage - The Story Of Modern Cockfighting by Tim Pridgen, 2009-12-15
  9. Cock-Fighting and Game Fowl: From the Note-Books of Herbert Atkinson of Ewelme; Together With, the Life and Letters of John Harris, the Cornish Coc by Herbert Atkinson, 1977-01
  10. Sporting anecdotes: being anecdotal annals, descriptions, tales and incidents of horse-racing, betting, card-playing, pugilism, gambling, cock-fighting, ... angling, shooting, and other sports by James Glass Bertram, 2010-05-18
  11. Handling and Nursing the Game Cock (History of Cockfighting Series) by PH. B., A. C. Dingwall, 2005-01-04
  12. The Royal Pastime of Cockfighting (Poultry Fanciers Library) by Robert Howlett, 1989-03
  13. Cockfighting Poems and Prints (International Poultry Library) (International Poultry Library) (International Poultry Library) by Dr Joseph Batty, 2006-06-01
  14. The Art of Cockfighting by Arch Ruport, 1949

1. Cockfight - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
cockfighting, was at one time considered to be an accepted, traditional sporting event in the United States. In many other areas around the world,
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Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2006) The Cock Fight by Jean-L©on G©r´me Training for a cockfight in Hell-Bourg, R©union A cockfight is a blood sport between two specially bred roosters held in a ring called a cockpit. The combatants, known as gamecocks or cocks , are specially bred birds, conditioned for increased stamina and strength. The comb and wattle are cut off in order to meet show standards of the American Gamefowl Society and the Old English Game Club and to prevent freezing in colder climates. Cocks possess congenital aggression toward all males of the same species . Cocks are given the best of care until near the age of two years old. They are conditioned, much like professional athletes prior to events or shows. Wagers are often made on the outcome of the match. While not all fights are to the death, they may result in the death of both birds. Cockfighting, was at one time considered to be an accepted, traditional sporting event in the United States . In many other areas around the world, cockfighting is still practiced as a mainstream event and is viewed as the national sport in some countries where it is Government controlled and a large amount of revenue for the state is raised.

2. Cockfighting Fact Sheet | The Humane Society Of The United States
cockfighting is a centuriesold blood sport in which two or more specially bred birds, known as gamecocks, are placed in an enclosure to fight,
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      1. What is cockfighting? Cockfighting is a centuries-old blood sport in which two or more specially bred birds, known as gamecocks, are placed in an enclosure to fight, for the primary purposes of gambling and entertainment. A cockfight usually results in the death of one of the birds; sometimes it ends in the death of both. A typical cockfight can last anywhere from several minutes to more than half an hour. 2. How does it cause animal suffering? The birds, even those who do not die, suffer in cockfights. The birds cannot escape from the fight, regardless of how exhausted or injured they become. Common injuries include punctured lungs, broken bones, and pierced eyes. Such severe injuries occur because the birds' legs are usually fitted with razor-sharp steel blades or with gaffs, which resemble three-inch-long, curved ice picks. These artificial spurs are designed to puncture and mutilate. 3. Are there other concerns?

3. Cockfighting In Manzanillo
Colima Bay s mock cockfight had no losers cockfighting is not a sport for everyone, and in fact, it is not a regular tourist attraction, although mock
Cockfighting in Manzanillo Cockfighting is not a sport for everyone, and in fact, it is not a regular tourist attraction, although mock cockfights are held at many of the local restaurants in Manzanillo, during celebrations, such as Independence Day and Christmas Eve. At the Colima Bay Cafe, a waiter holds one of the fighting cocks. This gallo (rooster) was an entrant in a real cockfight the following day. Please click on photos to enlarge Tourists can go to see a real cockfight, however, if they visit Manzanillo. Before you do, however, read this article, and it will help you decide whether you really want to see one or not. Cockfighting is a tradition in Mexico, much like bullfighting. The Fighting Cock is a breed of domestic fowl, originating in India more than 4,500 years ago. Breeders say it is a dignified, wild, tough-bodied bird. It is good for hunting and is easy to raise. There are many different breeds, and they are bred for strength and endurance. The contests are held in a fighting pit, one side painted red and the other side green. The owners bring their roosters to the judge, who weighs them on a scale, and examines the bird. Owners oftentimes bring more than one bird to fight. The judges examine the birds and determine the odds. They also sell tickets. If you purchase a ticket on the favored bird, and he wins, you win, but not as much as if you chose the "underdog." If the winner of the fight is the "underdog", you are paid almost double your bet. The judge accepts your bet and pays out to the winners. At a recent cockfight held in a neighboring town of Manzanillo, the minimum bet was 100 pesos, or about $9 dollars.

4. Cockfighting
7/05/05 UPC President Karen Davis Will Talk About cockfighting on Kentucky Radio Show, Wednesday, 930 a.m. on WMSTAM, Mount Sterling, KY
Roosters thrown away after a cockfight
The ugly world of cockfighting, Texas 2007 Photo by: Jamie B. Nash
The ugly world of cockfighting, Texas 2007 Photo by: Jamie B. Nash

5. IDA Campaigns: Cock Fighting
Although it is illegal in 49 states, cockfighting is a tradition that dates back several centuries and spans several cultures. Thus it is difficult to stamp
Greyhound Racing Cock Fighting Rodeos Bull Fighting COCKFIGHTING: A blood sport for roosters Although it is illegal in 49 states, cockfighting is a tradition that dates back several centuries and spans several cultures. Thus it is difficult to stamp out. Like other illegal animal fights, cockfights take place surreptitiously What is Cockfighting? Cockfighting is an organized fight between two roosters who are placed in a pit to fight each other. The roosters have been trained to severely injure and/or kill one another. These birds, which are raised for the purpose of fighting, are tormented to make them aggressive. They are also given various legal and illegal drugs such as strychnine, caffeine, amphetamines, and epinephrine to make them more aggressive, increase their endurance and clot the blood that will flow during the fight. The natural spurs of the roosters are sawed off and replaced by razor sharp steel blades or curved implements called gaffs which measure from one to three inches long. During the fight, from which neither rooster can escape, the birds peck and maim one another with their beaks and weapons. The long, sharp gaffs stab deep into the flesh often requiring handlers to physically pull the animals apart. Although they have been bred to fight, the animals often become tired, incapable and suffer severe injuries. The fight only ends when one rooster is dead or is too weak to fight. The loser then gets thrown in the trash, sometimes while still alive. For the winner, there is no guarantee that he will survive his injuries and often ends up with the same fate as the losing bird.

6. // Other Issues // Cockfighting
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Give Roosters Something to Crow About: End Cockfighting
Cockfighting—a blood sport in which at least two roosters are placed in a ring and forced to fight to the death for the "amusement" of onlookers—is illegal throughout the United States, except in Louisiana. As the Orlando Sentinel commented, "Cockfighting is a cruel sport that has gone on far too long."
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In their natural environments, birds fight over mates, food, or territory and to establish their dominance or position in a flock's pecking order. According to Paul Siegel, a Virginia Tech expert in fowl genetics and behavior, birds rarely fight to the death because the weaker bird generally flees. "If there's a way to escape," Siegel said, "they'll just get the heck out." In cockfights, Siegel says, roosters continue fighting because they cannot escape.
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7. Gamefowl And Cockfighting
Pinnion, McGinnis, Kerney, Bacon, McClean, Brown have long been some of the most revered and respected names to be mentioned in cockfighting circles.
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9. CAMPAIGNS | LCA - Last Chance For Animals
LCA is working to put Arkansas out of the cockfighting business! The lawmakers must make cockfighting a felony and LCA will continue to provide the
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Carroll County, Virginia July 2007, LCA contacted the Carroll County Sheriff's Department with information supplied from our SIU team regarding the Copperhead Ridge cockfighting facility in Virginia. Copperhead Ridge is the largest of two cockfighting pits in Virginia, with attendance at over 250 people. The LCA undercover investigator supplied valuable information that lead to the closure of the facility and the arrest of its owner. According to the Sheriff's Department, they are keeping a close eye on the facility to make sure no further illegal activity is conducted on the premises. LCA would like to thank the Carroll County Sheriff's Department for their hard work.

10. Oklahoma Coalition Against Cockfighting
What s more, the weapons make the fights end more quickly; many cockfighting fans would be bored if the fights went on for hours.
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Breeding birds for aggressive traits, training them to fight, strapping knives or ice-pick-like gaffs to their legs, and placing them in a pit to fight to injury or death is the very definition of animal cruelty. If it is wrong to fight dogs for amusement, it is also wrong to fight roosters. Do they really strap knives or gaffs to their legs?
Yes. The fight is defined by the style of weapon strapped to the combatants' legs, such as a "short-knife" fight, a "long-knife" fight, or a "gaff fight." Cockfighters shave down or cut off the natural spur on the birds' legs and then strap on the knives before the fight. Why are the knives and gaffs used?
They enhance the bloodletting, making the fight more entertaining for people who get a kick out of seeing animals hack one another to death. What's more, the weapons make the fights end more quickly; many cockfighting fans would be bored if the fights went on for hours. This also allows pit owners to benefit from greater numbers of roosters entered in cockfight events, which often last three days. On "derby" days, over one thousand roosters are killed or maimed at a single location. Has any other state passed an initiative to ban cockfighting?

cockfighting Chicken Soup for the Soul an article by jennifer j. rose in describing the practice of cockfighting in Mexico.
Chicken Soup for the Soul
By jennifer j. rose
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The Sunday Mexican fiesta at Guadalajara's Camino Real promised cockfighting. I should have expected the "cockfight" would amount to a quick display of two cheerfully bored roosters who could have auditioned for a wholesome children's show. "Genuine cockfights are illegal in Mexico," chastened self-appointed cognoscenti . I should have known that a real cockfight was as likely to take place at the Camino Real as a greased pig contest would be at the Ritz-Carlton. I wanted the blood and gore that nature thrusts upon ordinary surroundings, feeding that perverse fascination many of us derive from encounters with a gruesome car accident that demands impolite staring. The clandestine excitement of the forbidden beckoned. Two decades later, I watched my neighbor Roberto as he handfed chopped fruit, vegetables, and meat to some big chickens he proudly introduced to me as "fighting cocks." Caged separately in spacious pens, these exuberantly plumed and healthy birds didn't look like any roosters I had ever seen, but I took Roberto's word for what they were. Only weeks later did it become apparent why these roosters looked out of the ordinary - their combs and wattles were missing. Sure enough, these really were fighting cocks, and I found myself invited to Sunday's peleas de gallos (cockfights).

12. Cockfighting
The bill would upgrade penalties for the crime of shipping animals across state lines for staged dogfights and cockfights – contests in which the animals
Steve King is actively opposing a bill now before Congress to crack down on staged animal fighting. The bill would upgrade penalties for the crime of shipping animals across state lines for staged dogfights and cockfights – contests in which the animals are placed in pits to tear one another apart for the amusement and illegal wagering of spectators. Why? King, said he would not support any animal welfare legislation until Roe v. Wade is overturned. To outlaw animal cruelty while abortion is still legal “ diminishes human life , and for that reason I will be opposing this bill.” And, of course, Steve King is one of the favorite members of congrss of the pro-cockfighting lobbying group CHETA Steve King's Beverly Hillbillies Don't Reflect Iowa's Values
(Even the President and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States agrees!) Citizens for the Humane and Ethical Treatment of Animals What's that, Miss Ellie May? You thought them folks was "fur" them critters bein' treated kindly? Well, Miss Ellie May, ain't you just a card! Don'tchu know nothin' 'bout how we name our PACs 'round these parts? Whaddya mean what's a PAC? Dadburned, Ellie May, if that don't beat all. I never knowed you had such a sense of humor! Now, what'd you say Granny done with her checkbook? Iowa Representative Steve King has said he will not support any animal welfare legislation until Roe v. Wade is overturned. Excuse me? Isn't this somewhat of an oxymoronic statement? I mean, King is a republican, and they're the ones who will ensure Roe v. Wade NEVER gets overturned. (And risk losing all those single-issue voters?) I mean, let's be realistic, folks. If they didn't have that to use as a wedge issue, voters might (gulp) actually start paying attention to what and whom the R-Rated Party

13. Meeting The Sin Laws: Cockfighting ...
But today, the Louisiana House of Representatives approved a bill to ban any gambling at cockfights, dealing a blow to cockfighting enthusiasts who
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But "[t]oday, the Louisiana House of Representatives approved a bill to ban any gambling at cockfights, dealing a blow to cockfighting enthusiasts who attend the fights both for the bloodletting and the wagering," as reported here by Media Newswire . Don't start counting eggs just yet, though. Some House members believe that cockfighters should have another year before having to get out of business.
"If the House is not willing to adopt a six-month ban on cock fighting, it is apparent that the legislation will die and another session will pass without legislation to ban this barbaric activity," added Pacelle. "It is time for the House to compromise, and not bend over backwards to accommodate the wishes of cockfighters."
The dispute in the legislature also sparked a reaction from U.S. Sen. David Vitter, who has been a long-time opponent of cockfighting. "Louisiana is the last state in the country to allow cockfighting, and this practice casts a negative image of our state that hurts our ability to bring in good jobs and foster economic development," said Vitter.
Vitter and the rest of the Louisiana Congressional delegation favored a federal bill, enacted in May that established an immediate ban on any interstate transport of cockfighting implements and immediately toughened the federal penalties for interstate transport of animals for fighting.

14. Cockfighting - Definition Of Cockfighting By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesaur
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cockfighting—a blood sport in which at least two roosters are placed in a ring and In cockfights, Siegel says, roosters continue fighting because they

16. Police: Cheering Men Lead To 'Professional' Cockfighting Operation - Orlando New
Polk County, Fla. Central Florida deputies discover a cockfighting operation described as very professional. Tuesday, July 24, 2007.
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Massive Grave Of Dead Birds, $25,000 In Cash Found
POSTED: 6:23 am EDT July 24, 2007 UPDATED: 12:21 pm EDT July 24, 2007 Polk County, Fla. A large group of cheering men in a rural part of Polk County led to the arrests of 17 men on suspicion they were taking part in a cockfighting operation described as "very professional" by the county sheriff. PHOTOS: Images From Scene Officers raided a rural area of Polk County Monday and found a massive grave of freshly killed roosters, drawers full of sharp fighting spurs for birds and $25,000 in cash. A bloody fighting box where the roosters apparently fought to the death was also found at the scene, police said.

17. Cockfighting Ban Campaign
The first bill to outlaw cockfighting was introduced back in the 1970’s by John Lee Thompson. Since then, numerous legislators have carried the bill,

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Cockfighting Ban Campaign Fight Cancelled! Now, eighteen years later and having introduced a bill to ban cockfighting almost every 60-day legislative session since her freshman year, she found that a ban against the cruel killing of roosters for illegal gambling wins was finally taken seriously in 2007. The second boost the ban received was from the New Mexico Conference of Catholic Bishops when they announced that they supported a ban stating, “The Bishops recognize that cockfighting is abusive of God's good creation and is not a cultural treasure. Cockfighting promotes violence." Click for current bill status Senate Bill 10 information from the NM Legislative Council Service Download APV's
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On February 24th, the House Agriculture and Water Resources Committee passed SB10 by a vote of 6-1 and amended the bill to fix a technical error from one of the Senate floor amendments, followed by a vote of 9-1 on February 26th by the House Judiciary Committee. The House floor vote took place on March 8, 2007 with 49 votes for the ban and 20 votes against. The bill then had to make a quick stop back in the Senate for concurrence on the House amendment, which was successful.

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19. The Blotter: Senator Puts Hold On Popular Anti-Cockfighting Bill
A Republican senator is holding up a popular bipartisan bill to crack down on cockfighting that was expected to pass easily in the Senate yesterday,
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20. Cockfighting --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Britannica online encyclopedia article on cockfighting the sport of pitting gamecocks to fight and the breeding and training of them for that purpose.
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