Thai Game Fowl

A Gold Thai rooster
Photo courtesy of Nick

This is a large breed, similar to the Malays and other Asian game fowl. The Thai Standard of Perfection for this breed lists over 40 varieties.

They are common on farms as layers, pets and meat birds, and are also used for both showing and fighting.


Breed clubs:

The Asian Hardfeather Club
Julia Keeling, secretary
Ballashee, Staarvey Road, German
Isle of Man, IM5 2AJ
British Isles
phone: (+44)-1624-801825
e-mail: shamolady@manx.net

The Asian Gamefowl Society or Speciaalclub Aziatische Vechthoenrassen
Willem van Ballekom (Secretaris SAV)
Hobokenlaan 19
5628 VA Eindhoven
Nederland
phone: 040-2417208
e-mail: ASIAGAME@WORLDONLINE.NL


Thai Links:

Xyooj Aviaries in North Carolina: Specializing in Thai Game Fowl

You can find pictures of Thai Game on Orchard Poultry Farm's page

Moua Oriental Aviaries

Crowing Hills Farm

FowlAfoot Poultry Conservation Farm

Gamefowl.org


A flock of Thai Games
Photo courtesy of Jere Gettle

A pair of White Thai Games
Photo courtesy of Kong Xyooj

A Black Thai cockerel
Photo courtesy of Moua Oriental Aviary

In Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand, each game cock is kept in his own bamboo cage.
Photos courtesy of Adrian lindcoln Wong

A White Golden stag
Photo courtesy of Nick

A young pair of Thai Games
Photo courtesy of Ed Augustine/Marina Hoefler

A Blue Thai Game hen
Photo courtesy of Moua Oriental Aviary

A Blue Thai stag
Photos courtesy of Nick

A Red Thai cockerel (left) and stag (right)
Photos courtesy of Kong Xyooj

An eight-month-old Black/Gray Thai cockerel
Photo courtesy of Nick

A BBRed Thai cockerel
Photo courtesy of Moua Oriental Aviary

A Gray Thai pullet and Paper Thai cock
Photos courtesy of Nick

Two shots of a nine-month-old Black-breasted Red Thai Game cockerel
Photo courtesy of Nick

A Bronze Thai pullet
Photo courtesy of Moua Oriental Aviary

Blue Red and Yellow Black Thai stags
Photo courtesy of Nick

A Thai Gamecock in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand
Photo courtesy of Adrian lindcoln Wong

A Wheaten Thai Game pullet
Photo courtesy of Rev. Rick Thompson

A pair of Red Thais
Photo courtesy of Kong Xyooj

A Burgundy Thai stag
Photo courtesy of Moua Oriental Aviary

A Spangled Thai Game pair
Photo courtesy of Kong Xyooj

Another Thai cockerel
Photo courtesy of Moua Oriental Aviary

A brightly marked Thai stag -- I'm not sure of the variety but I'd want to call it a parrot-top!
Photo courtesy of Nick

Six-week-old Thai Games
Photo courtesy of Ed Augustine/Marina Hoefler


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