Burmese Game Fowl

a.k.a. Pama Game or Rangoon Game Fowl

A Burmese Game rooster
Photo courtesy of David Lee

Pama Game are a bit smaller than Thai games. They are considered the Speedy Gonzales of game fowl, being very quick in their motions. The Pama has very colorful patterns including Gray, Red, Black, and Golden Duckwing.

The roosters weigh in around 5.5 lb and the hens 4.5-5 lb. Hens lay 8-12 eggs before going broody and are good mothers.

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A Burmese game stag
Photo courtesy of Nick

Burma Game pullets
Photo courtesy of James Myat

A Burmese Game cockerel
Photo courtesy of Moua Oriental Aviary

In a rainbow of colors . . .
Photos courtesy of James Myat

A Pama pullet
Photos courtesy of Nick

A Rangoon cock from Burma
Photo courtesy of Connie McCardle, from the collection of Manuel Reynolds

A Pama Game cock
Photo courtesy of Nick

A Rumpless hen with a Red rooster
Photo courtesy of James Myat

A Pama hen and chicks
Photo courtesy of James Myat

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