Old English Game Chickens, Probably The First Breed Developed In Britain.
Old English Game Background & Behaviour.
The Old English Game (OEG) has its origins in Britain and has long been a popular fighting bird. The overall appearance of the OEG is of a well rounded muscular chicken. OEGs are small birds with a tightly feathered plumage. The head is small with a big, strong beak, single comb, small thin earlobes and wattles and large eyes.
Although fighting is now illegal in most countries, the males were dubbed to prevent injury during fights. Dubbing is the removal or trimming of the combs and wattles. Dubbing is still performed for some exhibition birds. (more…)