Posted Oct 05, 2014
Compared to the Asil cock that we have, I say that this one is not good for new cock owners.
Although it has lustrous tail feathers, a good upright stance, excellent foraging skill, strong and healthy body as well as strong muscles, Asil cocks are quite aggressive especially towards other male cocks. Although this is a good trait for cockfighting, new owners might have difficulty training them.
This Cubalaya cock even attacked our Asil chicken. So we have to keep them far away from each other. So it's not recommended for novice cock owners. But for those experts in cockfighting, they might find this breed challenging.