Old English Game (Oxford type)

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When gamefowl started to be shown back in England in the 19th century it did not take long for the birds to start to change into something that had little resemblance to the original fighting fowl. The OEG was split into two clubs the Oxford (original) and the Carlisle(new) versions. In Australia today at most shows you will see the Carlisle version, much heavier birds with obvious crosses to other breeds. However there are many breeders of the true Oxford type fowl dedicated to keeping the original type fowl. There are also many shows for Oxfords throughout the year. More information can be obtained by visiting www.oxfordoldenglishgame.com

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