The Purebred Warrior Journal offers a valuable opportunity for gamefowl breeders worldwide to enhance their credibility, build trust, and cultivate goodwill towards their business. By featuring exclusive interviews, the journal not only showcases breeders’ uniqueness but also keeps their followers informed and engaged, helping them establish a reputation across different networks.
The PW-Journal spotlights a different breeder each week, providing entertainment and inspiration for readers. The journal is designed to be accessible to gamefowl enthusiasts of all levels, including the new generation, by providing them with a better understanding of the industry and keeping them informed about its current state.
If you’re interested in participating in the journal and sharing your voice with a global audience, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PUREBRED WARRIOR JOURNAL — ISSUE #09
Emily Katalina Carvente
of K.C. Gamefowl Ranch
“A Puerto Rican Heritage, Texas raised. I was adopted as a baby by a great family and have grown up here in Texas, Austin area. I have 4 kids. I run a Coffee Shop/ Bar called Black Sugar Caffe. Interests include, Fishing, Ranching, Dancing, Music, and Raising and Breeding Gamefowl.”
PUREBRED WARRIOR JOURNAL — ISSUE #08
of Dre RedCliff Gamefarm
“I got the RedCliff name from old real history in China, this happened in winter of year 208 AD of Han dynasty when the 50,000 men dominated their enemy numbered 800,000 soldiers, Using strategic attacks and patience of right timing.”
PUREBRED WARRIOR JOURNAL — ISSUE #07
Ivan Glenn G Benedicto
of Ironcock Gamefarm
“It is okay to fail again and again and sometimes it might hurt you and people might talk about you and they’ll make you feel like specks of dust, but that is an integral part of any successful person, take that to motivate you. People can only succeed through failure.”
PUREBRED WARRIOR JOURNAL — ISSUE #02
of Riper Badcat Gamefarm
“First step to living the life you want is leaving the one you don’t want. Taking first step forward is always hardest. But each step forward gets you closer & closer until what had once been invisible starts to be visible and what had once felt impossible starts to feel possible.”