M...A...J... are the initials of Dr. Michael 'Mike' Asanias, Alejo 'Alec' Bagamaspad and Herman 'Jun' Asanias Jr. The trio went into backyard breeding way back 1998 and had been partners ever since.  MAJ had been their entries' name in the local derbies. They were later joined by James 'Jong" Pacis in 2001, Antonio 'Jun' Du in 2004.

The group later  composed of Herman 'Jun' Asanias Jr., Alejo 'Alec' Bagamaspad, James 'Jong' Pacis, Dr. Michael 'Mike' Asanias and Antonio 'Jun' Du Jr. had bred and developed the whites, blacks and golds which we call the HAJMA (hadz-ma) Lines. They wait, break, weave & wave, strike and cut well everytime they are able to create an opportunity or an opportunity presents itself. They are fast, smart and accurate cutters! The whites had been with us for the past twelve years and had won more than eighty percent of their fights. The blacks are now on their fourth breeding season and they are proving to be as good as the whites and they pack more power!  The Golds had proven their worth. As bullstags, they were fought against three year-old cocks of bigtime cockers and came out victorious. Of the twenty heads that we fought, we collected 22 wins 1 loss and 1 draw. We have other off-colored fowls such as Blues, Doms, Spangled and Hennies. These off-colored fowls are now being developed and improved along the same line as the other HAJMA Fowls.

We bred our own strains of several bloodlines which we created by getting the best traits from the strains that we acquired. Their genes were just lightly altered with some sprinkling of blood from other lines to improve their fighting style. We now have our own LEMON, KELSO, ROUNDHEAD, SWEATER, HATCHES and GRAYS. They are all designed to be smart and shifty, with power, speed and good cutting ability. However, they still typically look and basically fight like the fowls of their line. They were produced as crosses out of the strains but are being linebred to become distinct strains which we call the HERMICH Lines.

These fowls had been bred to conform to a certain design and had been genetically locked through recurrent selective reciprocal breeding.