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PostSubject: lefebre dhaenens    Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:06 am

or something like that lol! I know a few lads have them on the forum I swapped a kit of 6 with another local fancier who does well with them just wondered what sort of distance they excel at ...I only got mine this morning and they seem a nice type Basketball
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PostSubject: Re: lefebre dhaenens    Fri Apr 06, 2018 12:02 pm

Had a few in the 80s mine only upto 250m but i knew some had good unc turns 420m.
Louella had them..magic blue was the star for them loads of 1sts study
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PostSubject: Re: lefebre dhaenens    Fri Apr 06, 2018 1:55 pm

ive still got a few Darren, a 13 year old cock who still breeds ybs, and a 8 year old hen.....I bred 2 ybs off them last year for the first time in ages, and this year ive got 2 more ybs off them, one in two different nests.

the ones ive still got are nigel cawood and jimmy Richards lines.


we did originally have them in the 1980`s from maserella , we bought ybs from them and they won straight away for us, and also as yearlings.....we sold them when we packed up in 1986.

these two cocks were lefebre dhaenens which we used to have, we had photos took of the best ones.....ive a few more pictures in photobucket but forgot my password to get in to see them







I can let you know the basic bloodlines of the lefebre dhaenens Darren, they are supposed to be well suited to middle distance racing, but ive heard of some flying longer distances successfully .
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PostSubject: Re: lefebre dhaenens    Fri Apr 06, 2018 3:52 pm

ah right great info lads ...I thought you had them david but could not be sure any snippets of info are handy thanks lads
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PostSubject: Re: lefebre dhaenens    Fri Apr 06, 2018 5:56 pm

heres the bloodlines of the lefebre dhaenens Darren, direct from the men them selves......


there basic bloodline is desmet-matthys x roger vereecke with introductions from beulque, m verheye and r verstraete, the desmet - matthys x vereecke ( much stichelbaut) predominate today.
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PostSubject: Re: lefebre dhaenens    Fri Apr 06, 2018 6:08 pm

excellent info david thanks it helps a lot
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PostSubject: Re: lefebre dhaenens    Sat Apr 07, 2018 12:23 am

With that background those pigeons should be able to do any distance. In any weather.
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PostSubject: Re: lefebre dhaenens    Sat Apr 07, 2018 7:17 am

David wrote:
heres the bloodlines of the lefebre dhaenens Darren, direct from the men them selves......


there basic bloodline is desmet-matthys x roger vereecke with introductions from beulque, m verheye and r verstraete, the desmet - matthys x vereecke ( much stichelbaut) predominate today.

Easy to see how they had sprint and longer distance lines study
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PostSubject: Re: lefebre dhaenens    Sat Apr 07, 2018 8:46 am

looking forward to trying them out on the north route
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PostSubject: Re: lefebre dhaenens    Sat Apr 07, 2018 9:18 am

I doubt if there is one so called breed or strain that would not produce winners at all distances unless the genes for a certain distance had been bred out of them,
over a prolonged period.

As in nature animals have individual capabilities to deal with any problems that may arrise, many may die under cetain circumstances but those that survive will also carry the genes of those that die and subsequently the whole status quo will return.


Those wanting sprinters get rid of the ones that may do the distance and visa versa.

The very best assest any fancier can nave is LADY LUCK.


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