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PostSubject: Re: eye sign choice   Fri Feb 06, 2015 5:44 pm

its all in the eye of the beholder cheers
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PostSubject: Re: eye sign choice   Fri Feb 06, 2015 11:54 pm

Knackered wrote:
Rudderfett wrote:
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Strange Rudd Smile Smile Wink  Wink  how we can stretch the truth some what bounce bounce  to make a point etc. Now !!! back to business here, would anybody like to advise me here how the like's of the Coopers, Gilbert or even Ronnie Williamson from Ireland go about judging there champion race birds by their eye's & Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes would they refuse to place some of them in stock, if they had what many class/term a racing eye  Wink  Wink as such. cheers

Knackered I understand were your coming from but if you had a champion pigeon with a racing eye of cause your going to place it in the stock loft and test it capabilities.

But everyone to there own way of working JMO mate
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PostSubject: Re: eye sign choice   Sat Feb 07, 2015 1:01 am

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Strange Rudd Smile Smile Wink  Wink  how we can stretch the truth some what bounce bounce  to make a point etc. Now !!! back to business here, would anybody like to advise me here how the like's of the Coopers, Gilbert or even Ronnie Williamson from Ireland go about judging there champion race birds by their eye's & Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes would they refuse to place some of them in stock, if they had what many class/term a racing eye  Wink  Wink as such. cheers

Knackered I understand were your coming from but if you had a champion pigeon with a racing eye of cause your going to place it in the stock loft and test it capabilities.

But everyone to there own way of working JMO mate



Would/could be a wee test of ones faith in eye sign etc Don I suspect, if one happened to come across a champion race bird for the stock loft with 2 crap eye's Wink Wink. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: eye sign choice   Sat Feb 07, 2015 7:15 pm

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Don Webb wrote:
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Strange Rudd Smile Smile Wink  Wink  how we can stretch the truth some what bounce bounce  to make a point etc. Now !!! back to business here, would anybody like to advise me here how the like's of the Coopers, Gilbert or even Ronnie Williamson from Ireland go about judging there champion race birds by their eye's & Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes would they refuse to place some of them in stock, if they had what many class/term a racing eye  Wink  Wink as such. cheers

Knackered I understand were your coming from but if you had a champion pigeon with a racing eye of cause your going to place it in the stock loft and test it capabilities.

But everyone to there own way of working JMO mate



Would/could be a wee test of ones faith in eye sign etc Don I suspect, if one happened to come across a champion race bird for the stock loft with 2 crap eye's Wink Wink. cheers

It's like every theory it's there to be proven wrong it's not for everyone
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PostSubject: Re: eye sign choice   Sun Feb 08, 2015 9:35 am

Why do you think they are "good eyes" Rolling Eyes
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