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PostSubject: Strains again.   Sun Feb 12, 2017 3:06 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Strains again.   Mon Feb 13, 2017 11:34 am

i think this article says it all really Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Strains again.   Mon Feb 13, 2017 4:42 pm

I tell you why I like certain strains myself ..normally these top flyers bring certain families into their loft to improve them ,be it faster longer distance ect ect .anyway so if this certain bloke gas done this he has created a certain family hasn't he .in paticular I like hard day birds so I buy these knowin certain birds will fly in head winds ie like my dhanhens we bought years ago ,they came in a northeast wind hard days .so this family where created to do this I would expect ..some will say a good pigeon will win any race but I disagree with that myself..don't get me wrong I have created certain families myself over the years and will continue to do so but I am just saying why I prefer certain types of pigeons..hope you understand where I am coming from
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PostSubject: Re: Strains again.   Mon Feb 13, 2017 4:51 pm

yes that would be a better way of saying it ...a family of pigeons created from various strains but a lot of peds tell lies
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PostSubject: Re: Strains again.   Mon Feb 13, 2017 5:05 pm

I think Ad Schaerlaeckens is a very clever man and a great pigeon flyer, also a very knowledgeable scribe.

I have a couple of DVD's about him and have seen some interviews with him and about him at my Dutch friends house.

He lives right on the Dutch/Belgium border and races some very good long distance birds.

He has been asked by so many 'Money People' for birds and got bothered by so many fanciers, that are after his birds and advice, that he now has a secret email address telephone number.

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PostSubject: Re: Strains again.   Mon Feb 13, 2017 10:41 pm

blueskylofts wrote:
I think Ad Schaerlaeckens is a very clever man and a great pigeon flyer, also a very knowledgeable scribe.

I have a couple of DVD's about him and have seen some interviews with him and about him at my Dutch friends house.

He lives right on the Dutch/Belgium border and races some very good long distance birds.

He has been asked by so many 'Money People' for birds and got bothered by so many fanciers, that are  after his birds and advice, that he now has a secret email address telephone number.

Phil
True Phil about Ad Smile Smile No spin  Rolling Eyes  Rolling Eyes  tell it as it is etc & be dammed if the truth hurts certain people as such, or their pocket Smile Smile. Just read an article by Mclaughlin Lofts "same type of guy" on the immune system. No good for those wishing to fleece the unwary Laughing Laughing Laughing but a damm good read in the present day enviroment I feel. cheers
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