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PostSubject: Man or beast??   Wed Mar 22, 2017 11:44 pm

Who makes the winner?? Fancier or pigeon??
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PostSubject: Re: Man or beast??   Thu Mar 23, 2017 12:02 am

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Who makes the winner?? Fancier or pigeon??
Combination Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes If one let's the other side down etc Smile Smile everyone finishes up being knackerd lol! lol! lol! sadly, I suspect Hal Smile Smile.
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PostSubject: Re: Man or beast??   Thu Mar 23, 2017 6:13 am

Everything I read says you have to have quality pigeons, but without good management they won't do anything
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PostSubject: Re: Man or beast??   Thu Mar 23, 2017 7:24 am

yes both for me to but more percentage is on the pigeon at the distance ...main thing is health and good pigeons a nice drop helps to
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PostSubject: Re: Man or beast??   Thu Mar 23, 2017 10:44 pm

I think it must be 50/50, one can't work well without the other.
I probably hinder mine more than help them. lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Man or beast??   Thu Mar 23, 2017 11:12 pm

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I think it must be 50/50, one can't work well without the other.
I probably hinder mine more than help them. lol!
Smile Smile We dance to the same tune Boosey Wink Wink etc I suspect.  cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Man or beast??   Thu Mar 23, 2017 11:41 pm

I think so also. However, the pigeons here are better than the management. Or were in recent years. Full steam ahead this year, not sure how many years are left. Maybe less than 50? Ever an optimist! Oh well. This year is sort out year. I have been lazy. I need the amount of birds down. Cull and cull again by results. Not smart enough to do it any other way. Too much money for feed, too much time with too many. Heck do not know each pigeon as I used to. Will pay the Fed for 40 a week. Other years only paid for ten or twenty. Club president is a Belgium guy. Widowhood flier. 40 cocks each week. He cleans up usually, Fed and club. Hope to give him a run for his money, if not this year then next. He is 82. Life time in birds. I have beat him before but rarely. No ets clocks allowed  so even here. Trapping advantage he has is his daughter. She is faster than him or I!
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PostSubject: Re: Man or beast??   Fri Mar 24, 2017 12:01 am

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I think so also. However, the pigeons here are better than the management. Or were in recent years. Full steam ahead this year, not sure how many years are left. Maybe less than 50? Ever an optimist!  Oh well. This year is sort out year. I have been lazy. I need the amount of birds down. Cull and cull again by results. Not smart enough to do it any other way. Too much money for feed, too much time with too many. Heck do not know each pigeon as I used to. Will pay the Fed for 40 a week. Other years only paid for ten or twenty. Club president is a Belgium guy. Widowhood flier. 40 cocks each week. He cleans up usually, Fed and club. Hope to give him a run for his money, if not this year then next. He is 82. Life time in birds. I have beat him before but rarely. No ets clocks allowed  so even here. Trapping advantage he has is his daughter. She is faster than him or I!
Hal Smile Smile if things go belly up with the virus issue here & we don't race etc this year, the cull cull mode Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes will be in play I suspect. So don't be to concerned about the few you might cull Wink Wink as my bones tell me  bounce bounce 20,000 Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad odd will finish up in a similar type position in my Fed here sadly.
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