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Making a plan for racing long distance pigeons.
J. W. Langstone
To the left is DC Hen, 1st Concourse miles on a very tough race with head winds. This has two advantages: you can discover a good breeding pair and after a while some of these hens will prove their value in the races; these birds are likely to become good breeding hens as well. Limoges : old birds: 1, 7, 9, 10, 16, etc. The next loft that I would like to highlight is that of the Padfield Family of Cwmtillery, a small former mining village deep in the Welsh valleys.
This means I want my pigeons to be at their best later on. I do visit him just before the young bird season every year. Some fanciers say that prizes are won over the winter but I am not in favour of widowers that have to train too hard during winter; I would rather have them save their energy for the racing season itself. I used to have a yougbird-loft on which my youngsters never listed magnificent performances. Of course the birds that won those races became breeders and the loft is full of their relatives.
However, they will need more rest when the long distance events come along. They have had their glory times, but times change. The racers are allowed to rear a pair of babies and sit their second round eggs for 10 days before being separated. It has held up for over 15 years so far.
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The litter is raked over regularly and any heavy deposits of droppings removed.
The feeding of a racing team is very different from the feeding of stock pigeons, or pigeons during the off season. He is the sire, grandsire and great grandsire of a number of excellent racers. So once again, it is very important to be very patient when it comes to creating a long distance pigeon family.
Cattrysse In addition I also use a method that I have adopted from the Cattrysse family.
You will never find quality birds like these this inexpensive. About ten years ago I had a bird, that won 3 x 1st on km races with 1, meters a minute. One is to carbohydrate load the pigeons. Feed systems low in energy relative to the workload of the race team will result in the depletion of the energy reserves in the liver, fat and muscle.
All they get is good sound food and clean water with vitamins added once per week. She has now become the cornerstone of the loft having bred at least 15 first prize winners and is grand dam to a Dax National winner and a San Sebastian National winner.
When there is a new breeding cock in the loft you will need two to three years to find out about his breeding qualities. When they are one year old you can basket them for Limoges, Jarnac or Bordeaux and possibly Narbonne. The fancier can recognise a race team that is in a negative energy balance by the following signs: No wing flapping in the early morning or after feeding.
There is a chance that these young birds will have a successful flight and win a decent prize if the race is demanding but these are usually exceptions. They then go onto the roundabout system for most of the inland programme and early channel races.
I used him as a breeder after that and he too developed as a true champion breeder. The longer the distance the earlier in the week you need to start preparing the birds.
These birds are likely to achieve good results in the extreme long distance for several seasons. A medical check up shortly after the raising of the youngsters allows us to monitor the health of our birds. After a few days Ray contacted the Woodyards and told them of his concern about the one hen and was told that she would be replaced without any problem but that there were no similarly bred birds then available to be sent down.
The convoy of more than 15, pigeons, entered by some of the best fanciers in Europe, was liberated early on the morning of Saturday 31st July and at The birds can stay in the lofts that need to be disinfected throughout the whole process of disinfecting.Sep 23, · Secrets Of Long-Distance Pigeon Racing [Squills] on sylvaindez.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Originally published in the early s. The author Lt. Col. A. H. Osman was a recognised expert on all aspects of pigeon racing and breeding. This book was originally written in answer to the many questions he received relating to getting birds fit and their training and preparation for long 4/5(1).
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For racing and particularly long distance racing, the birds do not need peas or protein, but carbohydrates and fats to provide energy for the long hours on the wing, during the journey home.
Proteins are made up of substances called amino acids. Various amino acids bond together chemically to make. Nov 06, · It encourages the reader to view the humble pigeon in a different light, gaining a deeper appreciation of the enormous joy and satisfaction that can be gained from long-distance pigeon racing.
In addition to the interviews with both British and Continental lofts, features covered include acquisition of stock, health and immunity, loft. Dec 06, · what to feed racing pigeons before a race for best performance.
feeding racing pigeons has to be very specific to get the best results and on this video i talk about it all. Website: pigeonempire.