Beginner’s Handbook Conclusion
You now have been introduced to the sport of pigeons. We have shown you a few of the basics. We have also taken you through one entire year in the lives of your birds. It might very well be confusing until you actually go through the experience of building a loft and raising and training your own birds. Find someone else in the sport to help you grow and learn, but remember that experience is the best teacher of all. Learn from mistakes and do not make the same mistakes twice. Ask questions. You will never learn unless your ask. Also remember that the pigeon fancier that knows everything does not exist. Always be a credit to your sport. Be a good Ambassador for a great past time.
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Is there any adverse effect of using plastic sheet instead of plywood sheet for loft? How durable plywood is before rain?
MY DAD BROUGHT HOME FROM A BAR SEVERAL FANCEY BIRDS THAT SOME FRIEND HAD GIVEN HIM I BUILT THE LOFT OUT OF BOXES AND SCREENS I EVENTUALLY WENT TO A PET SHOP AND BOUGHT SOME HOMERS THEY COST FROM 25 CENTS UP.WE TRAINED ON A BIKES THE SCHOOL LET US USE THE JIM FOR A SHOW. MEMBERS OF A LOCAL PIGEON CLUB GAVE US PIGEONS AS A REWARD. I WOULD BRING PIGEONS TO SCHOOL GIVE A TALK ON THEM HAD CLASS MATES WRITE NOTES LET THE BIRD OUT THE WINDOW WITH THE NOTE ON HIS LEG WENT HOME FOR LUNCH AND BROUGHT THE NOTE BACK TO SCHOOL.THEY THOUGHT THAT WAS COOL. RAY BROWER
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