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Celibate Cock System


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Hello,

 

Does anyone here fly their cocks on the celibate system? I used to read an older member's post named Owen that flew his cocks celibate with good results, but sadly I learned he had passed. I am from the USA and any help would be greatly appreciated. I do have a basic system for the hens, but I am open to hearing how others fly their hens celibate.

 

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Sota

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flew celibate cocks and hen for a few years it's simple don't breed from them i housed them in separate lofts. you use nestboxes and bowls for motivation some times letting them see each other through a door or putting one in the section in a cage so it cant be treaded by the birds in that section. just mix things up so they dont go stale

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Would also be interested in racing celibate cocks and hens, can you send me info Andy

 

Tommy,s answer is perhaps best suited for you Bluey .

 

sounds good wouldnt mind reading about it too. Cheers

 

was just a basic widow hood system Jas , but not forgetting "routine" .

 

Sounds interesting wouldn't mind a bit more informationon it

 

the girls should have a copy of "Dave Allen,s widowhood year" . that will help them along .

 

 

 

the old adage " to do the same over and over again , and expect diffrent results " is one of Albert Einsteins sayings that should be bore in mind .

or as Tommy put it " mix it up a bit now and again.

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I tried on some yearlings flew great at home looked the part but always just behind my widowhood cocks on race day . It may have been that I didn’t pick the right cocks to try it on otr my motivation tricks didn’t work

I think your better off flying pigeons that have been paired and claimed a box they don’t have to have babies none of my racers ever do but I like them

To have sat eggs for 2 weeks for

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I've been racing celibate and I've found it pretty good. Keeps things simple, which seems to suit me! I mess around with the perches in the cks section for a bit of motivation. Hens are pretty much just left alone and they do fine.

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