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as a novice myself i think the best advice would be dont expect to much to soon enjoy your birds coming home before worrying about cards

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Fit Pigeons then Routine, Routine, Routine and success will follow, even with average doos you'll get results. Obviously the better your racing stock are the more success you will have, Theoretically anyway!!!

 

Agree with this 100%

 

also

 

Resting pigeons is better than any cure/treatment/pick me up on the market.

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Get the loft set up PROPERLY before you think about putting birds in it.

Breed or buy a team of youngsters( rather than trying to fly broken birds)

Get a system that suits YOU and stick to the routine.

Be patient and work on a 5 year plan, don't be shy to ask the winning fanciers what they are doing and when.

Be prepared for the"downs" i.e. BOP's and disaster races.

 

IF ALL ELSE FAILS IT'S NO HARD TO ADAPT THE LOFT FOR BUDGIES

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Get the loft set up PROPERLY before you think about putting birds in it.

Breed or buy a team of youngsters( rather than trying to fly broken birds)

Get a system that suits YOU and stick to the routine.

Be patient and work on a 5 year plan, don't be shy to ask the winning fanciers what they are doing and when.

Be prepared for the"downs" i.e. BOP's and disaster races.

 

IF ALL ELSE FAILS IT'S NO HARD TO ADAPT THE LOFT FOR BUDGIES

 

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My advice would be to not over populate quality over quantity

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