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#1 User is offline   Doosstcombs 

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Posted 8 September 2018 - 22:09 PM

I just wish people make it clear on what they intend to do with my found birds that are being handed to the stray centre in Broxburn, had a phone call yesterday saying he is handing it over to Davie for club collection or the stray centre, never left his name, my lost birds are SU18NE 5978 silver hen and 4276 chequer I think. But when speaking to my wife on phone it was confusing and the birds cannot be libbed as wing lock and got message from my Fed saying it’s not on lorry. So help clearify this.

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Posted 8 September 2018 - 23:30 PM

View PostDoosstcombs, on 8 September 2018 - 22:09 PM, said:

I just wish people make it clear on what they intend to do with my found birds that are being handed to the stray centre in Broxburn, had a phone call yesterday saying he is handing it over to Davie for club collection or the stray centre, never left his name, my lost birds are SU18NE 5978 silver hen and 4276 chequer I think. But when speaking to my wife on phone it was confusing and the birds cannot be libbed as wing lock and got message from my Fed saying it’s not on lorry. So help clearify this.

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Im confused, is this ybs of yours in stray centre? wing lock?

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Posted 8 September 2018 - 23:35 PM

Supposed to be ? And wing lock is a cramp they get and tired out after flying for too long

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Posted 8 September 2018 - 23:39 PM

View PostDoosstcombs, on 8 September 2018 - 23:35 PM, said:

Supposed to be ? And wing lock is a cramp they get and tired out after flying for too long

so who told you they had wing lock? if they are in baskets in stray centre? how would they know that?

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Posted 8 September 2018 - 23:44 PM

View PostDoosstcombs, on 8 September 2018 - 23:35 PM, said:

Supposed to be ? And wing lock is a cramp they get and tired out after flying for too long

Where was your race from and far to you Matthew? Surely they shouldn’t be seen to be flying for too long, if your birds are for 500 miles?

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Posted 8 September 2018 - 23:45 PM

View Postcoey18, on 8 September 2018 - 23:44 PM, said:

Where was your race from and far to you Matthew? Surely they shouldn’t be seen to be flying for too long, if your birds are for 500 miles?

500 miles? doubt hes been 200 miles yet

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 00:04 AM

Right to explain is that Pigeon was racing last weekend from Alnwick and got lost, the guy picked them up at his loft I think and was going to put them to stray centre as birds weak to lib

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 01:23 AM

View PostDoosstcombs, on 9 September 2018 - 00:04 AM, said:

Right to explain is that Pigeon was racing last weekend from Alnwick and got lost, the guy picked them up at his loft I think and was going to put them to stray centre as birds weak to lib

You got offered a whole round of ybs for free, from a guy who took 1st 15 in fed one week, and you turned him down, because he has sprinters, and you wanted 500 milers

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 06:04 AM

It it was lost last week ,why would you expect it to be on lorry already as lorry only headed away last night
all members are equal but some are more equal than others !!

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 06:10 AM

There was a NE cheq put in our stray basket on Friday, will be at the stray centre now but dont know the number

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 06:46 AM

View PostFroog, on 9 September 2018 - 01:23 AM, said:

You got offered a whole round of ybs for free, from a guy who took 1st 15 in fed one week, and you turned him down, because he has sprinters, and you wanted 500 milers


Well how do you train 500 milers, by putting them to race no matter what distance and in my view there’s no such thing as sprinters and distance Pigeons they all look the same they can home no matter what distance and I kindly turn them down as I got some selection of birds for next year breeding

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 09:43 AM

If your birds are at the stray centre Davie will pick your birds up on his way back so don't worry Matthew you can keep them for yearlings for next year

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 11:00 AM

View PostDoosstcombs, on 9 September 2018 - 06:46 AM, said:

Well how do you train 500 milers, by putting them to race no matter what distance and in my view there’s no such thing as sprinters and distance Pigeons they all look the same they can home no matter what distance and I kindly turn them down as I got some selection of birds for next year breeding

That not entirely true Matthew. I offered you some yearlings that I had raced well in Liverpool and didn’t want to risk trying to break out. Also a couple of my 1st round YB off my stock, I also offered to deliver them to you but, you messed me about in messages and then asked could I deliver them after the birds was too strong on the wing. I then offered to put my stock back together just to breed the full round for you free of charge, you waited for the eggs to hatch them came and asked was my birds going to win 500 mile races for you? As that’s all your interested in, I explained my birds are for sprint and your words was, I will leave them then and take my rings back and will buy 6 hardy Kruger’s off my neighbors race team to put to stock as they are 500 mile birds. You didn’t kindly turn them down, you messed me about and then refused the birds as you said they wasn’t good enough, I don’t agree with people lying mate and especially about myself. I honestly wish somebody was willing to help me out as much when I first started.

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 11:17 AM

Great offer and got it knocked back wish I had that help when I started

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 11:34 AM

View Postcoey18, on 9 September 2018 - 12:00 PM, said:

That not entirely true Matthew. I offered you some yearlings that I had raced well in Liverpool and didn’t want to risk trying to break out. Also a couple of my 1st round YB off my stock, I also offered to deliver them to you but, you messed me about in messages and then asked could I deliver them after the birds was too strong on the wing. I then offered to put my stock back together just to breed the full round for you free of charge, you waited for the eggs to hatch them came and asked was my birds going to win 500 mile races for you? As that’s all your interested in, I explained my birds are for sprint and your words was, I will leave them then and take my rings back and will buy 6 hardy Kruger’s off my neighbors race team to put to stock as they are 500 mile birds. You didn’t kindly turn them down, you messed me about and then refused the birds as you said they wasn’t good enough, I don’t agree with people lying mate and especially about myself. I honestly wish somebody was willing to help me out as much when I first started.

its not the 1st time hes been offered birds ant
was supposed to send rings to one of the top fanciers in his own fed
500 milers , but never bothered even contacting the guy again

I was at the sale when the offer was made and accepted
keeping an eye on cem

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 13:11 PM

View PostDJWa, on 9 September 2018 - 11:34 AM, said:

its not the 1st time hes been offered birds ant
was supposed to send rings to one of the top fanciers in his own fed
500 milers , but never bothered even contacting the guy again

I was at the sale when the offer was made and accepted

That says it all then mate. I have most to Arthur and 10 to my mate in Liverpool as the earlier birds I sent to him was doing really well for him so, he took ten and has been training them up for next year, atleast they wasn’t wasted mate ;-)

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 13:45 PM

I mean no offence to anybody but I get weary where I get my birds from as I was given crap before or someone’s weak bloodline and cory18 I will explain more when I see you and your neighbour as it’s private matter. My results for this year was 6th place first race but the rest was 13th 14th etc just shows you my bloodline are weak

View PostDoosstcombs, on 9 September 2018 - 13:43 PM, said:

I mean no offence to anybody but I get weary where I get my birds from as I was given crap before or someone’s weak bloodline and cory18 I will explain more when I see you and your neighbour as it’s private matter. My results for this year was 6th place first race but the rest was 13th 14th etc just shows you my bloodline are weak


Oh and people going off topic here it was about my lost Pigeons not about what I got

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 13:51 PM

View PostDoosstcombs, on 9 September 2018 - 14:45 PM, said:

I mean no offence to anybody but I get weary where I get my birds from as I was given crap before or someone’s weak bloodline and cory18 I will explain more when I see you and your neighbour as it’s private matter. My results for this year was 6th place first race but the rest was 13th 14th etc just shows you my bloodline are weak



Oh and people going off topic here it was about my lost Pigeons not about what I got


nobody gives a new start crap birds
I would look in a mirror before blaming the birds
it might just be you are the reason your birds are not performing
keeping an eye on cem

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 14:10 PM

View PostDJWa, on 9 September 2018 - 13:51 PM, said:

nobody gives a new start crap birds
I would look in a mirror before blaming the birds
it might just be you are the reason your birds are not performing


So you saying I’m a failure? Nice

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Posted 9 September 2018 - 14:30 PM

View PostDJWa, on 9 September 2018 - 13:51 PM, said:

nobody gives a new start crap birds
I would look in a mirror before blaming the birds
it might just be you are the reason your birds are not performing

Don’t think that’s entirely true lad

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