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 Post subject: Re: Shows Pigeons
PostPosted: Sun May 19, 2013 7:30 am 
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Not sure that will work but maybe as a second breed?




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 Post subject: Re: Shows Pigeons
PostPosted: Sun May 19, 2013 6:36 pm 
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Thats would be good too


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 Post subject: Re: Shows Pigeons
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Do you breed fantail to fantail or semi fantail to fantail?



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 Post subject: Re: Shows Pigeons
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Looks like I will have to convert you all to pigeon breeding :lol:

You maybe right as a supplement bird to keep I do like the tumblers and like Raf the fantails are very nice



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 Post subject: Re: Shows Pigeons
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Is it ok to have a few pigeons in the chickens coop? They are fantails if that matters?


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 Post subject: Re: Shows Pigeons
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I wouldn't because of diseases




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 Post subject: Re: Shows Pigeons
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But what if they don't have disease? Also would the chickens give the pigeons disease if they did have it?


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 Post subject: Re: Shows Pigeons
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The trouble is they could carry disease and give it to the chooks or vice verser



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 Post subject: Re: Shows Pigeons
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Oh yeh didnt think of that sorry


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 Post subject: Re: Shows Pigeons
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Some people still do it and have no trouble you just need to know it can happen





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