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Re: Showing fearless aggressive Pouters


Good point!

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   Thanks Alan!

    No I'm not a judge but have been showing Holles, Pigmies and English for a few years now. Have gotten to know a few judges and had the pleasure of talking to and listening to them as to what they expect from a certain bird or breed.
    Most judges are very informative if you just ask!
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Re: Showing fearless aggressive Pouters


 I would think the best way to show a thief pouter would be to raise them as a working pouter from the beginning. Keep them in their own box with no contact with other pigeons. We need to also try to get it to where we can cover the sides and back of the show cage like they do in other countries for our thieving pouters. They wouldnt wide down at the end of a show if they were kept this way. Or at least that is my thought. I hope to have my laudinos at a show ready to woo and tread if they were released. I have already made so preperations for 2010.
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Re: Showing fearless aggressive Pouters


Matt your right on covering the sides! I noticed at the pageant they did this with the Gaditanos, sorry didn't notice if they did this with the other spanish breeds .

When they judged though, they were in open cages. I find once I stick my birds in an open cage they can get to excited, they won't blow all the way, they get too busy working. In a closed side cage they are all about the person who is invading their territory and put on a beautiful show.

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