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7 of the Best Part 3 by Joe Murphy
by Joe Murphy
10 Mar
Joe Murphy’s Seven of the Best -Part 3 George Rankin & son Gareth’s Old Grizzle Hen I had hoped that this story could have been covered in three parts, however the more I worked on it and the more information I detected, it was obvious this could not be done. Hence part three, is dedicated exclusively to the Old Grizzle Hen SU83 L 11945 raced by George and Gareth Rankin of Blantyre in Lanarkshire, as I feel she is worth the space in the press. I want fanciers to enjoy reading about t...
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by sapper756
21 Feb
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7 0f the Best Part 2 by Joe Murphy
by Joe Murphy
18 Feb
The Joe Murphy’s Column Seven of the Best Part 2 (First Published in 2004) Re-Typed February 2022 1 Tom McEwen’s Marlene’s Boy The next two pigeons in my story are both related- Marlene’s Boy and Fortune Lady are both grandchildren of Tom McEwen’s 4th open SNFC Rennes winner. Let start at the beginning; Tom McEwen flew in partnership with his late father and his brother Archie as McEwen & Sons in Elphinstone Homing Society. They had a very good blue hen wheat was bred down ...
7 of the Best by Joe Murphy
by Joe Murphy
16 Feb
When the Editor Cameron Stansfield asked me to pick my top six pigeons, (that I wish I could have in my own loft) I thought about it for a while. I kept going over some of the outstanding pigeons that I have been privileged to handle during my time within the sport. It was therefore going to be a very difficult task to narrow this down to just six birds. I was also aware that, no matter my choice of pigeons, someone would dispute my selection. However, the Editor had asked me to compile the stor...
WELCOME RAVENS AND HENS
by T BEROKOFF
12 Oct
BY T BEROKOFF WELCOME RAVENS AND HENS! This third installment about our raven feeding success is to include a picture of the feeder along with some details about it. Yesterday we had an entire flock of ravens in our grove. By flock I mean between 20-30 ravens! Today it’s raining and I think they must have known to stock up on food. The raven platform has two feeders, one intended for the smaller birds who visit the feeder, such as blue jays, swallows, robins, woodpeckers, an...
Sprint Feed Experiment
by Wiley
04 Feb
Gentleman I have been playing or experimenting with feed god knows since when, I've recently conducted a mixture I am tempted to race on this season for sprinting only. It is very rich in carbohydrates and fats, however low in protein and very easily digestible. I am a big believer in protein should be used on return from racing, maples 100% will be offered to the birds on return and 3 feeds afterwards for repairing the muscles and recovery and then onto the mixture below, opinions would be acce...
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