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Posted 1st November 2011, 09:07 AM
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pouter pigeons anf thief pouters


Hi guys,

My brother has passed away and he had some thief pouters that am going to take with me since he loved these pigeons I thought that it would be the thing to do.
The problem is that I have no idea on how to train them now to fly at my house. He also has 2 young pigeons 3 months old that I believe he hadn't flown them yet and I also don't know what to do with them in regards to training.... Can somebody please help me.....


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Posted 1st November 2011, 11:22 AM
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Look up palomeros cubanos on google and you will find many resources on that forum. If you need any more help after that you can pm me.
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Posted 1st November 2011, 11:35 AM
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I have been on that site but couldn't find any help
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Posted 1st November 2011, 12:47 PM
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Sorry to hear about your loss.
So you moved all these birds to your house right?
Did you take the lofts too or build new ones?
I am going to assume you took his lofts which is good and will make it all the faster to get these birds back up.
Keep them locked up for awhile, I would say about a month.
This will give them time to view their surroundings.
After that take them into your yard in baskets to see even more that they could not from in the loft.
Make sure they are on a tight feeding schedule. We feed once a day for our flyers and in the evening.
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Posted 1st November 2011, 01:38 PM
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Thanks az.

Yes I have taken the boxes that he kept them in. It's like a 12 pack stack of cages. Everyone is seperate in there own box and he ha... Thanks for the had one that is completely close which his friend told me that it was the one that he used to thief with... Thanks for the advice....
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Sounds like a bunch of breeding cages?
You should consider building them a loft.
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Azcorbin those aren't breeding boxes. The posters are all kept in separate boxes so there dont fight with each other and keeps them in the mood so to speak. They are also called Casanova pigeons. King newbie there should be someone near you that flies them. they are easy to rehome and it should take you about 2 to 4 weeks with the aid of a settling cage. http://palomeroscubanos.com/foro/ this is the site I use but run it through Google translator. Would like to add more but time to eat.
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Tell me a little more about this casanova boxes? Is this something mainly used for Pouters or what? They still in all year?
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Posted 1st November 2011, 06:28 PM
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Yes they are in the box all year long. And the way I understand it is only for thief pouters. look up Ladron and trampa autimatica on youtube for a little more insight. In Miami there are 2 clubs that you can join to test your bird against others. http://palomeroscubanos.com/foro/vie...hp?f=5&t=26196
http://palomeroscubanos.com/foro/vie...p?f=34&t=14787
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Thanks, I get the idea behind it now. I always thought they just trapped into a loft. This however makes since and is a lot more in depth than I would have thought.

King you should post some pics of the birds!
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Posted 2nd November 2011, 09:04 AM
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Thanks for all the information Logan and the rest of the guys here. I will post up some pictures when I get a chance.......
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Posted 2nd November 2011, 09:15 AM
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http://i246.photobucket.com/albums/g...24/2hx24h5.jpg

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Here are a few pictures. I don't have all his birds I decided to give a few to his close friends and I stayed with 4......
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Posted 3rd November 2011, 10:27 AM
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Nice looking buchon. I would keep the locked up and breed out of each pair before I would fly the old birds. Just in case a hawk hits one. They are great to watch when they are working a bird to your house. You can even use the top boxes as the trap just hook a string on it but you have to get a comfy chair. Go to any of the pet shows in Miami and get an automatic trap made out aluminum. Don't know how your Spanish is but ask for a trampa autimatica at the pet shop and they will help you.
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Posted 3rd November 2011, 10:40 AM
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Thanks I will check out the pet shop. My Spanish is pretty fluent. My parents are cuban lol
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Posted 3rd November 2011, 10:45 AM
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That's great. Half of my pigeon racing club are Cuban and they got me in to them, but my Spanish is really bad. I hope you have fun with them.
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