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    Since I started flying my homers, I have been cautioned many times to not let young birds get too strong on the wing before flying them. This advice was first offered to me when I started loft flying fourteen young birds that I purchased at around twelve weeks of age. I didn't have any problems...
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    I let the 5 YBs go first. one dove right back into the trap. Wanted no part of being out that day. two went deeper in to my heavily treed back yard and two made for the vinyl fence by the road. I watched the two by the road clumsily fly from the fence to a tree to a shed to another loft and back...
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