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Dear Members,

First let me introduce myself.

My name is Waqar Haider residing in Pakistan.I love to keep pigeons,running website www.pakpigeons.com.
HUH i think its enough for time being ;).


Here is my loft making pictures.Hope you people like.

Please comment.

Here are the answers of some Questions which may be raise.

1. Which side your loft is facing ???

ANSWER: South East

2. Why there are four doors for entrance inside your loft ?? Are these made for individual entry in male, female & breeder section ?? Then what for the 4th one???

ANSWER : I made five sections.Two for breeders,one for YBS & other two for male & female seprations.

3. Are you going to built net(wire mesh) corridor in front of your loft ??

Answer: Yes,Eight feet long.

4. What will be the roof top ?? Concreate construction or tin/asbestos shed???

Answer : Concreate

5. What's about the inside ventilation except the front ventilators(4)???

Answer : Space in back top for cross ventilation 1/1 feet

6. Are you keeping ventilators on the partition walls of each section or making wire mesh windows???

Answer: Nope i dont think so that there is any need for this.

7. Are you thinking to make any landing bar/board and trapping unit on the top of your loft??

Answer: Nope
 

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What a lot of work. You did a lovely job.
Your pigeons seem to be enjoying themselves.
 

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waqar, great loft. you know your birds are safe in that loft. Wecome to the forum
 

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loft

Well all I can say is that you definitely take your birds seriously :D Your loft would have to be number one considering your choice in building materials.
Very nice craftsmanship, I guess now I have to redesign my next one.
 

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Hi waqar haider, nice photos and welcome to Pigeon-Talk! :)
 

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First thing came to my mind is "Alcatraz" for pigeons...But it's nice...Long lasting and durable for all types of weather in your country...What are you going to use for their nesting?, bowls, hay, straws, pine needles, anything? The bricks in your country must be cheaper huh?
 

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Thank you

Dear All,

Thank you very much for liking my loft. I spent approx 3000USD on my loft making and now its time to get results from my highflyers. I will share my some highflyers pictures with you soon.

I go for quality birds rather than quantity of birds. I am very strict in selection of birds to keep in my loft. I will show you some of my best highflyers who have all the abilities of Beauty, Flying and homing instinct.


Hope you fellows will enjoy.
 

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First thing came to my mind is "Alcatraz" for pigeons...But it's nice...Long lasting and durable for all types of weather in your country...What are you going to use for their nesting?, bowls, hay, straws, pine needles, anything? The bricks in your country must be cheaper huh?
For nesting i am using bowls with straw & pine needles.
 
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