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I need to either make or purchase perches for my new loft. Anything wrong with the plastic "v" shaped perches? Would appear they could be taken down for cleaning. Advantages or disadvantages of the plastic?

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I need to either make or purchase perches for my new loft. Anything wrong with the plastic "v" shaped perches? Would appear they could be taken down for cleaning. Advantages or disadvantages of the plastic?

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I like these...

http://www.jedds.com/-strse-603/NEWCASTLE-PERCH/Detail.bok

... and my birds seem to like them too... :rolleyes:

As you can see, Jedds is currently out of stock for them. They seem to come and go with Jedds.

I have some (4) plastic perches of a different style that have wood where the birds perch, but the "V" flares on the sides are plastic. PM me your snail mail address and I'll send them to you if you want.
 

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I need to either make or purchase perches for my new loft. Anything wrong with the plastic "v" shaped perches? Would appear they could be taken down for cleaning. Advantages or disadvantages of the plastic?

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I have wooden ones in my loft which, are the same as what I sell. Pictures can be viewed on my site at http://www.pigeonsuppliesplus.com/photo3_1.html I personally prefer the t-perches over the v-perches though.

Dennis Kuhn
http://www.pigeonsuppliesplus.com

http://www.whiteracingpigeons.com
 
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