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Pigeon Force is a small family run business owned by Daryl & Julie, who are based in Leeds, West Yorkshire,

This location is ideal as it is central to the Uk and close by to all major motorway links, M1, M62, A1 etc.

Daryl is a 4th generation Pigeon fancier and is the son of David Thornton who ownes and runs Uk Pigeon Couriers which are based in South Cheshire, some of you who may have used Davids courier company before may already know Daryl as he helped launch Uk pigeon couriers back in January 2009, both companys are going from strength to strength.

Whilst using Pigeon Force you can be sure that your birds are in the safe hands of experienced handlers and that any pigeons kept in our holding pens are looked after like they were our own.

We also carry a full Defra type 2 licence which is carried in all our vehicles and can be produced upon request.

Our vans have vents to the rear which keep the birds nice and cool during transportation.

We now have a new pricing structure which you will find very competitive, if not the cheapest.

All boxes needed for your pigeons are free, if you would like to buy some extra boxes we charge 40p per box, these can be purchased direct from the driver, "Subject to availability"

Prices are for England

£32.50 for up to 6 birds + £1 per extra bird

From Monday 7th September we will be reducing the Scottish prices to £35 for up to 6 birds then £1 per bird after

Prices for Scotland

1-6 Birds = £40

7-12 Birds = £55

If you would like to contact us please feel free to do so

Tel: 01132195060 (If there is no answer please leave your name and number and we will call you back within 6 hours)

Email: [email protected]

Web: http://www.pigeonforce.pigeon24.com

You can also visit us on Face Book search for "pigeon force" and join.

Please note we operate on a weekly booking system , but are able to fit jobs in sooner subject to availability,

We are always looking for feed back and would be greatfull if you could leave it.

Yours in sport

Daryl & Julie
 

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Thank you for the information, Daryl and Julie.

In the past two years we have had to relocate a garden flock of white pigeons that had been abandoned after their cote had been destroyed and a free flying domestic flock whose owner was moving. I know that some members have also had to send unrelesable rescued pigeons across the country to sanctuaries.

None of us would have a sick pigeon transported by courier, but what is your position on transporting healthy non-hobbyist pigeons ?
 
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