Racing Pigeon Systems
If I race pigeons on the natural method / system do I have a chance of competing?
My views on this are very much it’s horses for courses. Racing the natural method is probably less complicated than any other system but if you are working and only have time at the start and end of the day it’s probably the best way to go.
I have won many races on the natural method against people racing widowhood or roundabout or any other method you chose to name. At the end of the day if the pigeons are good enough and fit enough, they will come for you on the natural method. I also like to race my hens and the natural method is again probably the less complicated way of racing both hens and cocks.
You need to know your pigeons though, because different pigeons respond differently to the various stages of the natural system. Also, from a fitness point of view it’s important to send the birds at the right time in the cycle.
Feeding youngsters takes a lot out of all pigeons especially when they get bigger, so it is important to get the timing right particularly for the distance races. Similarly, you don’t want to be sending hens that are within a week of laying eggs, so it’s vital that you make notes about timings of pairing up, when eggs were layed, when eggs hatched etc. so that you don’t get it wrong and potentially harm or risk losing your prized assets.
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