One of the rarest books in the racing pigeon literature, and it is among the most important.
This title discusses the right method of loft-flying. If you do not like road-training because long drives, fuel cost and time wasted on trips, then we have good news for you. This book will lead you to the right way of loft flying ( flag flying ) so you keep your birds fit, slim and prepare them to come into form and make them win any race. All of that without wasting your time, money or car mileage on road training. Timeless work and maybe the last copy available out there.
“It is my hope that this book will not only help you win more races but will also help you reach your goal of breeding a better racing pigeon more quickly.” — Alfred Stains
- Condition: Used – Very Good (VG) with minor wear a rip on the inside of the front cover
- Hardcover: 69 pages
- Publisher: Racing Pigeon Bulletin(1982)
- Language: English
- Illustrations: B&W photos and illustrations
- Product Dimensions: 22 x 13.5 x .7 cm
- Shipping Weight: 160 g
|1. Flag Flying Young Birds
2. Safe at Home Base
3. Racing Young Birds on the Flag
4. Separating the Best From the Rest
5. Tip Sheet for the New Flyer
6. Flag Flying Old Birds for the First Time
|7. Natural or Widowhood?
8. Planning for Old Bird Racing “The Natural Way”
9. Training and Feeding Old Bird Racers
10. Racing Old Birds on the Flag
11. Two and Three a Day
12. A Closing Thought
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