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Andy123
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26/08/2020 9:25 am  

I had a youngster back from the BICC Coutances race the weekend before last this morning. He came in when I got mine in from their morning exercise. 

He is a bit thin but considering the weather we have been having over the last few days he has still done well to come back. 

It is GB20B08546 Red Grizzle Cock that I bred for Murray for our Barcelona loft. 


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Muzza
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26/08/2020 9:52 am  

Smile Grin  

Very pleased to see that.

Not wanting to sound like a cracked record, but you have a big team of people behind you in this.

You will have some encouraging results Grin and some discouraging results Cry but we all know what the aim is.

 

Regards

Murray.


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Petedav
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26/08/2020 10:53 am  

Great to hear, hope a few more turn up.


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lestheeagle
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26/08/2020 10:55 am  

great to hear Andy.

Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.


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rainbow
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26/08/2020 11:44 am  

great news Andy


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Trevor Hodges
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26/08/2020 6:10 pm  

Good news 👍 as you say he has done well considering the conditions we have had of late. 

I had my missing youngster from last weekend turn up today, a bit tired but otherwise seems ok. She is a later bred youngster so I probably won't send her again this year. 


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Andy123
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26/08/2020 6:46 pm  

This is the youngster that came back this morning.

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All it takes sometimes is a bit of change in wind direction for them to start moving. I had a WHU stray in Monday, she went this morning and the Dutch stray that has been here a while went this afternoon. 


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bkays
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26/08/2020 10:49 pm  

Fair play to the lad. A tough nut there. Weather has been terrible.


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Trevor Hodges
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27/08/2020 5:51 pm  
Posted by: @andy123

This is the youngster that came back this morning.

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All it takes sometimes is a bit of change in wind direction for them to start moving. I had a WHU stray in Monday, she went this morning and the Dutch stray that has been here a while went this afternoon. 

He looks well enough Andy, could prove to be a useful bird in the future. As you say most of our missing birds (if good enough) just need a little time to rest up and when the wind is right will head off home, sadly there are too many fanciers that won't give them that chance.

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