by Lee Fribbins
HARDBACK 150 PAGES
The third book in the series of books written by The Racing Pigeon Editor Lee Fribbins. This book looks at the system and racing of young birds.
For most young bird racing used to be a bit of fun, educating and experiencing your babies for later life.
In the modern era young bird racing is as competitively raced as old birds.
As Editor of The Racing Pigeon Weekly and Racing Pigeon Pictorial International. I have travelled the world and visited many top racing lofts.
My years of experience plus my own racing ideas and lessons learned have culminated in the book, third in the without limits series.
This book gives an insight in to my racing methods for youngsters and the system that I use along with an in-depth look at rearing, weaning, training and the use of lights and the dark.
I also give a honest view on how I deal with young bird sickness, which for many has become a major yearly factor.
This is an informative guide with a look at my loft design, motivation techniques as well as my training and racing schedules.
I hope by reading this book, you as a fancier can gain an insight that will help you adapt your current racing methods to further your success and enjoyment.