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How to let pigeons quickly enter the shed after flying

The training of pigeon entering the shed is a very important project, which affects the speed and reliability of pigeon's transmission. We need to train the pigeons how to get into the shed as soon as possible. Usually, young pigeons will stay outside for a long time because they are fond of playing. At this time, we should adopt some special methods to train their ability to enter the shed quickly. Next, Xiaobian will introduce three common methods of training pigeons into the shed. Come and have a look at the professional training!

The first is the method of flying back to food. When we let the pigeon out of the nest, we should not feed it at the beginning, but wait for it to return and then use water and other food to lure it into the shed. After a period of training, pigeons will develop a habit of entering the shed quickly to solve the food problem. Naturally, we don't need to worry about their staying outside for a long time.

The second method is signal training. To get pigeons into the shed quickly, we need to send out a signal when luring them with food. This signal can be sound or other signs. For example, when we lure them with water and food, we can make signals such as whistling or knocking food, so that pigeons can understand what we express. As time goes by, when they get this signal, it means that the dual satisfaction of physiology and psychology will be realized, so a kind of conditioned reflex will be formed to enter the shed quickly.

The third method -- spouse waiting method

The power of love is equally powerful for pigeons. When pigeons are asked to go out of the shed, we should not let couples fly at the same time, but let one go, and the other stay in the shed and wait. In this way, when they want to enter the shed, the returning pigeons will be excited to see their mates in the distant shed, so that they can fly into the shed quickly. With this stimulating condition, the speed of pigeons entering the shed will be greatly increased, even reaching the peak.