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looking for pigeons any type will do.  I make trips from central Idaho to Yakima and Mt once a month. I can pick up. 
 
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Don't have any pigeons for you, but it brought up some family memories.  My Grandparents (farmers, mostly organic), kept pigeon houses at the end of large fields to eat the bugs.  They had a ladder which went up to the houses and gathered squab when they were young and tender
to eat.  This was back in the early 1900's, long before I was born, but I loved hearing the old family stories about such things.
 
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