lordcornwallis wrote:thats what he does so infact hes a good one
If you are flying him 3 days a week and he develops that well, he is a good one.
However, I would fly him by himself from now on. Not with other birds in a kit.
That way he should bring his game closer to ground and improve his combinations.
lordcornwallis wrote:how many ounces of corn should each takla be fed a day
This truly depends on your training schedule, each bird's size and what you are feeding them.
Even with the same training and feeding schedule every day the feed needs of each young bird changes almost weekly.
What I would say is give your young bird team as much as food you want for the first day (but measure it before giving), then after 20 minutes remove it from in front of them and measure it again.
The difference (what they actually ate) is the amount I would give them from then on.
As you give this amount each day (since their food intake requirement is going to increase as they develop their performance and increase their flight time) I would watch closely their behavior during feeding.
If you see them go through the amount fo feed you determined to give them quickly and looking for more, increase the amount little by little until you find the right daily use.
While doing this if you notice there is still food left in the feeder after 20 minutes again remove that and cut your next days feed by that much.
I hope that makes sense.
Also, I would change the feed from corn to more carbs less fat seed or a mix.
Wheat is traditional what is fed to the fliers.
If you would like more balanced feed I would say use a pea based mix to include some proteins but make sure it has no corn in it.
If you decide to go with Wheat or Oat strictly then you would need to supplement with some sort of a mix for other nutrients.
I find the daily servings of greens like collard greens or mustard greens very useful.