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|Lakeside, this is the perfect bird to work with, the more aggressive they are, the better it tests the theory I teach. I have never seen a bird including the hens that are aggressive that it doesn't work on. The only thing I stress is if the bird is really mean then those working with it should wear protective gear. I had two very Large Polish crested that attacked me at the same time at a friends house, I had to use my motor cycle helmet and face shield working with them. Two sessions that lasted about twenty minutes each and they never ever created a problem after that. My friend couldn't believe it. I really does work. Don't be shy...
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