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Dissection of a Winning Racing Pigeon

To be able to breed winners we need to understand the factors or attributes that determine the ability of any pigeon to win races. Tackling the problem from a slightly different angle than usual, may help us to arrive at…

Breeding Racing Pigeons is Easy

Breeding Racing Pigeons is Easy by Dr. Wim Peters Get two pigeons, one of either gender, provide them with a loft, nesting material and a secluded spot and before long, on average 10 days later, the hen will have laid…

Homing Pigeons Fly Home Using Mental Map

Homing Pigeons Fly Home Using Mental Map (Source: RedOrbit) Homing pigeons fly off from an unknown place in unfamiliar territory and still manage to find their way home. Their ability to find their way home has always been fascinating to…

*Video* How to Band Baby Racing Pigeons

*Video* How to Band Baby Racing Pigeons Here is a great video on how to properly band baby racing pigeons. Although this may be a beginner topic it is a very important one. This video will show you how to…

*Video* Giving Calcium to Your Racing Pigeons

*Video* Giving Calcium to Your Racing Pigeons Calcium is very important for all animals, especially for racing pigeons during breeding. Here is a great video from our friends at Lavender Hill Lofts showing a very good Calcium additive that they…

Using Fostering in your Breeding Strategy

Using Fostering in your Breeding Strategy by Domanski Family Loft I was half tempted to entitle this section “Embryo Transfer”. In horses, embryo transfer is the procedure of artificially inseminating a mare from sperm from a specific stallion. Once the…

Intensive Inbreeding “A Practical Discussion” Part 2

Intensive  Inbreeding “A Practical Discussion” Part 1 by Domanski  Family Loft The reason that my strategies involve working with the descendents to start the inbreeding program starts with the two foundation birds and not the ancestors is because most people do…

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