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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…

6 Must’s For Selecting Breeders

6 Must’s For Selecting Breeders Recently we have been discussing breeding and in particular we have been discussing some very important things you should be looking at when selecting your breeders. In the last article we went over three of the…

Pairing Racing Pigeons For Breeding

Pairing Racing Pigeons For Breeding If you are breeding with a strategy and not by chance the art of pairing up is essential.    When breeders are not producing young, cocks and hens must be separated to enable you to reintroduce…

3 Tips for Selecting Breeders

From the very beginning the selection of breeders has been fascinating for me plus rewarding in meeting top flyers in different parts of the world. Like any other subject matter, Pigeon Graders, there are several good ones in America, have…

How to Pair Your Pigeon Breeders—Part 3

How to Pair Your Pigeon Breeders—Part 3 In this final article of our three-part series on how to pair your pigeon breeders, we will touch upon line-breeding and inbreeding. We will conclude with details on how to calculate inbreeding coefficients.…

How to Pair Your Pigeon Breeders—Part 2

How to Pair Your Pigeon Breeders—Part 2 In the second part of this series on how to pair your pigeon breeders, we will discuss the issue of genetic links and how this factors into producing successful birds for your loft.…

How to Pair Your Pigeon Breeders—Part 1

How to Pair Your Pigeon Breeders—Part 1 The serious pigeon fancier is always working to improve the performance of his loft and, for that,  knowledge of how to pair pigeon breeders is essential.  In this three-part series of articles, we…

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