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Pigeon Training and Nutrition Part 1

Pigeon Training and Nutrition Part 1 If you want to run the marathon, you will have to train, otherwise you will not arrive at the finish line in time. This we can all understand and accept. To develop this ability,…

Can We Measure Energy in Pigeons? Part 2

Can We Measure Energy in Pigeons? Part 2 The former use energy more efficiently. Now that we know exactly how much energy a pigeon uses per hour of flight, can we, if we know how much fat our feed contains,…

The Breeding Loft

The Breeding Loft Winning is the result of breeding, training, nutrition, consistency, stamina, heart, superior intelligence and homing ability.  In pigeon racing, there is no substitute for any of the above qualities.  Only excellent race results, generation after generation in…

Pigeon Fostering

Pigeon Fostering….. This is our method to raise an all white round, then a race team, using fosters and ‘natural parents’…. Put the pairs together, and let everyone lay a round of eggs. Most pairs will lay within 7-10 days…

Beyond the Hype; Identify the Truth Part 2

Beyond the Hype; Identify the Truth Part 2 In part 1 of “Beyond the Hype; Identify the truth” we discussed 7 qualities that all champion fanciers have in common and how easy it is for new and experienced fanciers to…

Beyond the Hype; Identify the Truth

Beyond the Hype; Identify the Truth Top performance lofts and their great results are displayed throughout the various racing publications around the world.  These fanciers have become famous for their outstanding race achievements as both young bird and old bird…

My Best Kept “Secrets” Recap

My Best Kept “Secrets” Recap I hope you enjoyed Bob Prisco’s best kept “secrets” I just wanted to give you alittle recap just incase you missed any of them. Start practicing them in your own loft and you should start…

Secret #1: Cull Heavy

Secret #1: Cull Heavy When cutting back, forget all about names, strains, cost, etc.  There are two kinds of pigeons:  GOOD ONES AND BAD ONES.  “Bad” pigeons cost us more money than “Good” pigeons!  We spend a lot of money…

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