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E. Coli Infection in Pigeons

E. Coli Infection in Pigeons E. coli infection is caused by the bacteria Escherichia coli. This bacteria is very common world wide and is a common inhabitant of the intestinal tract of mammals and some birds. There has been some…

The Racing Pigeon Loft Part 2

The Racing Pigeon Loft Part 2 Ventilation When the air inside the loft is not as fresh as the outside air, then there is a ventilation problem. The traditional Australian loft is open at the front and gets good race…

The Racing Pigeon Loft Part 1

The Racing Pigeon Loft Part 1 Irrespective of its geography, shape, size or structure, the loft must provide the pigeons with: Sunlight during the day. A secure place to rest at night. Sunlight and the elevated flight Sunlight is a…

Respiratory Disease Checklist

Respiratory Disease Checklist The Common Signs of Respiratory Disease in Racing Pigeons are: Panting after flying. Sneezing Loft flying decreases Race losses Eye and nostril discharge Swollen cere and sinus Stretching of neck and swallowing Yawning The top race performance…

Good Feather, Handling For Quality

Good Feather, Handling For Quality Handling For Quality When the experienced fanciers handle a racing pigeon they are assessing its racing ability by judging its aerodynamic soundness. Their skill has been taught by time and their success in predicting the…

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