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Pigeon Buying Guide Part 4

Pigeon Buying Guide– Part Four What to Look for in a Breeder Pigeon Knowing what characteristics to look for in a breeder pigeon is essential to successfully improving your loft’s bloodline. There are probably as many preferences among fanciers as…

Selecting a Quality Breeding Pair

Selecting a Quality Breeding Pair The chances of breeding a winner are increased when it is bred from a winner. We all realise, that even from the best breeding stock in the world, only a very small percentage of the…

Pigeon Buying Guide Part 3

Guide to Buying Racing Pigeons—Part Three Purchasing Ace Pigeons One way to go for the ‘big’ money is to buy the ace pigeons of certain race competitions. In Europe, each year at the end of the racing season, the champion…

Pigeon Buying Guide Part 2

Guide to Buying Racing Pigeons—Part Two Buying Proven Racing Stock A more expensive option you have for buying racing pigeons is buying proven racing stock right out of the racing loft. You can purchase a bird that perhaps is not…

Pigeon Buying Guide Part 1

Guide to Buying Racing Pigeons – Part 1 of 6 Buying in Volume In this six-part guide to buying racing pigeons we will cover four approaches to replacing or increasing and improving your racing stock.  The first approach we will…

Pigeon Feeding – Feeding to Win

Pigeon Feeding – Feeding to Win During the racing season, the main function of food is to provide the fuel for flying. Our common aim is to provide the racing pigeon with the best fuel for race day. To do…

Nutrition, Vitamins and Minerals

Nutrition, vitamins and minerals There’s more to feeding than just grain and grit. Nowadays, pigeon fanciers know that there’s more to feeding than just grain and grit. Certainly, grains are an excellent source of energy, protein, and fibre, but they…

Pigeon Feed Quality

Pigeon Feed Quality First and foremost, the food must be of the best quality. Good quality grain is a clean grain with low moisture content. Grains with high moisture and/or are dirty, dusty and uncleaned are more susceptible to fungus…

Dr. Rob Marshall

Dr. Rob Marshall Dr. Rob Marshall is a bird veterinarian with more than 25 years experience in treating birds. He has kept birds since the age of eight. The age he decided to become a bird veterinarian. Since 1975, Dr.…

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