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How do you pair your breeders? – Part One

How do you pair your breeders? – Part One Fanciers start looking back at their old and young bird racing seasons in November and start to look at bringing in new birds to their lofts. If they didn’t do well…

The Miracles of Chlorine…NOT!

**Before reading this article I would like to tell you that I DO NOT AGREE! with putting chlorine, bleach or any other chemical like that into your birds drinking water. These chemicals are toxic to the birds, in the article…

*Video* Pigeons Used to Smuggle Drugs

Pigeons Used to Smuggle Drugs Here is a pretty interesting news story, even though the pigeons were being used in a bad way it still shows how magnificent these birds are. ANCHOR: Brazilian prison authorities have discovered a new smuggling…

The Pigeon’s Medicine Cabinet

The Pigeon’s Medicine Cabinet ERYTHROMYCIN.(Gallimycin)- An antibiotic generally effective against respiratory infections,especially Mycoplasmosis. May also be useful against certain Staph infections. DOSAGE: 3-6 tsp per gallon for 4-7 days; PREVENTATIVE DOSE: ¾ tsp per gallon OXYTETRACYCLINE (Terramycin)- A broad spectrum…

The Pigeon Racing Medicine Cabinet

The Pigeon Racing Medicine Cabinet Medicines which the fancier may be wise to stock, and the reasons to use them: Baytril–a good choice for serious infections, mainly intestinal or systemic. This drug comes in tablet form and individual pigeons can…

Young Birds Dying In The Nest Early

Young Birds Dying In The Nest Early There are many reasons for young to die in the nest. The obvious ones of being trampled, chilled, etc. occur only occasionally. Trichomonas can overwhelm a squab but this is not epidemic in…

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