Grains, Fuel and Pigeon Racing – Feed Table

Grains, Fuel and Pigeon Racing – Feed Table

This is the Feed Table that goes along with the Grains, Fuel and Pigeon Racing article series.

Brief Summary of Table 1

Examples of grains and concentrates high in protein: Peas, beans, lentils , fish meal, peanuts, ect..

Examples of grains high in fat ( and often, protein, as well): Peanuts, safflower, sunflower seeds, canola seed, ect. Examples of grains high in carbohydrate (meaning sugars, such as glucose); Corn, popcorn, wheat, rice, barley, peeled oats, milo, millet, kafir corn (also known as sorghum), etc.

Grains, Fuel and Pigeon Racing – Feed Table By Gordon Chalmers, DVM

The Leading Online Pigeon Racing and Racing Pigeons Magazine – The Pigeon Insider

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15 thoughts on “Grains, Fuel and Pigeon Racing – Feed Table

  1. Thanks for sharing the feed table info. Now to fit the proper fuel for the individual birds and the flying conditions

  2. danny lee thanks for all your advice for us new comers in the sport this is my second year racing pigeons our club members dont give away the secrets what they use to keep in good form and win races. here in south africa racing season are different we fly in the winter months overseas most countries have somer. the treatment user are not the same.

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