How Would You Classify Your Knowledge of Pigeons?

Hey,

I hope your enjoying the website, as much as I am enjoying making it! 🙂 and I really want to get to know you better, I also really want to get a good feel of your comfort level with pigeons this way we can continue to bring you more informative content that better suits your needs.

So in this weeks discussion of the week I would like to know…

If you had to classify your knowledge of pigeons how would you classify yourself? would you classify yourself as a beginner, intermediate, advanced or expert? and why would you classify yourself as that?

It would also be great if you can add into your comments how long you have been involved with pigeons as well for example 1year, 20years etc.

So go ahead and post your comments by clicking here.

I am really looking forward to hearing from you and getting to know you better!

Yours in the sport,
-Chris

Discussion of the week, How Would You Classify Your Knowledge of Pigeons?

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217 thoughts on “How Would You Classify Your Knowledge of Pigeons?

  1. I have kept pigeons for over 50 years I stoped racing them over 20 years ago as I started convoying the birds to races and simpleY stoped

  2. Hi, I have been racing with pigeons for almost 40 years and not without success. So I could say that I already have extensive experience. The last 15 years only the international flights, say above 900 km.
    Have won many champion titles, ace pigeons and national races. Pigeon sport is a complex subject. As far as I am concerned, the knowledge of the enthusiast is of decisive importance. But the quality of the pigeons (suitable for their assignment), the quality of the loft, feed, training, breeding methods … are also important.
    But again, these are all matters that an experienced enthusiast can control. If the pigeons are not good > then look for better ones. Good pigeons purchased and no decent performance yet, then look for it in your loft… (bad pigeons in a good loft perform better than good pigeons in a bad loft!) Don’t make ventilation too difficult … if necessary, just remove the windows from your loft and replace them through wind-break-mesh and make it deep enough. Try to bring the morning sun into the loft through a good orientation, because a good loft is dry. Here in Belgium and all over Western Europe, all top lofts are South-East facing the front.
    Breed good pigeons that have performed well for years. Winners give winners! So pair good X good.

    Best wishes remain at the end of the year:
    Despite all the current misery in the world, we wish everyone a Merry Christmas & a pleasant celebration of Old & New.

    We trust that 2023 will be a good (pigeon) year.

    Let’s start well ourselves by raising a glass and toasting all this together. It may go according to everyone’s liking!
    Vergaerde-Denolf

  3. Been racing pigeons on and off for the past 30 years. I would only consider myself intermediate in knowledge. Seems like the longer I race the less I know . I’ve seen so many fluff articles and bogus theories, please give me something factual. At least give me some good solid genetic facts.

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