*Video* The Nest Box Tells The Story

The Nest Box Tells The Story

All of us a pigeon fanciers know that we have to wear many hatswith our pigeons, we have to serve as parents, teachers, coaches, personal trainers, doctors and investigators just to name a few. Our pigeons can’t talk to us so we as the fanciers have to take in all of the hints and clues that our birds give us and learn their language to make the very best decisions we can. Dr. John Lamberton shows us just that in this video called “The nest box tells the story”, Dr. Lamberton shows us that by looking at our birds droppings and placement of the droppings we can tell how happy our birds are and how they are resting. By looking at clues like the formation, look and placement of the droppings, the quantity of feed and grain they eat and the overall appearance and pattern of these things in the nestbox we can make a good assumption of the health, form and dimeneor that our birds our in. Watch the video below to see it in action and start practicing it in your own loft it really gives you a good insight of what your birds may be feeling and thinking.


*Video* The Nest Box Tells The Story by Dr. John Lamberton

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8 thoughts on “*Video* The Nest Box Tells The Story

  1. Hi DrJohn..May I ask why the grizzle hen was leaving the peas,and eating small seeds..Could it be some stomach upset.? Please explain.

  2. hi dr john
    can you simplyfy inbreeding linebreeding and outcrossing or recommend a book you can easerly under stand.thank you.
    yours in sport

  3. i’M 77 YEARS YOUNG AND RETIRED TO FLORIDA , i USE TO FLY BIRDS IN PA. I enjoy everything about racing, breeding, the heath of birds, the training, etc. I’m going to look up who has birds down here in the Leesberg Fl area. to maybe visit their loft and look at their birds. Too old to start over but I do miss them.. Bob Mich

  4. Interesting video but nothing new as the droppings were perfect. Would prefer to see different types of droppings (damp, yellow/brown, green …..) and what action to take for each.

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