What do you think of the Pigeon Insider?


I just wanted to ask you a quick question…

What do you think of the Pigeon Insider?

Please post your comments here and let me know what you think of it, do you love it or hate it, do you like the articles and videos, have you found it valuable ect, just let me know what you think. I’m really looking forward to reading your comments.

Thanks so much,

Yours in the sport,



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184 thoughts on “What do you think of the Pigeon Insider?

  1. Thank you Chris for all the great articles that you put in your insider I used to race homers years ago but Unfortunately I live in a HOA that does not allow them but that doesn’t stop us from going underneath the causeway and feeding some of the pigeons the pigeons nowadays that a wild are better looking than the rats I used to see in New York City i’ve seen some of these homers with bands on thanks for sharing the information

  2. Hello Mr Chris you are best when I dont know something I just go to this website and and I find what I need ..
    thanks for helping us

  3. Hey Chris,
    I’m a new flyer just getting back into Club and OLR. I think your information is very valuable but seems to be obsolete. I see excerpts from the late 1990’s to the 2015’s. I currently see the industry is constantly changing. Back in those days antibiotics was at its all time high. But today and since I got back into the sport the trend is moving in building the birds immune system naturally. From within the bird and supported with lots of minerals and a handful vitamins. Using some natural supplements such as promoting gut flora, pro/probiotics, RedCell in drinking water, and products from Kastle Pigeon Products Supply. Natural products like Oregano, Garlic or Moringa powder promotes strong healthy immune system naturally. Vaccines such as PMV, Salmonella, Rota Virus, Pox are used to protect healthy birds from sick birds in the loft. I think old school flyers will continue to treat their birds full on with antibiotics and multi treatment products. Especially during the competitive seasons. The problem is when they send birds to OLR’S and mixed with the other birds. they’re not protected from a simple bacteria infection or stress because those birds won’t be re-treated during the trainings and race periods. Thus, those birds will not perform well.

    This is just something that comes to my mind. Hope this helps.
    Lets keep in touch.
    Thank you,
    George C Lorenzo

  4. Hi.I love all the blogs,information and anything I can pick up r.e.pigeons.
    all information is good information.
    It’s all knowledge and I’d just like to say thankyou

  5. I enjoy the facts and ideas and information relating to the successful raising and care of racing pigeons. It proves to me that you should be able to get what you put into the hobby/activity. ie be serious about it!!

  6. Hello Cris

    Pigeon insider is a great help to me as newbie fancier. I learn a lot about pigeon racing, such as breeding, choosing a pigeon, feedings etc.

    Thank you very much Cris.

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