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plumvalley plumvalley is offline
Posted 20th January 2010, 11:29 AM
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Hello jezzicaz,
I'll give you a warm welcome, even though I'm in cold Wisconsin.
Do you keep rollers?
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Hmm, this article convinced me that I don't think I should get rollers. They wouldn't work well with me ( I couldn't seperate them) very well written though
 
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Rollers were always a fun breed in my opinion. Even though mine became lazy bums LOL.
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Crab_Shrapnel Crab_Shrapnel is offline
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So I could raise them with my racing homers?
LovesPijjies LovesPijjies is offline
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Hello

This thread interested me because Chocolate and Vanilla are Birmingham rollers.

I spent some time watchig their parents doing somersaults in the sky when I got them.They are amazing to watch.
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atvracinjason atvracinjason is offline
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Went to my first roller pig gathering and had a TON of fun....great people and awesome birds to watch perform
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This is my Roller, don't know if hes a boy or a girl yet. S/he has the most amazing ice white/yellow colored eyes.

Hanging with the Homer; who is far too aggressive.

Chillin' with the Doves; I know its not ideal to keep doves and pigeons together, but they have been living peacefully.

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dod rennie dod rennie is offline
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birmingham rollers


Hi, I just joined this site, I live in Scotland I am looking for light coloured birds because the ones i have got are street coloured pigeons they are the real thing but i love creams and red and white spangles.
Dod

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rollermad rollermad is offline
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try birdtrader


there is a website called birdtrader or pigeon ads you might be able to find some1 selling the birds you want
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Posted 16th January 2011, 08:58 AM
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help


i need some help i keep birmingham rollers and i am keeping my first six in and only letting the babies without having to spend to mutch money how do i solve this problem my loft is 8 by 6
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GEMcC5150 GEMcC5150 is offline
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I will be going through the same thing with my homers. I will crate the yb and the release them out of the loft. I hope you have a trap for your bird to renter the loft. This should let you only release the birds you want to fly.
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thank u


thank you but some 1 told me tht roller are scared of traps and small .
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Make a drop trap they should still be able to trap with out letting your breeder out
dod rennie dod rennie is offline
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there is a website called birdtrader or pigeon ads you might be able to find some1 selling the birds you want
Thank you I will have a look
 

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