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  1. Pigeon and Dove Genetics
    Here's young nest mates that are 1/8 black Temeschburger (Timasora Tumbler) and 7/8 roller (almond/kite). Interesting how the Tem look resurfaced so strongly in this generation. The original crossing was not planned, I kept the next few generations just to play with them.
  2. Pigeon and Dove Genetics
    What breed is this little cutie? is she a possible homer - related breed ? Thanks Sorry for the Dizzy pictures ^^ -------- Abdulbaki ---------
  3. General Discussions
    Can Band Tailed Pigeon cross with Feral Rock Pigeons? Any information on Pigeon/Dove hybridization of all breeds is helpful.
  4. Pigeon and Dove Genetics
    For example, if somebody crosses one Jienense Pouter to a German beauty to obtain some of the character of the GB, I understand that after the F3 you can consider the results as a pure bred, is true or false??? The goal is to have beautiful eyes as the GB. What do you do first? What do you...
  5. Pigeon and Dove Genetics
    I thought will get something like mix with semi long neck feather, however the baby one look like mum, one look like dad, one is long hair, one is short hair
  6. General Discussions
    Hey everyone this chick is a bluish blackish color, but all of his feathers are tipped a reddish color. What color would he be considered? Pics: Him with his nest mate. He's the one on the left.
  7. General Discussions
    tell the 2 breed, the color of the cock and the hen.:D
  8. Performing Breeds
    Do you know anything about donek wuta crossbreed? (flying style, diving style, general performance, etc)
  9. General Discussions
    So somehow one of my homers strayed from her mate and bred with one of my lahores. Yet the 2 lahores that were paired raised the baby even though it was a homer hen that layed the egg in their nesting area. The baby is actually quite beautiful. It looks just like a homer only with a little more...
  10. Homing & Racing Pigeons
    How do you cross-breed racing pigeons? For example, I have two pairs (Pair A & Pair B), both pairs raised the first clutch of young birds, they could have the 2nd clutch of eggs laid when their 1st batch is getting older.. If you plan to cross the cock of pair A to Hen of pair B and cross the...
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