Can anyone answer my questions?
What are the best grains to feed to Donek Pigeons?
Can a satinette pigeon be used as a dropper?
Do brunner pouter or rollers pigeons require any special care?
Just giving heads up that there's a Polish feed at the https://www.google.com/maps/place/73-15+Grand+Ave,+Flushing,+NYemail@example.com,-73.8917397,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89c25ef7d0681a13:0xb5dc4e119cb908fc!8m2!3d40.729983!4d-73.889551 store.
Feed is top quality.
I wanted to know where you fanciers purchase food on the tristate area?
I keep fancy shortface (actual shortface) polish pigeons and am looking for a good variety grain and seed supplier. Baden has been bringing some crappy product lately, lots of dust and crap at the bottom of a barrel...
Does anyone know if I can add the Job's tears grain to my pigeons mix?
I have a few bags that I am not going to use, and rather than throw them away I wondered if the pigeons can eat them, or if they are somehow dangerous.
The pigeon feed is way to expensive, so I started making my own and It's still expensive plus I don't really like it. So I was thinking of just switching wholly to layer pellets. But i was wondering if there is one grain that is good as a stool hardener? As feeding the layer pellets I'm bound to...
where and how much do you pay for your pigeon food?
only place i could find was mounds and it was 32 dollars for a 50lbs bag....
i feel like i am getting ripped off? oh yeah the brand is kaytee...and then there was another kaytee bag for 26 dollars?
i live in madison wisconsin?
I've read through the sticky on racing graines/fuels and still have some questions.
For those who have fed specifically Purina Green/Gold pellets through some racing seasons, I'd like to know:
What was your overall experience? Positive/negative and why?
Would you do it again? Did you find...
I read with great interest a previous post in this forum, about using caution when switching birds to pellets -- making sure the birds are actually eating them and not going hungry.
Well, since we've had Chauncey, we've noticed the flinging behavior -- chucking stuff out of his dish. We...