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  1. Homing & Racing Pigeons
    In pigeon sport people often talk about secrets. I learn one.. A ruthless selection. If you want to be successful breed many birds, race many and get rid of many. Rehome(lluc) the bad pigeons, sell the good ones and keep the supers.. ‘good blood never lies’. As for me, that is one of the...
  2. General Discussions
    I just opened a pigeon website and need someone to please please give me some feed back so i know what needs improving. I really hope at least one of yall will help me. I need you to leave suggestions and comments in the guest book tab. Here is my link...
  3. Homing & Racing Pigeons
    I'm new to the sport of Racing Homers, but not new to the breeding of animals. I have a life long history of breeding performance animal, Birddogs, bear hounds, and in my youthfull years, I bred and raised gamecocks. As a profession I'm a birddog trainer, and licensed california hunting guide...
  4. Homing & Racing Pigeons
    I'm new to pigeon racing. I've acquired some linebred and inbred birds off of a Slate family of Pete Lorenzes Horemans as a base foundation family. My plan is to breed them pure this first year and race all of them to find the best of the best within these birds and breed from there. BUT My...
  5. Homing & Racing Pigeons
    i was just wondering if anyone on here has purchased and raced and racing homers from Foy's and if so how did they do.
  6. Homing & Racing Pigeons
    Hi How Old Does The Baby Need To Be When I Ship It To The 2010 Race? And Do I Need To Take It From The Parent And Making It Start Eating On It Own? Thanks
  7. Homing & Racing Pigeons
    I'm starting to look at racers...really look at them. I'm seeing so many differently built birds my head is spinning. I'm seeing concave backs, convex backs, long necks, short necks, wings that curl and the tips rising over the tail, and those that run directly in line with the tail....the list...
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