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I have chickens. They require 14-15 hours of light a day to stimulate egg laying in the cooler months. Is something similar true for pigeons? If so, are there any guidelines?

I've heard mention of a "light system" in some magazines, I think for control of moulting. What is this?

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Lights trigger hormonal signals in pigeons. Lights have been used to stimulate pairing up, egg-laying, and molting.
 
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