Youngbird splayed legs

Youngbird splayed legs

Youngbird splayed legs What Is Spraddle Leg ? Spraddle-leg or splay-leg is a leg problem that begins when birds are quite immature. It occurs when abnormal lateral forces on the legs and feet causes the long bones (femurs) and sockets of the upper leg (acetabula) to...
The Bull System Made Easy

The Bull System Made Easy

The Bull System Made Easy There has been much talk lately about the advantages of using a stud sire with lots of different hens. It would be truthful to say that many lofts house great pre-potent cocks capable of siring class quality offspring that win out of turn. It...
Eyesign – An Alternative View

Eyesign – An Alternative View

Eyesign – An Alternative View A look into Eyesign – An Alternative ViewBy: Alan WheeldonEmail: alan.wheeldon@btinternet.comEyesign is rubbish. I will repeat that in case there is any doubt how I stand on the subject. Eyesign is utter rubbish.For anyone to...
Pigeon Fostering

Pigeon Fostering

Pigeon Fostering Trick 1:If you have a pair where the hen has stopped laying eggs due to any kind of reason, know that you can use this pair as foster parents. A pair which has been trying to get some babies of their own, and never managed to, would be extremely happy...
How To Hold A Racing Pigeon

How To Hold A Racing Pigeon

How To Hold A Racing Pigeon 1.When you are picking up a pigeon, you will be using your dominant hand to do so. You will need to hold your hand flat, keep your palm up, and have a slight gap between your index and middle fingers. This will allow you to safely and...
Feeding Guide

Feeding Guide

Feeding Guide please remmber this is to help you understand about feeding.By Dr Colin Walker BSc, BVSc, MRCVS, MACVSc (Avian health)It is surprising how much mystery still surrounds the feeding of racing pigeons. Most grain blends that fanciers use have resulted from...