If you’re thinking about getting your own pigeons to use for racing, you might want to consider raising the birds yourself. This is crucial because it means that you can supervise their development from birth.
This will also help you find out any weaknesses in the chicks and correct them as early as possible. It could be hard trying to correct defects once the birds have matured completely.
But as a beginner, how would you know the processes involved in raising pigeons? And what do you need to watch out for when raising pigeons?
This video will give you an illustration of the racing pigeon chicks’ development from birth to the first 25 days of their life. This will help you understand the changes that happen at each stage of their development from chicks to fully matured racing pigeons.
Also, this video will guide you in learning what to expect from your racing pigeon chicks, so that you’ll easily be aware if something is wrong with them.
Hopefully our tips can help you become a better breeder of racing pigeons. Good luck!