Birmingham Show Roller

Average User Rating:
4/5,
  • Breed Purpose:
    Exhibition
    Comb:
    N/A
    Broodiness:
    Often, Very Good Parents
    Climate Tolerance:
    Fairly Good
    Egg Productivity:
    Often
    Egg Size:
    Average for Pigeons
    Egg Color:
    White
    Breed Temperament:
    Calm, Sturdy and Good Pets
    Breed Colors/Varieties:
    Can appear in any Varieties
    Breed Size:
    On the Larger Size as far as Pigeons
    APA/ABA Class:
    Fancy Pigeon; Roller
    Color:
    Any
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Recent User Reviews

  1. Quacking Pigeon
    4/5,
    "Cute fluffy faced pigeons!"
    Pros - -They look cute with there stubby looking legs.
    -Good parents
    -Not too moody
    -Can be Shown
    -They come in a range of colours
    -They are kinda fluffy
    Cons - -Don’t roll/tumble
    -IDK
    I have a pair of Show Birmingham Rollers, the female is called Pebbles, and the male is called Captain. They have had two young already (from different batches), the young look a lot like Pebbles but redder. I like them as they look cute, they can be shown if you have the right rings, and they are pretty good flyers (may I add they fly different to my other pigeons). They haven’t had too many young but this year they may have more. I need to get some more birds so they aren’t all in bred.
  2. EggWalrus
    4/5,
    "Pretty bird!"
  3. CascadiaRiver
    4/5,
    "Very Friendly, a little bit on the bigger size!"
    Pros - Very good parents, much friendlier than my other breeds, very proud stance and calm.
    Cons - Bigger than regular birmingham rollers, a bit big in the hand when trying to hold or carry them, they also eat a bit more food.
    I have these alongside my performance birmingham rollers and while they're very fun they are a big bigger than my other birms and I might just have small hands but this makes it harder to transport them even just from the aviary to the carriers. Very friendly disposition!
    Purchase Price:
    10
    Purchase Date:
    2017

User Comments

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  1. happyfrenchman
    I miss my rollers. Unfortunately, letting them out was like ringing the dinner bell for the local Cooper Hawks.

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