Help with breeds

Discussion in 'Pigeons and Doves' started by husso, Apr 30, 2016.

  1. husso

    husso Chillin' With My Peeps

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  2. husso

    husso Chillin' With My Peeps

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  4. husso

    husso Chillin' With My Peeps

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  5. Hokum Coco

    Hokum Coco Overrun With Chickens

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    The only comment I could make on your birds would be they are solid whites a splash and a black tailed birds that only specifies colour.

    As far as breed they could fall in several different ones and homers come to mind first. Then when it comes to pigeons homers are all I want and think of.
     
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  6. husso

    husso Chillin' With My Peeps

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    A freind gave me 5 one is a roller and 3 chicks 10 days old chicks died
     
  7. Hokum Coco

    Hokum Coco Overrun With Chickens

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    When you say chicks are you referring to young pigeon squabs (if so that does not surprise me).
    The only way the squabs may have survived is if you had hand fed them.
    The bond between adults and squabs is fragile and sometimes the least disturbance can cause the parents to abandon that clutch of eggs or young.
     
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  8. laughingdog

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    Colored one looks like nice roller.
     
  9. jak2002003

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    The look like homer / roller cross... but could be pure breed.

    You will know when you let them fly free...

    If they start rolling they are rollers! If not they are likely homers.
     

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