I used to have pigeons but, decided that I would rather focus on chickens so I have since them sold all of my pigeons and much of their supplies; their loft has been taken over by chickens and although I miss watching my rollers fly, I feel I have made the right choice. I would like to go into the commercial poultry industry where I would not be able to have birds. As I had Birmingham Rollers, I would have wanted to fly them for longer and see how they continually performed, preferably into their second year, and would have wanted to work on a better performing line then on "dual-purpose" rollers. In addition my favorite two birds have disappeared, one of which was a nice Almond cock bird. Granted, I still have my pigeon breeding boxes which will likely be used for bantams and holding roosters and whatever else I pick up in place of my pigeons to show at the county fair. And my books, which I am not parting with. I just thought I should share some pictures of them versus just letting the images sit on my computer. I did have a few which would eat out of my hands and some that would just land on me at the end.