I know for normal sized pigeons the daily ration amounts to about an ounce of grain per day with some fluctuations. I am interested in Utility breeds though and their size and rapid squab production surely means they need a larger ration. What I would like to know from other Utility pigeon keepers is an estimate of a King pigeons daily ration. I have typed in numerous variations of this search criteria and there is not much out on the net on the topic. I mostly want this to give myself a good idea of the costs for feeding before I jump in. They are about twice the size of most pigeons, does that double the feed or even triple it? At this point any info would be more than I really have.