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Racing Pigeons

by Thayer Keith Miller
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date: 2015-09-30
Genre: Pets
Pages: 240 pages
ISBN 13: 1514405822
ISBN 10: 9781514405826
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Synopsis : Racing Pigeons written by Thayer Keith Miller, published by Xlibris Corporation which was released on 2015-09-30. Download Racing Pigeons Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. was developed in Mesopotamia around 2,000 B.C. as the only reliable way to bring down a flying pigeon. Hawks and falcons are the natural enemy of pigeons. They can be very bold. Large hawks and eagles are not a threat. -- Racing Pigeons: A Manual describes the historical use of homing pigeons for communications and is a manual for the pigeon racing sport. Descended from the wild Blue Rock dove, homing pigeons have been highly valued since ancient times for sending messages in times of peace and war. Todays homing pigeons have been bred to perform better than ever. Pigeon racing has developed into a worldwide hobby and is the national sport of Belgium. In 2013, a champion Belgian pigeon was sold for $400,000. Some pigeon races offer a million dollars in prize money but it can also be a hobby for ordinary folks who raise pedigreed pigeons and fly them for pleasure. This book explains how pigeon racing can be enjoyable and affordable with information on getting started, instructions for establishing a loft, breeding and training programs, and details about pigeon racing on a modest budget. The author has over fifty years of experience with racing pigeons, raising them, importing and exporting them, and winning races in international competition. In our fast paced electronic and impersonal age, homing pigeons can be a relaxing, challenging and rewarding family activity, appealing to people of all backgrounds. The author mentions some celebrities who have been homing pigeon fanciers. Pigeon racing in an under-publicized activity in America. Racing Pigeons: A Manual unveils this unique hobby and sport.

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