BIRMINGHAM ROLLER PIGEONS FOR SALE,
than just being a little more beautiful . ( OK a lot more )I have always mated a light colored bird with a darker colored bird, usually a
self (no white) and whenever possible a pearl eye with a orange eye,(two pearl eyed birds will only make pearl eyed birds. (of course in an
individual breeding loft)You can see my birds eyes color and contrast are excellent. I do mate two badges together if they have very little
white on their heads.( This makes all the nice bald heads you see that I have bred) you can use a white flight bird like a self,as long as
theirs no white on their Heads All the classical grizzles you see were made by mating a light colored grizzle with a self. If I sell all the
beauties only, you are doing me a favor, because I get to see the selfs smokin up in the kits,And you are doing yourself an injustice, Because
mating light colored birds together is going to give you fluffy feathered rollers, This doesn't happen over night, but after a few
generations it will start to show. And the birds  are going to roll sloppy. You can mate orange eyed birds together once, I would only do
this once,and then go back to the( pearl=orange) combination. It took a lot of years for me to make these rollers as good as they are, I'm
pretty sure it could take someone else two years to mess them up, Of course when you buy them , Their Yours, You will get where you want
to be by listening to the guy who made them, Think about this, why do you think you see as many dark colored selfs as light colored rollers
. You need a balance. If I just wanted to sell rollers, Without performance in mind. Don't you think I would just make all of them beautiful.
The best thing is with all different colored birds in the kit, you know who everybody is. A very big advantage, Keep em spinning, RK
If you do not see " a price " then those rollers are not for sale at this time
(breeding)                                           
USA shipping   prices
1 bird = $50
2 birds = $60
3 birds = $70
4 birds = $80
5 birds = $90
6 birds = $100
7 birds = $110
8 birds= $120
9 birds= $125
10 birds = $130
INCLUDES BOX
To the left are the
express mail shipping
prices, these prices
include the post office
approved box they will
be added to the roller
order, THESE ARE
ONLY SHIPPING PRICES
AND DO NOT INCLUDE
THE COST OF THE BIRDS
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17 year old cock NBRC 66 1994
ABBREVIATIONS
BH=(BALD HEAD) WF=(WHITE FLIGHTS) CK=(CHECK PATTERN)
MW=(MIXED FLIGHTS) GRIZ=(GRIZZLE)
YE=(YELLOW EYE) OR=(ORANGE EYE) BULL= (DARK EYE)
ODD EYE=(TWO DIFFERENT COLORED EYES)
TORT=(TORTASHELL)=3 COLORS RED,WHITE, AND BLUE ON ONE FEATHER
SELF=(A SOLID COLORED PIGEON)
LAV=(LAVENDER)  OT=(ODD TAIL) SOME WHITE FEATHERS
DK=(DARK) LT=(LIGHT) MED=(MEDIUM)
?=(YOUNG BIRD SEX CURRENTLY UNKNOWN)
YOU CAN PAY FOR YOUR NEW ROLLERS BY UNITED STATES  POSTAL MONEY ORDER,
SEND ME A EMAIL FOR DETAILS,   IF THE PAYMENT IS  NOT RECEIVED IN 2 DAYS THE
NEXT PERSON IN LINE WILL GET THE SAME OPPORTUNITY  . YOUR NEW ROLLERS
WILL BE SHIPPED WITHIN 2 DAYS OF PAYMENT. ( KITS WILL BE SHIPPED WITHIN THE
MONTH ORDERED) THANKS FOR VISITING, COME BACK SOON,
A roller can blurr out and drop 30 or 40 ft, If they are spinning as fast as they can spin and they go more than 40 ft , They
won't be doing it for very long. Three or four of these spins 40 plus ft at their highest velocity and they are done. Let's
compare the highest velocity roller to a nascar driver. The best drivers know how fast they can go around any given track.
The only reason the drivers crash is they want to win, so they push their car to the absolute limit, which their is one. Let's
say their limit is 180 mph around a certain turn, Theirs 2 laps to go and he has one car in front of him, he's trying to pass
and he enters the turn at more than 180 mph, the tires break traction and he hits the wall. He could have stayed at 180 and
come in second, but he wanted to win, I think most of you know that feeling. So how do we expect a living ,breathing , bird
to do something that even a machine couldn't do ? OK, A roller can spin at an incredible rate of speed, It just cant do it for
very many times, and it can not do it for 20 minutes. I know some of you die hard's will say it can, I've raised rollers now for
48 years and I know better. A roller has blood in its veins, it has a limit. When a roller comes down with blood in its eyes, or
dizzy and staggers on the roof. This is not a defect in the bird ( I'm talking about the highest velocity ) Now if the roll is at
half the highest speed then this is a defect in the bird. Now you should see why you don't mate your fastest birds together,   
( Now if your fastest birds are 1/2 the speed of the fastest a bird can roll and still be stable in the air for 20 minutes, then
yes you can mate those two together ) So here is a common since guide If your roller is spinning fast and cannot stay in the
air for 20 minutes it is to fast for a living breathing animal, or if the bird is not spinning as fast as you think it can, and still
cant stay up for 20 minutes, the roller may have a physical defect. You are the breeder and the flyer, so YOU have to make
these decisions  to improve your rollers, or to keep your rollers stable. This is for some of the newer flyers who might want
to learn something, Good luck with your mating's, RK Pair
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