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Feathers, Fame, and Flocks: Inside Iowa’s Poultry Show

By Tom Seest

What Is The Buzz About The Iowa Pigeons On The Prairie Poultry Show?

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In this article, we will talk about what the Iowa Pigeons on the Prairie show is and where you can find it. You’ll also learn about how to get pigeons weaned and what this show means for prairie chickens in Iowa.

What Is The Buzz About The Iowa Pigeons On The Prairie Poultry Show?

What Is The Buzz About The Iowa Pigeons On The Prairie Poultry Show?

Where Can You Find the Iowa Pigeons on the Prairie Poultry Show?

If you’re looking to show off your pigeons, you’re in luck! The following locations are where you can find this event. Check-in times are TBD. Pigeon Supplies Plus will be at each of the shows.
If you’re planning to show your pigeons, you’ll have to get yourself to Des Moines, Iowa, for this event. It’s a huge show with thousands of entries. The show is well-organized and well-attended by visitors. Foy’s Pigeon Supplies will be there selling the necessities for fanciers. Be prepared to see plenty of wild-looking tumblers and show homers.

Where Can You Find the Iowa Pigeons on the Prairie Poultry Show?

Where Can You Find the Iowa Pigeons on the Prairie Poultry Show?

Are You Ready to Take Your Pigeon Breeding Skills to the Next Level?

You’ll need to get your pigeons weaned by around a month of age. You can wean them by placing them in a corner box with other pigeons. They will learn to peck at the seed mix as they get hungry.

Are You Ready to Take Your Pigeon Breeding Skills to the Next Level?

Are You Ready to Take Your Pigeon Breeding Skills to the Next Level?

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