A Loft fit for Pigeon Racing’s Kings

After researching the one loft racing industry to learn from both successes and failures, we believe that overcrowding is one of the major contributing factors in losses during the homing and initial training period.

With this in mind, we have designed the loft to be spacious and well-ventilated to prevent any problems usually associated with overcrowding.

The loft structure is approximately 130m long and 11 meters wide with more than 6000 individual perches, i.e. at least 2 perches for every pigeon – the biggest pigeon loft structure outside the Far East.  The ratio of pigeons to cubic meters of space is 1:1 if we take the aviary space into account.

A sunny aviary on the northern side, 40 under-roof compartments with more than 150 perches each and an easily accessible passage adjacent to a giant landing pad will be the home to your select team of champions. 

Materials used for the loft’s construction include self-insulating wall panels to ensure a consistent climate indoors. Sturdy fibreglass grid floor panels mounted on a steel chassis lifted 1.2m above ground level will make for a hygienic floor throughout the whole loft.