I have been around pigeons since I was a kid, and about 6 years ago I decided to focus on Turkish Tumblers. At first I was interested in this breed because of their appearance, but once I got them in the air I was blown away. These birds are not only nice to look at, but perform beautifully in the sky. When properly trained these birds will charge the coop when landing, and begin to climb upward while tumbling. After months of training these birds will make several attempts at landing but will be unsuccessful do to their constant tumbling. All my turkish pigeons come from some of the best bloodlines available, as I’m always trying to improve my loft better.