ago42 days ago
I breed Pure White Fantail Doves and there now ready for rehoming, I have both nest pairs and nest singles. The birds are 3 months old, free flying and independent.
It is perfectly safe rehoming young Fantail Doves during the winter months. The young fantail doves can tolerate the cold months without any problems.
My breeding pairs are quality birds, they have large permanently erect arched fantails and are producing quality young with the same large permanently erect arched fantails.
They are beautiful birds and are available at £30 each.
The photos show the quality of both my breeding pairs and the young birds fantails, I have achieved the birds superb fantails by selective breeding.
Young Fantail Dove are difficult to sex, I do, however, try to provide an equal number of Cock and Hen birds.
If you're new to Fantail Dove keeping they are flock birds, and are more settled in numbers. So I recommend starting off with at least 6 birds, to start your own small flock.
I also recommended purchasing the book, Practical Dove Keeping Complete Guide by Roadrunner, available from Amazon £5.99.
As a responsible bird keeper, I medicate all my fantails every 6 weeks with Harkers 4 in 1. This medication treats the birds at regulare intervals against Coxxy, Canker, Worms, and Mites.
Therefore .your ensured your buying strong healthy young birds, that are in prime condition.
You are welcome to visit my home to view my birds, I live in Conwy 10 minutes drive from Conwy Castle.
If you need to have the doves delivered this is not a problem, transporting the birds causes them no harm.
My birds are sought after, and I transport my birds all over the UK at a reasonable extra cost.
Please phone or message me if you have any questions, regarding my Fantail Doves, the transport charge, or any other questions you may have, I'm only to happy to help.
Fantail Doves are not suitable for function release.