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The range has been around over 20 years and is well known as one of the cleanest pigeon foods on the market.

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Gem Pigeon Cowood Special Mix 20kg

A very popular mix for young birds, this can be fed all year round. (Recommended for Doves and Fancy Pigeons.)
£22.99

Gem Pigeon Breeding Mix 20kg

Well balanced popular mixture for breeding resulting in super young birds.
£21.99

Gem Pigeon Irish Mix 20kg

General all round mix, generally fed between April and September
£24.95

Gem The Matrix 5kg

GEM The Matrix Pigeon Supplement is a complete combination of minerals, vitamins, amino acids, trace elements, grits (hard and soft) including red stone, clay blocks, mineral blocks, pink minerals powder, brewers yeast and finest conditioning oil seed - everything your birds need in one tub.
£16.95

Gem Pigeon Economic High Protein 20kg

Sound economic mixture at the right price with plenty of peas.
£19.99

Gem Pigeon Young Bird No Maize 20kg

Super young bird mixture and very popular with fanciers that feed young birds no maize, generally fed between April and September.
£21.99

Gem Pigeon Premiere Mix 20kg

Best all round balanced mixture for racing, breeding and moulting.
£22.49

Gem Pigeon Condition Trapping Mix 20kg

To help with trapping and bring on condition. Safflour, Red Dari, White Dari, Hemp, Paddy Rice, Buckwheat, Linseed, Groats, White Wheat, Mung Beans Pigeon,mix
£22.49

Gem Pigeon Depurative Mix 20kg

Depurative Mix is a light and easily digestible mix, ideal for a post-race detox to help reduce the toxins built up during a race.
£18.49

Gem Pigeon Super Widowhood Mix 20kg

Superb mix especially prepared for racing cocks.
£24.95

Gem Pigeon Malting Barley Mix 20kg

Barley Grains are an exceptionally rich source of microbes, with a wide range of bacteria, filamentous fungi and yeasts colonising the area between the husk and the pericarp. Many of the bacteria and fungi found on Barley Grains produce biologically significant levels of indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), a vital plant growth hormone that promotes cell division and is involved in the coordination and development of plant organs. During the malting process the grains are made to germinate under strict conditions in order to facilitate the development of internally present hydrolytic enzymes. These enzymes catalyse the degradation of the starchy endosperm and cell walls of the grain in the presence of water, modifying the structure of the barley endosperm. Once germinated the grain is dried under conditions designed to prevent the denaturing of the enzymes.
£16.99