Hen Pigeons

Triganino Modena pigeons ( Triganino Modenese )

Triganino Modena - Triganino Modenese
Triganino Modena - Triganino Modenese

The Modena Triganino Pigeon – also known by the name: Triganino de Modène, Triganino Modeneser, Triganino Modenese, Триганино нарядная модена – is a varietal originating from Italy, especially developed in the city of Modena (Emilia), which is believed to have started since the 15th century Or earlier, and informed that until the early 20th century was still used as messenger messenger. It is also informed that the variety belonging to this type of utility hen pigeons is the result of cross-breeding between local races, pigeons from the East, and with the race of “huhntauben”. Triganino actually comes from the Greek word, trigon, or “triangle”, because of its body shape. In the past centuries, known as triganieri, pigeon hunters were used to expel foreign pigeons on the roofs of buildings or cages. Able to fly very rapidly and bersalto in the air.

modeneser - Triganino Modena
Triganino Modena gazzi
Triganino de Modène schietti - hen pigeons
Triganino de Modène
Triganino Modeneser - magnani
Triganino Modeneser

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