The French Bagdad Pigeons- Bagadais Francais, Französische Bagdette, Bagadese Francese, Французский багдет – is a variety that originated from Francis, since the 1800s, then entered Germany in 1860. Pigeons belonging to this type Wattle pigeons, have the ability to fly Well, but in subsequent development seems more directed to be a dove display. In my opinion, this is a very beautiful looking pigeon.
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Its weight is 700 to 900 grs. No pigeon has such a strong bone structure. Its head is strong and elongated, with a pickaxe-shaped beak (35 to 38 mm) with strong wattles, a long, slender neck, broken at the 4th vertebra. Its legs are long, robust, slightly bent.
Its body is angular, with a broad and short back, a deep chest, carried a little raised, its wings and its tail are short, the shoulders protruding, a very tight plumage. He is a good breeder who raises his young well.