The Strasser pigeon is a beautiful breed of fancy pigeon from Austria. It was developed over many years of selective breeding.
Like many other breeds of domesticated pigeon, this breed and all other breeds are descendants from the rock pigeon.
The breed is also used for utility purposes apart from exhibition at pigeon show. Read more information about the breed below.
Strasser Pigeon Appearance
The Strasser pigeon is a medium to large sized breed with colored head, neck and wings. Their tail also has colored feathers on the back.
Their body is usually of white color, and coloration of the color parts of their body include black lace, blue, blue barred, lark, black or white barred, red, yellow or blue checkered.
They have many similarities with the Modena and King pigeon. But they are shorter height than both Modena and King pigeon. Their appearance is just like a small hen, and they are very cute and innocent.
Eyes of the Strasser pigeon are usually of black color with a red colored ring covering it. Photo and info from Encyclopedia of Pigeon Breeds and Wikipedia.
This birds are raised mainly as a utility breed. It is used for the purposes of producing squabs as food. But the breed is also very good for exhibition purpose at pigeon shows.
The Strasser pigeon is a very beautiful bird with cute and innocent appearance. It is a very popular breed of utility pigeon.
The breed is mainly used for utility purposes, for producing squabs as food. But along with utility purposes, the breed is also very good for exhibition at pigeon shows.
The breed is also very good for raising as pets. Review full breed profile of the Strasser pigeon in the following chart.
|Breed Purpose||Mainly utility, also exhibition|
|Special Notes||Beautiful, cute and innocent, good for producing squabs, good for exhibition at pigeon show|
|Breed Class||Medium to large|
|Climate Tolerance||All climates|
|Color||Many, but with white body|
|Country/Place of Origin||Austria|