Giant Runt Pigeon
A Big Handful of Pigeon


We are currently researching the history of the Giant Runt Pigeon in the United States. We would be interested in hearing from anyone who raises Runts, or from anyone who has any knowledge of any of their descendents or family members who may have kept and raised them. From what we can gather, they were first imported into this country sometime in the 1700’s. Any information or leads you can provide would be greatly appreciated, including any reference included in old books or periodicals that you may be aware of.

In addition, we are also researching the origins and history of the King Pigeon in the United States, as well as the Hubbell.

And, last but not least, we are interested in the origins and history of the squab farming industry in the state of New Jersey.

We would also be interested in purchasing items, or collections, including original photos, books, periodicals, and related ephemera, on these areas of interest.

Please reply in the comment field below, or by email to Michael Patrick McCarty at

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