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About fordmob

  • Rank
    Good Stud Cock
  • Birthday 01/05/1972

Previous Fields

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  • Country
    Australia
  • City/Town
    Geelong

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Breeder
    Yes
  • Show Breeder
    Yes
  • My Club
    Geelong Budgerigar Club
  • Budgies Kept
    120
  1. fordmob

    Pet Shop Selling 'mops'

    Hi Paulie Probably nothing to worry about until you start to breed a few then you may need to examine your pairings and try to figure out if you are pairing related birds with the mob gene. Many breeders go years without breeding any.
  2. fordmob

    Breeders Luck

    I myself am a Christian, but i won't be doing bible study with my birds, taking them to church with them or teaching them hymns. They won't be doing communion, having wedding cermonies or getting baptised. The same way I wouldn't expect Jewish budgies to wear a Yamaka or get circumcised. Ludicrous idea is a ludicrous idea .
  3. fordmob

    Breeders Luck

    Is that serious or extracting the waste water?
  4. fordmob

    Gender Please

    I understand why you used the word "gender" instead of "sex" in the title.
  5. fordmob

    The Price Of Budgies

    I agree with twisted, those birds would not be expensive maybe $20-30 for the grey and a bit more for the Lutino. I also agree with the first part of the first sentence of Finnie's post.
  6. Thanks Kaz, found the last bit on FSC10 very interesting. Have been using it as a disinfecant and found it to be pretty good and cheaper than some of the other virucidal stuff.
  7. I have been using one cock over several hens for years using various methods. I have found that regular mating is the only reliable way to get fertility.
  8. Looks like ahealthy boy to me.
  9. fordmob

    Hen Or Cock?

    yep cock bird for mine too
  10. fordmob

    Company To Build + Install Aviary

    Where in Melb are you mate?
  11. fordmob

    Broken Blood Feather On Chick In Nest?

    From those photos it definitely isnt feather plucking but may turn out to be a feather issue/disease I reckon.
  12. fordmob

    Hi! New From Melbourne

    Onya James, welcome..
  13. fordmob

    Broken Blood Feather On Chick In Nest?

    My gut feel is that there would be more evidence of damage if it were the parents. Chewing the ends of the wing tips wouldn't cause bleeding and if they were chewing the quills they would be obviously damaged. Very hard to say what caused it without seeing. It could be that the blood came from somewhere else and leached into the wing. If I found this in my nest I would keep and eye on it but wouldnt be to concerned if the chick looked fit.
  14. fordmob

    Fordmob 001, 002 And 003/12

    Yeah me too! First rounders are goign through thier moult and there are some nnice birds among them, I did better with the second round when some of the blues I gotr fired up. I have to figure out which lines to work with next season. I was going to do my hard cull after 2 seasons and breed 2 lines but I think I might do that this year now. I have pretty much made up my mind on what lines I want to strengthen and then combine.
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