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Hi all,

 

as some of you may know last time i bred my budgies it went all wrong :P . But this time my breeder are all up to it the ones im breeding are laying (nancey has layed 6 eggs,nelly has layed 3 and still laying and tweetie has layed 3 aswell and is still laying ) this time i hope to hav losts of success but its not over yet the hens still hav to sit on the egs the eggs than have to hatch and then grow up and be happy nd healthy but all is going smooth so far.:):D:D

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Hi all,

 

as some of you may know last time i bred my budgies it went all wrong :P . But this time my breeder are all up to it the ones im breeding are laying (nancey has layed 6 eggs,nelly has layed 3 and still laying and tweetie has layed 3 aswell and is still laying ) this time i hope to hav losts of succsess but its not over yet the hens still hav to sit on the egs the eggs than have to hatch and then grow up and be happy nd healthy but all is going smooth so far.:):D:D

 

 

 

Too soon to be talking success in a colony breeding situation Clancy.

 

Heard the saying ?

 

Dont count your chickens until they have hatched ?

 

Talk success at the very end when you have happy healthy babies fledged with no broken eggs, budgie fights and dead chicks from invaded nests.

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Hi all,

 

as some of you may know last time i bred my budgies it went all wrong :lol: . But this time my breeder are all up to it the ones im breeding are laying (nancey has layed 6 eggs,nelly has layed 3 and still laying and tweetie has layed 3 aswell and is still laying ) this time i hope to hav losts of succsess but its not over yet the hens still hav to sit on the egs the eggs than have to hatch and then grow up and be happy nd healthy but all is going smooth so far. :D:):D

 

 

 

Too soon to be talking success in a colony breeding situation Clancy.

 

Heard the saying ?

 

Dont count your chickens until they have hatched ?

 

Talk success at the very end when you have happy healthy babies fledged with no broken eggs, budgie fights and dead chicks from invaded nests.

yeah i know what your saying don't talk yourself up to an epic fail.but theres to sides to what you said theres the dont count all your eggs before there chickens but theres also the having ago about me colony breeding.I will reapt its MY CHOICE TO DO COLONY BREEDING and i am sick of repeating that i have my rights to decide and you are judging me and i will not judge you but you continue to judge me!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

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Hi all,

 

as some of you may know last time i bred my budgies it went all wrong :lol: . But this time my breeder are all up to it the ones im breeding are laying (nancey has layed 6 eggs,nelly has layed 3 and still laying and tweetie has layed 3 aswell and is still laying ) this time i hope to hav losts of succsess but its not over yet the hens still hav to sit on the egs the eggs than have to hatch and then grow up and be happy nd healthy but all is going smooth so far. :D:):D

 

 

 

Too soon to be talking success in a colony breeding situation Clancy.

 

Heard the saying ?

 

Dont count your chickens until they have hatched ?

 

Talk success at the very end when you have happy healthy babies fledged with no broken eggs, budgie fights and dead chicks from invaded nests.

yeah i know what your saying don't talk yourself up to an epic fail.but theres to sides to what you said theres the dont count all your eggs before there chickens but theres also the having ago about me colony breeding.I will reapt its MY CHOICE TO DO COLONY BREEDING and i am sick of repeating that i have my rights to decide and you are judging me and i will not judge you but you continue to judge me!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

 

 

no one is judging you mate

it is your choise

and if you dont like our opinions then dont share simple

wish you luck this time round

but be for warned if it all goes pair you will be eatting your words

hopefully it will be fine

collny breeding isnt always a nightmaire just how you do it and how much time you have to watch

 

but kaz was not having a go where i see

but i tell you one thing

your the one sharing so take the good coments with the bad dont bite or just dont share

to much finger pointing around here

just breed your birds and be hap[py

we all do it diffrent

but remember who has to help with out question when things go wrong m thats right one the mods or other knolagable members like

 

KAZ

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I do not judge you like that and I doubt any others are as well. Some on here have made mistakes with colony breeding and just don't want you to learn the hard way. It is your decision and if you make mistakes I'm sure you will acknowledge that we tried to help.

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isnt colony breeding just what birds do in the wild????

 

it would be the same thing in thw ild if two related birds mated right?

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In the wild you have unlimited space and breeding areas. In captivity it's a bunch of birds in the aviary with few nesting choices. The hens want the best nests so they fight.

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oh okay thanks ratzy, i see.

 

well good luck with it all clancy :lol:

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Thats the mistake people make. Colony breeding is NOTHING like the wild. We shut them in, cramp them up, offer them 1-2 nesting sites each, and then leave them to fight over it. In the wild, they go where they want, when they want, with who they want. Yeah they may still fight, but thats the cock/hens fault for being stupid enough not to find their own spot :fingerscrossed:

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I'm not judging you Clancy.....you will do what you think is right....Kaz was not judging you either, just voicing her opionon like you are, I too colony bred, it did not work out for me, I lost my hen and all the chicks...if you can do it then great but I think 99.9% of people have heartache....Kaz has helped me so much in the last 12 months, so I trust her advice 120%...Good luck mate.... :D

Thats the mistake people make. Colony breeding is NOTHING like the wild. We shut them in, cramp them up, offer them 1-2 nesting sites each, and then leave them to fight over it. In the wild, they go where they want, when they want, with who they want. Yeah they may still fight, but thats the cock/hens fault for being stupid enough not to find their own spot :fingerscrossed:
Spot on Dean..... -_-

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Clancy, we are all hoping you are the exception to the rule. We all wish you the very best of success, don't think anything other than that.

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I wish you success too clancy. Its just that your topic title

 

clancys success with breeding

 

indicates you have the success part already going for you. All i say is........Its too soon to be calling it successful no matter how you breed them.

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Any updates?

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yeh all still going well nancy has deicied that her clutch is infertile so she pushed her eggs out and is choosing a new nesting box nelly is still sitting on hers and so is tweetie there has been no fights.

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yeh all still going well nancy has deicied that her clutch is infertile so she pushed her eggs out and is choosing a new nesting box nelly is still sitting on hers and so is tweetie there has been no fights.
Any updates?

 

It is rare that a hen pushes her eggs out .........you may find another female has done this.

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