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just want to know what seed mix is used i bottom of show cage's

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Budgie breeder seed......premium ...no sunflower or oats.

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so got some picture's of my first show from last month, out of six birds i entered in novice had 4 come 1st and 1 come 3rd

ive added there early pics to show how they have turned out

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spangle hen

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rec hen

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greygreen hen

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greygreen cock

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Well done !! :wub:

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thanks kaz , made all those days of feeding and cleaning etc worth iticon1.gif

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Its encouraging isnt it :)

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Congrats well done :)

Edited by splat

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Hi, just interested why the seed is put on the bottom of the cage when showing?

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On a show day counting travel the birds might be in their show cages for up to or over 12 hours. The birds need to eat in this time and thus the seed in the show cages, as well as the mini drinkers with water in them. Birds being shown should not suffer because they are on show.

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wonderful birds, love the recessive pied hen.

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On a show day counting travel the birds might be in their show cages for up to or over 12 hours. The birds need to eat in this time and thus the seed in the show cages, as well as the mini drinkers with water in them. Birds being shown should not suffer because they are on show.

 

 

Hi, yes of course they need to eat, I just wondered why it was on the ground instead of a bowl, is that for aesthetics?.

Edited by luckaholic

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