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What's The Signs Of A Inbred Budgie?


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Title says all

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I had ********* ones off a breeder, and body deformity really was the obvious they were all babies under 3  weeks, and all died. 

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the title says it all, but your title is pure nonsense. Suppose you are a breeder of pi factors and you only have 1 then it is advisable to hurry up as soon as possible because if you die only pi factor is game over and you will not just get them back. it is pure nonsense what you told in I have been doing inline cultivation in pi factors for 20 years, the biggest nonsense I call this. suppose you have 1 ef dutch pied and 1 recessive and the couple has 2 first white boys pi/r and you really want a df dark eyed clear how do you plan to get a pi-r-pi-r do you think , by brother and sister to cross. and once you have this boy you will increase by the crosses with a larger recessive there is still a lot to learn here if you ask me , by the way increasing from scratch has nothing to do with how voraciously a bird is friend , but the different plumage of the bird itself. crossing in and inline and inbred is necessary if you know what you are doing.

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