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Cage or aviary Breeding #40464 01/30/06 03:25 PM
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who prefers cage to aviary breeding


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Re: Cage or aviary Breeding #40465 01/30/06 05:13 PM
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well whitch one do you think is better I have a cage and an aivory whitch is better


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Re: Cage or aviary Breeding #40466 01/30/06 05:14 PM
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well whitch one do you think is better I have a cage and an aivory whitch is better


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well i have both too
but i cage breed and i breed in
aviarys as well so either way is good but you get better parenting if you breed in cages


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Re: Cage or aviary Breeding #40468 01/30/06 05:32 PM
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oh sorry about the double post.


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Re: Cage or aviary Breeding #40469 01/31/06 12:25 AM
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My question to you would be how many at a time are you semitting in one area for breeding and how many boxes are you provideing? You can have a whole flock but that doesn't lesson the compitetion in the levels of how many will breed and how many are sucessful and how many boxes your provideing. I personally think cages individual attention is more to the point and breeding is very sucsessful, they seem to care for their babies better. What do you think?

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i figure that with cage breeding you have more time to give every bird more attention, in an aviary, its more of a business than pets...

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i figure that with cage breeding you have more time to give every bird more attention, in an aviary, its more of a business than pets...
This i agree with ive got 12 pairs off breeding birds in cages and these birds are my show birds
and at shows it`s all business which i admitt i hate but i like to show my birds but alot off ppl get upset if they dnt win ive seen this and its not nice


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