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Cage and Aviary Birds

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I try and breed a few siskins, greenies, goldies , redpolls every year and always have about eight pair of irish fancy's on the go as well.

I bred white Irish fancy's last year and have three hens paired up to cock siskins this year to try and breed blue mules which I think are a lovely mule but not much use on the show bench.

Greenie mules have become very popular on the bench so giving these a try as well but really should be using a norwich canary because the irish fancy is too small, this is my first year to concentrate on mules so fingers crossed.

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Would keep an eye out for a few red factors (hens or cocks) for me for next year? not too many down here, alot of the older lads are either gone or out of keepin em..

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the bbia forum aint bad,i breed british and you get some good advice

forgot to add bbia=british birds in aviculture :thumbs:

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I have one pair of reds, bought them up north last September if I breed a few you are welcome to them.

Native birds their mules and hybrids is a good site as well http://www.nativebirds.co.uk/

Thats sound pal :good:

Yea just just checkin it out here now.. looks good so far..

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I'd like to see a caged bird section too. :yes: I don't keep them myself, (no room) but I've grown up around them via my uncle & granddad.

 

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Top class can/bully. :victory:

I will have a word with Ian and see what we can do lads. :victory:

I will post a few pics myself from time to time too. :victory:

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Added to the forum now... under living off the land..

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