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I'm gunna have a go at breeding goldie mules this year, I have two goldie cocks in breeding cages currently bonding with canary hens in my garage but am in the process of putting up a shed and building flights inside. My question to people that have bred mules before is can I put both pairs in seperate flights in the same shed and attempt to mule or will one cock be put off by the fact there is another cock in the same shed giving his calls etc? 

Thanks in advance


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I myself wouldn't worry about birds hearing others birds as such as it happens in the wild all the time and every day,what i would try to do is screen from sight the different pairs and even some scaff netting will make a screen of sorts but if that was impossible to do then i'd just let them be in there seperate flights and see what happens..

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