Re: Breeding Problems
Posted by Chi on 1/28/08
On 1/19/08, Richard wrote:
> We have 5 pairs, 2 of the pairs are imports and 3 are
> domestic. They are housed in a climate controled building
> (70o). They have a diet of cooked food. Our problem is
> that only 1 pair of the imports have produced fertile
> eggs, all of the others have produced clear eggs. This is
> their third breeding season. Any ideas or suggestions?
you better wait. Most of the time,the males need to be at
least 8 years old to fertile eggs. My domestic male did
that. The female can lay eggs as young as 3.5 years old.
So be patient and you will get good results.