On 7/26/07, John wrote:
> Just wongering if it would be bad to breed a mother and
> son, and if there would be any problems with the babies.
Actually John, that would be called back-crossing and it is
done for specific reasons. Father to daughter is also done.
Providing the father of the son was diverse enough in it's
bloodlines, there would be very little chance of a problem.
Where the problem would arise is if the offspring from this
mother/son pair were bred to another close relative.
People criticize what they don't understand. Disregard those
that comment without intelligence.