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Re: Should you breed a mother Scarlet with her son?

Posted by Jo-Ann on 7/28/07
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    On 7/27/07, Yes You Can wrote:
    > On 7/27/07, To "Yes you Can" wrote:
    >
    >> Listen,
    >> You want to get technical go right ahead. However, you know
    >> darn well that no one should be doing this. Get off your high
    >> horse and use ethics. I am intelligent enough and ethical
    >> enough to not breed relatives. Unless you are one of these
    >> people who enjoy incest. Well there you go..... thats it!
    >> Why not breed unrelated birds like normal people? Hello!
    >
    > Getting technical is what it's all about. Ill-informed,
    > unintelligent, and ignorant people can't begin to understand what
    > avian breeding is all about.
    > Ethics has nothing to do with this.
    > Back Crossing has been done for as long as birds have been bred.
    > I wouldn't expect someone of your sub-par intellect to understand.
    > High enough for you?


    Getting technical would be using invetro (sp) fertilization - using
    technology to increase the rate of fertilized eggs.

    "back breeding" is incestuous - technology has nothing to do with
    it. Just because something has been done for years doesn't make it
    the right thing to do. Is is unethical and disgusting to force a
    creature to do something as unnatural as breed with its offspring.
    Sounds more like a cheap way to increase the number of birds in the
    aviary.