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

Posted by To Yes you Can on 7/28/07
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    On 7/28/07, Yes You Can wrote:
    > Normally, I wouldn't dignify or respond to comments that come from
    > amateur bird keepers such as yourself.
    > Both Dave and Jo-Ann try to run with the big dogs, but really should
    be
    > sitting on the porch.
    >
    > Have a look around thi ssite and try to enlighten yourself to breeding
    > practices with are ethical, moral and serve a valid and constructive
    > purpose in the avian community.
    >
    > Again I reiterate, just because you don't understand why something is
    > done, please don't dismiss it's probabilities and potential for the
    > positive advancement of avian species.
    >
    > Would I say the average person who frequents Birdmart is qualified to
    > attempt advanced breeding techniques such as this...definitely not.
    > But please remember, there is the occasional aviculturist that drops
    in
    > to answer a legitimate question from someone who might actually be
    able
    > to think outside the box.


    So basically the bottom line is you are an unethical person. There's no
    doubt breeders do this. I do know what you are talking about and you
    can find article after article to back you up. Its a process that
    breeders use mostly to make money. Its all about money. Yes, I'm sure
    there are those rare cases where the breed may be on the verge of
    extinction. You can go back and forth all you want. I'm convinced you
    are of scientific mind without ethics and would do anything for the
    mighty dollar. You can say you were just giving a "technical" answer to
    a simple question, but you seem a little defensive about the issue.
    Looks like I'm not the only one who thinks little of people who do this
    procedure with birds (or any animal for that matter).