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Re: Curley

Posted by Curly on 12/14/06
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    On 12/14/06, Pauljr wrote:
    > On 12/14/06, Curly wrote:
    >> On 12/14/06, Pauljr wrote:
    >>> I hope i didnt insult you with your babies but then again
    >>> people landed saying those are not your babies anyway.
    >>>
    >>> I hope you learn to like my music from now on..hahahahaa
    >>>
    >>> Pauljr
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    >> No problem Paul. Those are young babies and Im sure when you
    >> look at them and realize this fact, that you will also
    >> realize that they are in terrific shape. Their feathers
    >> aren't plucked they are still growing in and the crop area
    >> is the last to fill in. The beaks are freakin new so there
    >> is no scaling whatsoever. I have raised many Hys and almost
    >> 600 of other macaws and maybe close to 1400 other large
    >> birds. I never bred little birds. I know the quality of my
    >> breeding stock. I actually dont want to go into too much
    >> detail here as I need to preserve my privacy and for
    >> security reasons. I imagine you can understand that. Let me
    >> say one thing tho..........I agree that you have to educate
    >> ppl and to always do the right thing for the birds and
    >> always be honest and nature will reward you. To date I have
    >> had 6 hys [breeders and pets] flat out given to me. I also
    >> have several other pairs of hys. If no one wants to believe
    >> me, well then, so be it. I really don't care. I'm just gona
    >> die and leave them to my son. BTW, he's your age. So all the
    >> birdmart ppl can attack my post now, cuz I'm done, and I
    >> won't be responding to any stupid bantor. lol
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    > What a great accomplishment hatching out hyacinths!
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    > I cant even hatch a quail egg if my life depended on it!lol
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    > I was talking to amado we were talking about african greys
    > and all the culls being past around. I said yep and I bought
    > all of them if theirs a pair of culls ill find em....lol
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    > lets look on the bright side most of my greys I purchased
    > not long ago and leadbeaters are only 4 years old now.
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    > Pauljr


    Thanks Paul. ALL my various breeder birds and all my hys [except
    2 pair of hys] take care of their babies. I rarely have to
    incubate and feed from day one. Its too much work I hate it and
    get too dam crabby from lack of sleep. lol. FYI, domestic
    handfed grays are hard as hell to get to breed. Unless they were
    parent raised or handfed and never socialized as pets. Then they
    might have a chance at breeding. Its hard to break the human
    bond in grays. I know this from experiance. Good luck with
    yours. I would reccommend to any new breeder to breed as many
    congos as possible, have the parents raise them, and hold back
    the babies for future breeders. I dont mean just for ones self
    but to sell them when they come close to maturity. In 5 to 10
    years there will be a great shortage of breeder congos cuz
    pretty much all the wild caughts will be dead by then. They will
    command a premium. Im too old now otherwise thats what I would
    do. Think about it.....