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Re: white quakers

Posted by Tiffany on 6/19/06
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    Does it change their personallity when you line breed? Or does it
    all depend on how they are raised?

    On 1/05/06, Greyman wrote:
    >> Dee, it is not inbreeding it is LINE BREEDING. Didn't
    >> someone once here say something about the mediocre and their
    >> attacks....
    >> Not much for causing controversy but do you know what
    > linebreeding means? Linebreeding is in fact inbreeding, only its
    > more controlled. Like breeding father to daughter or whatever,
    > they do it with dogs and cats too. Its done to improve on size,
    > color, prolificy, it is infact how alot of colors came about in
    > many birds, not all birds but many. Especially a new mutation,
    > they will breed to a normal, then breed the split offspring to the
    > original parent for visuals, then split off and go again, then
    > when they have enough of that mutation, they breed back to normals
    > to increase size, health and vigor, its timely process and is why
    > alot of mutations hold their price. Its common practice with any
    > breeder working with new mutations or developing new ones, just
    > thought you'd like to know. Greyman