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Old 10-24-2012, 09:21 PM
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Default Useful mutation for breeding?

Hi all,

I saw a beautiful young English budgie yesterday who was, I was
told, a white DF spangle YFII. It was a beautiful white bird with
a golden face, and a pale gold wash over much of the wings and
body. I love looking at this bird, but my question would be would
this be a useful bird to breed? If so to what? The YFII would be
there, and the spangle, of course, but what would you breed this
with? Or are there just too many elements in there to fuss with?

My thanks to anyone who would be kind enough to take the time
to educate me a bit further and express their opinion

Gee, but that was a pretty bird....
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