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Budgie Breeding Before breeding any species, it is important to learn as much about the animals, their personalities and the best practices to follow for responsible and ethical breeding prior to making the commitment to take on the responsibility.

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hello everybody.
i am planing on breeding some new pairs of budgies and i would like your opinion on what can i expect.
(Pair no 1) double factor double round crust female with fellow male
(pair no 2) double factor double round crust female with ino male
(pair no 3) double factor double round crust female with undersized green series spangle male
(pair no 4) undersized normal grey cinnamon male and spangle female
i would really appreciate the help.
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First, welcome . We hope that all our new members are interested in taking advantage of all that Talk Budgies has to offer.. from the most up to date information on healthcare, behavior, diet, and much more to keep budgies happy and thriving. No matter how long we’ve had birds, there are always ways to keep learning.

We care about the wellbeing of budgies. That’s why instead of just answering questions on color mutations first, we always want to know more about you and your birds. What is your level of experience? It sounds like you deliberately select and prepare your birds to breed in breeding cages? How many clutches does a hen lay in a year? What do you feed? We also have some members who can tell you possible color mutation outcomes.

If you haven’t already, please read here: https://www.talkbudgies.com/budgie-br...-threads.htmlt

If you’re on board to breed with the best, most up to date practices, we’d love to have you stick around .
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What is your level of experience?
I have 3 years of experience in breeding budgies and 5 years in keeping them as companion
i breed them in breeding cages and usually i breed the same mutation males and females. this is the first time i am going to breed outside of a specific mutation that's why i am asking for expected chicks.
2 clutches for most of pairs and 3 for 2 pairs in an year
feed is seed mix , choped fruits and veges, soft food 2 a week for non breeding and 4 times for breeding budgies
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Hi Shahzaib and to the forums!

It's great to have you with us and you've come to a great place to learn even more about budgies

Thank you for explaining how much experience you have with your budgies! We don't ask things with the intention to offend; oftentimes members come onto the forums with no idea about breeding, so it's our job first and foremost to ensure that everyone on the forums is familiar with the best practices for breeding and caring for budgies in general.

For pair one, you can expect all chicks to be split fallow and all chicks to be single factor crested. Since crested is a strange gene, it never quite shows up properly, so you may have some chicks that show full, half, or partial crest and some that show none at all, but all will be heterozygous for the crested gene.

For the second pair, the same thing for the crested chicks applies as above, the only difference is that all females will be Ino.

For the third pair, the same rule for crested chicks applies, this time half the chicks will be spangle and all will be green unless the female is blue series and the male is split to blue series.

For this pair, all female chicks will be cinnamon, half the chicks will be normal, and the other half will be spangle. Grey is dominant to blue but incompletely dominant to green, so depending on the colour series of the female you may get grays or grey-greens.

I hope that helped!

Be sure to familiarize yourself with the forums by reading through all of the many articles and stickies that we have here! If you have any questions after reading through everything, be sure to ask as we'd love to help.

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its OK i understand.
and i really appreciate the help.
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