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Hi,

I just got an female albino, how can I let her mat to get albino baby?

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Old 07-31-2015, 03:43 PM
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Welcome to the forums!

Are you an experienced budgie owner with good knowledge on breeding?
I'm asking this because to breed budgies or any other type of pet one must have a good knowledge of the species as a whole and to do a lot of research into the matter in order to be better prepared for all eventualities.
You will find valuable info on the subject at the Breeding section of Talk Budgies.

To get albino chicks you could potentially pair her up with an albino male, but this is something I wouldn't recommend.
You can find her a blue coloured mate for her who was the offspring of an albino female (making the male split for the Ino gene that makes albinos in white based, blue series budgies).
You can also pair your albino with a normal blue male budgie and all the male chicks will be split for Ino.
Then you'd have to find another albino female unrelated to your budgies and breed this female with one of the offspring from your first albino female.
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Hello and welcome,
Aluz has given the best advice there is and I would agree that if you plan to breed your budgies you must do a lot of research beforehand!

Please do keep us posted and we'd love to see your budgie(s) when you get the chance!
Feel free to ask about any question you may have as we would be more than happy to help!

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I forgot to add that you can easily get albino females by pairing one of your future male chicks from your current albino female (it would have to be a male who is white based, blue series) with a blue female. All female chicks from this pairing will be albinos and the males would be normal blues.

The option I mentioned above was for getting albinos of both genders.
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Hello, to add to Aluz points above, personally I think the best, fastest and with no danger to anyone's health way is to find her a split to albino cock, that way you have high chances to get albino chicks males and females.
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I forgot to add that you can easily get albino females by pairing one of your future male chicks from your current albino female (it would have to be a male who is white based, blue series) with a blue female. All female chicks from this pairing will be albinos and the males would be normal blues.

The option I mentioned above was for getting albinos of both genders.
I think half the hens would be Albino, unless you mean the male would be an Albino rather than Split for Ino?
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