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i have 2 white american fantails one male one female that i wanted to mate together but for some reason my male ended up mating with a totally white homing pigeon. They had eggs and one baby survived and is like 30 days old and is like half fantail half homing. its tail feathers stick up a little like a faintail but they are long like its mother. Do you think if i keep these 2 mated together that their babies will all be like this an if so how can i switch there mates so i can have the faintail mate together. I only have one loft and i want to keep my white homing pigeon because she is pure white and a beautiful smart strong bird.
 

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Do you have a rabbit cage, or rabbit hutch, that you can seperate the pair in for a few weeks? Usually that is all it takes, however sometimes the birds do pick their own mates and will go right back to them when returned to the loft. :rolleyes:
Do you think if i get a male white homing pigeon and but him together with the white female homing pigeon they will mate and leave the white fantails together will they mate and then put them all in the same loft will they go back to each other or stay with their new mates
 
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