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A guy I know gave me two cock birds, one is 2002 and the other is 2003. Are they still able to be used as breeders:confused:
 

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I recently acquired a 2001 Yellow grizzle cock and they had an egg that hatch but unfortunately the young mother trampled it to death....
 

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I'm still using ao 01 cock and hen, they are one of my foundation pair.

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That 03 pair I have have been together as a pair for 2-3 years I was told. I've seen them breeding a number of times about 2/2 1/2 weeks ago. There not even attempting to get in there nest box, let alone their nest bowl. Can they breed and still not lay?:confused::confused:
 

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Good one C.hert,:D but there is so much ventilation, all they can smell is the good old country air right now.:):D:)
 

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You better hope so if you want some babies--lol---I am in good humor tonight so everybody better watch out.....All that white paint reflects to the sun and moon...Pigeons I notice that if you leave them pick their own mates always seem to pick one about the same age as themselves--if they have a choice......just a thought here...c.hert
 
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