Finch and dove breeder from South-africa

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Adcoetzee
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Location: South Africa

Good day. Been breeding finches for a few years learned from my dad looking to learn more of genetics in finches. Finches we have:
Zebra finch
Star finch( Wild type, pied, yellow red headed,yellow headed and silver/blue)
Plumheads ,normal and fawn
Shaft tail ,normal fawn ,creamino
Daimond fire tail
Double bar/owl finch
Red faced parrot finch pied and seagreen pied
Cuban finch
Lavender finch

Dyboswki twinspot
Pieter twinspots
Blue cap waxbill
gordan blue waxbil
Black cheek waxbil
Violet ear waxbill
Orange breast waxbill
Yellow fronted canary
Black headed canary

Daimond doves. Wild, wild pied,silver,cinnemin, heavy white
Indian green wing dove
Emerald green spotted dove
Zebra dove
Pymy dove
Scaled dove
Passerina dove
cape dove
Tambourin dove
Dont know if i missed a few
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finchbreeder
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Welcome to the forum, from a very jealous Aussie. We can only dream of some of those finches. How many avaires do you have?
LML
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Shane Gowland
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Wow, that sounds like an amazing collection.
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noah.till
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WOW!!!! Amazing collection
Welcome to the forum mate
Downs Bird Breeders Association and Queensland Finch Society Member
2018 Australian Birdkeepers Magazine Young Birdkeeper
Javan Munia, Black Rumped Double bar and Aberdeen Breeding Project
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Brisbane_Finches_333
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Wow, so many birds you have us Aussies can only think about keeping! Welcome to the forum!
Split Blue Gouldian, Plum-Headed Finch and African Silverbill Breeding Project 2020
Queensland Finch Society Member
2019 ABK Magazine Young Birdkeeper Winner
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Adcoetzee
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Thanks guys.
I have noticed by reading some of the post here that there is a few species of witch the numbers are getting down there by you guys.
9 avairies of 3m w by 3m deep by 2m high.
5 avairies of 3m w by 6m deep by 2 m high.
4 avairies of 2.4m w by 3m deep by 2 high.
10 avairesof 1.2m w by 3.6m deep by 2m high.
1 avairy of 6.6m w by 6.6 deep by 2.2m high.
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Now I am even more jealous. That lot would not fit on my block, even if I demolished hubbys shed and the house. Sounds like a fantastic set up. Is there a particular formula you use for deciding which birds to keep together?
LML
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