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Craig52
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They are still around, the 3 different mutations. The original person passed them on to a breeder who has been in contact with me on how to proceed with them.
Hopefully he will get them back on track as the original had the mutations very mixed up all together as a colony.
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Excellent news.
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elferoz777
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nice. I'm after normal redface after having success with the blueface.

ill wait a bit before I get the mutations. pied reds and seagreens were 250 a pr at fairfield :crazy:
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noah.till
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Craig52 wrote: 02 Jun 2021, 17:41 They are still around, the 3 different mutations. The original person passed them on to a breeder who has been in contact with me on how to proceed with them.
Hopefully he will get them back on track as the original had the mutations very mixed up all together as a colony.
I know the bloke who you're talking about, originally he offered me to possibly keep a few myself but not much room in my aviaries unfortunately. He certainly has a lot of sorting out to do but he's a very capable breeder and I'm sure he'll succeed well with the mutation
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Noah - hope you will be able to give us progress reports on his progress. Without giving away any name/location details. Glad to hear that a couple of members are aware of the situation.
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