How old must a macaw be to breed?
Posted 03 June 2011 - 05:44 PM
Posted 03 June 2011 - 10:30 PM
Heck I thought this entire forum was only for discussion of HOW to breed, not to debate whether to breed or not. Seems like BOTH sides of this argument would be "reprimanded".
No, this subsection is not dedicated to teaching how to breed. It's an area where breeding can be discussed without breeders being criticized. If you will notice, this is the only area on BB where the owner of the site has stiplated against criticism.
This area is dedicated to the discussion of breeding related topics, raising, and etc. We will not tolerate derogatory language against this part of the avian community.
I know some of you are dead set against breeding; however this is just not the place to voice those opinions.
Posted 04 June 2011 - 01:11 AM
When you breed for moneythe more Luckly to sell an um weaned baby for cash. Or sick.
You ask where does the money come from.
That doesn't make sense. No business logic at all. If you breed for profit, you want repeat business and referrals. You only sell healthy animals if you do it for profit. It is no different than any other business. I posted once before about the person near me that had a normal GCC for $850.00. He said his cost more because he didn't do it just for the money. Somebody bought that line.
Posted 04 June 2011 - 01:17 AM
Posted 04 June 2011 - 01:42 AM
So why is he still debating? We can't respond. As I said both sides should be reprimanded.
Respond if you want. The point is, if someone posts in this area because they want to ask questions about breeding (any aspect of breeding), members are asked to not get on their soap box about their personal feelings about breeding.
I'm not going to ban or punish anyone for making a general point in this discussion. Instead, I'm asking that you refrain from criticizing breeders and breeding in this section of the BB forum only.
If you read the quote that Kevin posted regarding this section, you will see that BB does not tolerate derogatory language AGAINST breeders. You can certainly defend them in this section.
That is really all I'm going to say on the subject. I feel like I'm repeating myself.
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