At the moment we have 2 pairs, one cinnamon opaline pair that laid 4 clutches this season and a new pair of cinnamon opaline hen and blue opaline cock. I hope the hen is split blue and the cock split cinnamon (we can all dream!!). I am selling the cinn opaline pair to make room for some from our friend that bred greygreen lutino limes etc. When I have set them all up (about 3 or 4 pairs) I will post some pics on here!
Polytelis Cavy, Bird and Wiltshire Horn Stud Perth, WA
hey oaklee, we seem to be tryin to breed the same colours. this year i'm trying for grey-green pied, just the straight pied. one of my pairs produced some grey pieds this year, so i want to breed something different. also fawn pied, musturd pied, and both in opaline in both. here's hopping that next years even more successfull then this years was.
thats cool bubbles. i've hand rearded a few clutchs before, only because i've needed to, but they do learn to whistler when they've still quiet young. i had a cinnamon blue male that was my first one, and in the end he would fly around my house chasing me wanting to land on my shoulder, dear little thing.