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September– 12 Steps to Success Breeding Gouldian Finches Continue with the breeding regiment

hen in nest - September– 12 Steps to Success Breeding Gouldian FinchesContinue to keep all the nutrients, supplements, hatchling food, spray millet, breeding/winter seed mix, etc… Be sure to have nesting materials abundant in the aviary at all times. Look for empty nesting boxes, clean them out and add fresh nesting materials and poultry dust as needed.

“Again, watch your birds “closely” to be sure the nest boxes are not being used or there are not any birds looking at them or inside them for a potential nesting site when replacing nesting materials”.

Keep the serving dishes and water containers clean and maintain proper loft hygiene. Remember to keep a pile of clean nesting materials available for your birds at all times.

September– 12 Steps to Success Breeding Gouldian Finches

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Disclaimer: The author of this website is not a licensed veterinarian. The information and advise contained within is only offered as a basic introduction to the Gouldian Finch and comes from over 10 years personal experience breeding this species. Our success is also attributed to 30 years of accumulated avian knowledge breeding various other bird species, veterinary advise, research and discussions with other professional breeders.

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Disclaimer: The author of this website is not a licensed veterinarian. The information and advise contained within is only offered as a basic introduction to the Gouldian Finch and comes from over 10 years personal experience breeding this species. Our success is also attributed to 30 years of accumulated avian knowledge breeding various other bird species, veterinary advise, research and discussions with other professional breeders.