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12 Steps to Success Breeding the Lady Gouldian Finch
By Gary & Barbara Solomon, Frisky Finches - Copyright 2006

Goudlain aviaryIf you follow our 12 steps to success breeding the Lady Gouldian finch, you’re assured to have happy “Frisky Finches” which will breed with fantastic results and live long healthy lives.

  • Our formula for breeding healthy Gouldians has been tested for many years and it works. By using our proven products and tested breeding methods, we have not lost any Gouldians due to molting, egg binding or any of the other problems people tend to have with the Lady Gouldian finch for over 10 years. Give these birds what they need in captivity and you will find as we have that they will thrive.

  • This system will work with as little as 1 or 2 pairs of Gouldians or hundreds of birds such as we have. All you need to do is adjust the quantities, products and recommendations accordingly.

Frisky Finches Premium Baby Hatchling Mash/Food is a large part of our "secret to success". Our baby hatchling, chick and young bird mash is so power packed with everything necessary for Gouldians or any seed eating bird that I contribute 40% of our breeding success with Gouldians to it. We have been mixing and using this blend of breeding mash for over 10 years and I am convinced this really helps to give baby Gouldians a big kick start in healthy growth and development. If it will work this good with Gouldians just imagine what is possible with other birds... Finches, Parakeets, Doves, Pigeons, Quail, Pheasants, Chickens... We highly recommend you try this product. You will be very happy with the results, and so will your birds.

We hope you will love your Lady Gouldian finches as much as we do and have many years of enjoyment and success with them.

Note: These instructions are based on the climate and location of the pacific time zone in Southern California, Seasonal instructions will vary with other locations nationally (USA) or worldwide.

This article is copyrighted 2006 for Frisky Finches and is not meant to be reprinted, replicated, or republished without our expressed written permission. Thank you.