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Cockatiels: Breeding Yellow-cheeked Mutations

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Cockatiels: Breeding Yellow-cheeked Mutations

Jennifer Jones and Christine Dixon have been breeding cockatiels for many years and have one of the UK's largest breeding colonies.  Here they explain how they have successfully bred this most attractive and popular mutation.

The sex-linked Yellowcheek mutation was first established by Bruno Rehm in Germany during the early 1990s and it is bred in the same way as the other sex-linked mutation cockatiels, Lutino, Cinnamon and Pearl. A visual Yellowcheek hen paired to either a split or visual Yellowcheek cock will produce Yellowcheek youngsters of both sexes.

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