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Re: population control

Well Andrew
Let's figure it this way, my group of Cacatuoides 1male 3 females which
have around 70 plus in a brood gives me around 4 to 6 grow out tanks for
the fry in a average 6 month period.   When I fill all those tanks I
stop pulling fry and let happens what ever happens inside the breeding
tank.   When that does happen, i normally end up with fry growing up in
the breeding tank.    I once had 7 tanks of different broods of fry from
a single pair.   Sad part for quite some time I had mostly females in
those broods of fry I grew out.   My last batch of fry was 95% males,
thank god.   


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