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Old 25-06-2017, 07:17 PM
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I didn't hear a lot about them are they success in pursuit flight like 50% what about % does it make sense like 3/4 or 7/8
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Old 25-06-2017, 09:01 PM
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I didn't hear a lot about them are they success in pursuit flight like 50% what about % does it make sense like 3/4 or 7/8
I mean if you use 3/4 gyr x per with 7/8 gyr x saker will that make difference than 50% gyr / per x 50% gyr /saker
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Old 25-06-2017, 10:24 PM
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i mean if you use 3/4 gyr x per with 7/8 gyr x saker will that make difference than 50% gyr / per x 50% gyr /saker
I don't understand your question but if you breed a 3/4 gyr x per with 7/8 gyr x saker and providing the gyr is 3/4 and the 7/8
you will get a 13/16 gyr 2/16 (1/ per 1/16 Saker
(81.25%). (12.5%). (6.25). I think?

If you mean how do they fly in comparison to a 50/50 gyr peregrine then I've no idea sorry

. = 1/8 don't know why the emoji popped up

Gyr 13/16 peregrine 2/16 (1/ Saker 1/16

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Old 25-06-2017, 10:43 PM
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Keeps doing it. ( one/ Eighth )
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Old 26-06-2017, 06:57 AM
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I don't understand your question but if you breed a 3/4 gyr x per with 7/8 gyr x saker and providing the gyr is 3/4 and the 7/8
you will get a 13/16 gyr 2/16 (1/ per 1/16 Saker
(81.25%). (12.5%). (6.25). I think?

If you mean how do they fly in comparison to a 50/50 gyr peregrine then I've no idea sorry

. = 1/8 don't know why the emoji popped up

Gyr 13/16 peregrine 2/16 (1/ Saker 1/16
I mean how do they fly in comparison to 50/50 Gyr x per . Are they faster and willing to kill more prey or not .
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Old 26-06-2017, 07:58 AM
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I mean how do they fly in comparison to 50/50 Gyr x per . Are they faster and willing to kill more prey or not .
No idea on that one
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Old 27-06-2017, 12:52 PM
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I mean how do they fly in comparison to 50/50 Gyr x per . Are they faster and willing to kill more prey or not .
I read some call them super mix , when search their availablty in the breeding farm not many as 50% a lot of challenge between hybrids and tribred some would say super other say against that ,
you will believe the trader or the flyer . I would prefer to listen from the buyers than the dealer on this case just to get accurate information
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Old 27-06-2017, 08:03 PM
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Apparently birds of the same species differ in ability and temperament etc so can something mixed like this not vary to greater extent? Can one part not dominate more than another even if it is a lower percentage than the rest? If a pure peregrine and a pure gyr were crossed does that mean that the chick has exactly 50% of each parents genes? Could it not take after one parent more than the other? Say 70% peregrine 30% gyr? Can that not change from chick to chick from the same parents and tilt the other way? Would that not make a tribred more varied? It's not like mixing paint.
If I was to buy one of these I'd basically pick one on its appearance but then even that will change. When dealing with any bird is it not luck of the draw?
At the end of the day they are all falcons and killing machines
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Old 28-06-2017, 03:24 PM
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Well put Tom one never knows even with pure breds.

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Old 28-06-2017, 11:47 PM
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Well put Tom one never knows even with pure breds.

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Thanks Harry, I think I'm always going to be a purist even though I have been tempted on many occasion

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