Join Date: Jun 2013
Location: NYC, USA
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it's more a matter of supply and demand. More people want ino's, and statistically there are less per clutch (if you follow the recommendations of avoiding ino/ino pairings) so that's why they are more expensive (although all my babies are priced the same).
I have two people interested in the two babies as a pair, but I am not holding my breath because a couple of weeks ago I had two people interested in Buttons, but they one disappeared and the other decided unexpectedly that they no longer wanted linnies. That is the nature of selling birds. On the other hand, I get to enjoy them while they are here.