04-23-2012, 02:50 PM
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Just one of the reasons, breeding should be not taken lightly. Difficult enough to produce top quality offspring, when breeding two top quality parents, who compliment each other. Breeding crossbreds is even more of a risk. The f1 generation can look like one or other parent, a little of both or something of neither. Even more of a gamble, if the two breeds used, are completely different in type.
It's odd, that these days I see many breeding Gypsy crosses and asking more for them than purebreds of a decent background.