Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Finally An Answer For Infertility - Artificial Insemination Kit for Canary and Finch Breeders - Andrea Cabibi

An ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION KIT for Canary and Finch Breeders has finally been produced!  The kit includes all the equipment needed to bring artificial insemination into your Bird Room and includes a detailed and fully illustrated book with all the instructions.  Video of all the techniques is also provided. Andrea has been developing these techniques over the last several years.  It has been FANTASTICALLY effective, especially with her Norwich canaries, and at her job in the zoo saving endangered bird species.  The instructions are easy to follow and you don't need anything other than the Artificial Insemination Kit.

Andrea has been working as a manager in zoos in the USA, Canada and Britain for over 33 years, specializing in breeding birds and endangered species.  She has worked with over 400 different species of birds and animals.  She was specially trained to perform artificial insemination in birds in Washington, DC and went on to manage the artificial insemination program for cranes in San Diego.  She has spent several years developing this Artificial Insemination Kit and perfecting artificial insemination in canaries and finches so that she can share these skills with all her fellow canary and finch breeders.

Contact Andrea Cabibi by email at if you are interested in purchasing a kit and learning this skill. She also has a website

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Anonymous said...

I hope this AI kit fails.
Why do I say that? Well to me, if this works, it takes all the skill out of our hobby. It's cheating , difficult to breed hybrids, could become commonplace, no skill or expertise required. If fanciers can freeze sperm, they can produce from "dominant"cocks for many years past the natural breeding life of the male.
I think it's sad and for me will ruin the hobby.

Linda Hogan said...

I look at this differently than you do. I hope it makes breeding of difficult canaries not only possible but popular! As I look around at shows many are losing breeders and numbers as a whole are down here and from reports from Canada there also. Wouldn't it be nice to see our numbers double or triple etc. Artificial Insemination is a giant step forward for the fancy!

Anonymous said...

Hi Linda

I respect your opinion and no doubt many will share your views.

AI in Budgerigars has been banned for many years by the Budgerigar Society in the UK.
Maybe it goes on to a certain extent in the privacy of the fanciers bird room.

With this, we are moving yet another step away from nature.
If "difficult to breed Canaries" cannot reproduce naturally, then they are not viable as breeds.

That is an indisputable truth.

This we see already in the dog breeding world.

It takes the fun out of breeding, it gives the top breeders who possess most of the dominant cocks, yet another advantage.

In short, game over.