12-07-2009, 08:51 PM
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Originally Posted by biokid101
hey im getting two african grey birds and we want to breed them. what r some dimensions for the L shaped breeder boxes? they are 6 years old. male and female.
I hope you know what you're getting into, LOL! I'm sure you probably do but I can't help but remember the several large parrots that I have owned through out the years. I had a Blue and Gold Macaw that I hand fed from 5 weeks of age and a Lesser Sulfur crested Cockatoo that I hand fed from 4 weeks of age. In fact I bought them from a breeder and they said that if I took them so young that I would get a large discount but I would have no waranty because if I didn't know what I was doing and the bird died, it would be my own falt. Well, they both did very well but the Macaw was so noisey that I sold him after a few months. The Cockatoo was with me for 7 years but I was the ONLY PERSON that could handle it. It loved me and would try to bite anyone that got near me. Well, it bit my girlfriend on the finger so bad that it was borderline for stitches. After that I sold him. I now have a" Yellow sided green cheeked Conure".It is a BEAUTIFUL, LEAST NOISEY, MOST LOVING BIRD that I have owned.The point of all this is the fact that I also hand fed a yellow naped amason, TOO NOISEY. I had an orange winged Amason, bit everyone but me,and I bred and sold cockatiels, they were nice but too much work for the price you got for the babies. My piont is if you want to breed African Greys, check out this site, http://www.bluequaker.com/Art-006.htm
- 21k ?If you want to breed a gentle, LOVING , QUIET,BEAUTIFUL BIRD that loves to be held by everyone and fetches good money for the babies, do yourself a BIG favor and breed these guys.
Oh by the way, My brother had an African Grey, NOISEY AND BIT EVERYONE BUT HIM"
Last edited by briang; 12-07-2009 at 08:55 PM..