What you need to know when breeding African Gray Parrots

African Gray Parrots have endeared themselves to bird enthusiasts everywhere for centuries (dating back from Ancient Greece), and with good reason: African Grays have great personalities, in addition to being one of the handsomest birds around. Not the easiest companion bird to keep, these fine parrots are nonetheless one of the most interesting pets for experienced and novice owners alike; properly cared for, they can lead long and fruitful lives.

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The popularity of African Gray Parrots holds a lot of potential for owners looking to support their passion for the bird by becoming a breeder and trader of African Grays. The good news is that this endeavor can become very lucrative if carried out carefully; however, there are no hard and fast guidelines that are 100% foolproof to make such an enterprise a success. The reason for this uncertainty is rooted in the birds having relatively more complex personalities than other species, and it is this same interesting trait that makes them unpredictable. What can apply to a certain individual bird may not hold true for another.

Experienced breeders, though, agree on a number of pointers that, arguably, can be used as a comfortable base for embarking on your very own African Gray Parrot breeding enterprise:

Stock is Important

To make sure you get excellent young birds from your breeding pair, it is imperative to procure said pair from a reputable dealer. This will make it probable that you are getting genetically-superior stock, which traits your future African Grays will inherit. If possible, look for parent birds that has a proven track record; that is, they are known to have produced top-notch chicks from a previous breeding run. Consider yourself lucky indeed if you are able to obtain such a pair. Barring this, it will be a bit more challenging to find suitable candidates for your cock and hen birds (the male and female, respectively).

Obviously, you would want to get adult birds of breeding age. It is difficult to accurately assess how old an individual African Gray is; the telltale indicator that one is at least an adult bird, is if its eyes are already yellow in color (juveniles have black eyes). Reputable pet shops will also (most of the time) sell accurately-sexed specimens, which is another good reason to get your stock from such dealers. However, if you really want to make sure of the birds’ sexes, you may have them undergo DNA testing.

Bonding

Now, some dealers may try to sell you a pair of birds packaged as “bonded” (in human terms, bonded may refer to being “in a relationship”); however, it would be prudent if you verify this for yourself. Experienced breeders will look for pairs that show obvious signs of bonding such as mutual preening, feeding and other “shows of affection”. If you don’t find these cues in the pair being offered, it might be possible that your dealer may be using “Bonded” as a selling point to dump two indifferent birds on you. Be very careful when buying into such packages, as it may take years for a male bird and a female bird to get into a bonded stage, if at all. The logic is simple: if no bonding occurs, then no breeding will occur.

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Caring for Your Pair

To encourage breeding in your birds, make sure that they are comfortable in terms of housing and feeding arrangements. Most owners find that the African Gray needs to have a sufficiently private environment in order to get into the breeding state. Provide a spacious cage with perches, and ample room for exercise. Feeders should be contrived in such a way that disturbing the pair will be minimized: ideally, it should a setup that easily allows food and water to be introduced to the cages while reducing the probability of the birds making a bid for escape during feeding time. Here, feeder slots that swing inside would a great option.

The nest area can be an enclosure located within the cage itself, preferably at a far end away from activity areas. It should be made of sturdy material, such as thick plywood, with reinforced jointing. The nest area should have roofing over it to further enhance privacy, but the activity areas themselves can be left without a shelter overhead. All parts of the cage should be made very sturdy, as African Grays have a habit of chewing up whatever surfaces they could find.

Breeding

Don’t expect your pair to get right to breeding as soon as they move into their new home. At worst, it will take a few years even for a bonded pair to produce their first eggs. Therefore, some careful nudging in the right direction to encourage breeding will help shorten the wait.

Feed your birds with a superior diet to make sure they produce robust chicks from large clutches. A poor diet will result in less eggs and sickly young birds. African Grays typically lay from one to three eggs per clutch; so ensuring that you get two or three each breeding not only makes your efforts more efficient, it also maximizes your profits from the sale of young Grays. Fortunately, African Grays breed all year round, so it’s possible to have multiple clutches in a single year. However, do not overdo it: egg-laying and chick rearing can be particularly hard on the hen. Too much work on her part will exhaust her and possibly kill her. Ideally, a breeder should limit his or her hen to two clutches per year, spaced adequately, to allow her to properly recuperate between each breeding.

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It is possible to coax breeding at the right time by controlling the birds’ diet. The reason why there is particular breeding season for the African Gray is that, in their original habitat, food sources are available all year round to provide ample nourishment for chicks at any given time. There are certain feed mixes available in the market specifically formulated to encourage breeding. Therefore, provide this food when you want your pair to breed, and exchange this for another type of feed mix when you want your hen to recuperate from her nesting duties.

Caring for the Eggs and Chicks

After the eggs are laid, you should give your breeding pair a lot of privacy to make hatching the eggs easier for them. The hatchlings come out from their eggs after a month, so during this time refrain from peeking constantly inside the nesting area. Just make sure the feeders get replenished regularly. Allow about seven weeks from the time the eggs are laid before checking again: by that time, two- to three-week old hatchlings should be present already. Don’t worry about dead hatchlings because, after all, what you’re after are high-quality young birds to sell. Those who do not survive the natural selection process are often those that are weak and sickly, and therefore will not grow into superb specimens that people would want to buy.

131 thoughts on “What you need to know when breeding African Gray Parrots

  1. Idrees Chaudhry

    I have a pair of African Grey Parrot, already DNA, but i cant able to ensure they are come to breed now or not. there is (Islamabad – Pakistan) winter season, their behavior is “female spend lot of time during every day in wooden box (2’x2’x1′) and male sitting on the box many of time every day, some time male also went in box and stayed in may hours. both dont fighting in the box, but then come to eat and stretching themselves, trying to biting and screaming loudly. also mentioned that i have not see doing mating outside their box and not know about mating in the box”.
    their are shown this behavior since one month ago.
    please comment it, and guide about breeding of Grey parrots,
    your view, comments much important for me, if provide a video guidance about this topic, it is highly appreciated
    thanks
    with Regard,
    Muhammad Idrees Chaudhry
    grey.parrots34@gmail.com

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      1. Kelli

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      3. Ida

        Hi Jorge, I’m interested in the Congo African grey. How much is the eggs and can you send pictures of the parents? Looking forward to hearing from you.

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          1. Mark

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      4. Sharon martin

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    2. Azhar Ahmad

      i need to know why my 5 year old african grey congo stays almost all day in the nest box but they dont have eggs ..normally at the evening they come out for the last one year

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  2. Mariequita Borg

    Hi, I have a pair of African Greys. They breeded for the first time whilst in my ownership however the eggs were not fertilized. Is this normal?

    Thank you

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    1. PAUL BOWEN

      yes this is very common first clutches with most parrots r not fertile u should have better result in the next clutch make sure lots of privacy and a good diet good luck

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    2. STEVE Ward

      has anybody has anybody purchase eggs from this Bellini your eggs hatched have you any of you purchased African Grey babies for $500 please contact me and let me know by email or you can text me 704-618-3731 some people say this is a scam I’m wanting to find out for sure if you have participated in this you should know thank you so much for your help and your advice

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  3. kumar

    my greyparrot is 6 yrs old .. I got 1mnth back .. it smaller than other grey …. bt taking fruits and sprouts well . what may be the reason?

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  4. wasif

    I have recently purchased a pair of wild greys. they scream a lot when approached by someone. Pl give tips for taming/ feeding

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    1. Khawaja Omer

      Dear Wasif,
      All you need to cover two side of your cage. Whistle before you approaches the cage for changing water etc. Greys are not an easy as Alexandarine or Ring Neck.

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      1. Michele michalek

        If these birds were wild caught Grey’s you may have a very difficult time taming them. HOWEVER I recommend that you go to
        http://www.goodbirdinc.com/
        This is Barbara Heidenreich’s website. She is an amazing animal and parrot trainer. You have probably seen her on the late night shows like Jimmy Fallon and others. I know her personally from seminars and have some of her traing dvds and books. She has webinars. I have also assisted her in trick training a macaw in minutes. She also does phone and in person consultations. She is your absolute best bet for taming and training birds – whether for vet exams or trick training.

        She used POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT (reward) not negative reinforcement (punishment for wrong behavior). It is proven that learning is faster thru positive reinforcement than negative.

        I do have to warn you that training will take consistency and patience. If you are not willing to commit to those 2 things then your result will not be as successful as you expect.

        Good luck and even if you don’t still have this problem her website is well worth a visit!

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    2. twanny zahra

      i need to know why my 5 year old african grey congo stays almost all day in the nest box but they dont have eggs ..normally at the evening they come out for the last 6 weeks

      thanks

      twanny.

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      1. Shan Zafar

        mostly nesting material is required inside the box for a female to lay eggs on., If materials are not present then female has to use there droppings as a cushions so that eggs can be laid on

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          1. Bilal

            hello guys
            i have bought a pair of grey 2 months back and 3 days before i attached breeding box with cage and now my pair started to spend all day time in box but in evening they came back in cage .
            my male spend more time in box then female is it normal behavior?
            please advise me
            +923352356948

    3. Pakson

      You need to get them close to other birds or another well trained grey.that way,they will have to learn from the more mature and house type of African grey.

      I have African grey parrots for sale at very good prices.You can call or text me at (614)3420096 so that we can talk better . I can send over an African grey parrot that will help with your case.

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      1. lucy

        Thank you for the greys you sent to me pakson.They are so lovely.I will send photos I took with them.they are doing great.
        Thank you.

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    4. asfand yar khan

      Its because they are afraid of humans, its normal with now atmosphere, they like there privacy a lot just give them space and they will be very happy.

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  5. anna

    I have a pair of congo greys that have breed or me 13yrs. now the male started to eat the eggs . What is the reason for this ?
    Thanks

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  6. kamal

    I have a pair of African Grey Parrot, already DNA, but i cant able to ensure they are come to breed now or not. there is (Islamabad – Pakistan) winter season, their behavior is “female spend lot of time during every day in wooden box (2′x2′x1′) and male sitting on the box many of time every day, some time male also went in box and stayed in may hours. both dont fighting in the box, but then come to eat and stretching themselves, trying to biting and screaming loudly. also mentioned that i have not see doing mating outside their box and not know about mating in the box”.
    their are shown this behavior since one month ago.
    please comment it, and guide about breeding of Grey parrots,
    your view, comments much important for me, if provide a video guidance about this topic, it is highly appreciated
    thanks
    with Regard,
    kamal malaysia…
    SAME QUATION by Muhammad Idrees Chaudhry

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  7. Harry Hasan.

    I have a female African grey that has runny green shit. also a bald patch on her throat and downy feathers on her chest. how can treat her conditions? any advice you can give me would be much appreciated. yours hopefully Harry.

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    1. Danyel Guay-Galloway

      You need to take her to a reputable vet. That is not normal and if not diagnosed and treated she could die.

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    2. paul

      check your diet and make sure its suitable too much fruit will do this and boredom will result in plucking feathers which the greys r known 4 get a mate or new toys and lots of interaction with people

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      1. PAUL BOWEN

        hello it sounds like she might be getting ready to lay even without a mate is the missing down and feathers in the nest box I have 2 pairs and the females do get runny droppings and pull the down from there chests to line the nest hope this helps

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  8. Kumar

    My Congo Grey is fascinated by me smoking cigarettes… Now she has tried and has picked up the habit as well. Any suggestions of how to get her to stop squaking for a cigarette Evey time she sees me enjoying a smoke?

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    1. Michele

      She can and will die if she eats or chews on your cigarettes. In fact she is nreathing in secondhandhand smoke when you smoke around her, ingesting all the toxins and nicotine you do. When she sits on your hand/arm/skin she absorbs through her feet the toxins you secrete from your skin from smoking.
      She will probably die earlier than she should from cancer, nicotine poisoning or arteriosclerosis. In fact, take a good look at how her feathers look. Are they dirty or kind of ratty looking? Now look at pictures of other African Greys. Their feathers look different dont they? This is because your bird is around, ingesting and absorbing your cigarette smoke and the toxins from it. I adopted a grey that had lived with a smoker and when I got her her feathers looked horrible. Agter being in a smoke free environment her feathers came in beautiful at the next moult.
      I know this sounds harsh, but as a bird breeder and one who really knows birds, it is only fair to tell you the truth about what you are doing to your bird.
      You absolutely MUST STOP giving your bird cigarettes! They will kill her! If you do not believe what I have said in this post, please contact a vet that sees birds in your area!
      For your bird’s health, if not your own, it would be great if you quit smoking!

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      1. Kelli

        Michele is 100% accurate…if it’s bad for humans, common sense tells you it’s terrible for a bird with a respiratory system the size of a green bean…..I would either sell the bird to a non-smoker or quit smoking. I quit smoking when I got my first grey…best thing I ever did for myself! (quitting smoking too!)

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  9. Peter Poultry Farm

    We are specialized in selling very fresh laid and fertile species of parrot eggs ,all our eggs are collected from very healthy birds in our aviary ,candle tested and confirmed 100% fertile with a hatching ratio of 1.1 . Its quiet interesting raising up your own parrots .
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    1. Gerry G

      I am looking for fertile Congo African Grey eggs, I need 4 to 6 eggs please give me the price including shipping here in Seattle WA. My incubator is ready anytime.

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  10. LYNETTE

    Hi, i have a african grey that had a egg but she is all on her own. How do i deal with this, is it normal , can i do anything for her, she is the first parrot I have so do not understand them so well. Many thanks

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    1. paul

      hey lynette she obviously wants to start breeding u r lucky and should get a male to introduce to her slowly and with luck u could have a good breeding pair research and put them on a good diet and add nest box and u will have some amazing results

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    2. Deb Chambers

      I also have an african gray. She has laid 3 eggs in the last 6 days. Before she has laid 2 eggs but with a space of about 6 months. When i bought it its name was dave i have now renamed it davette lol. It is 7 years old

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  11. Sam

    I have a 10 year old grey that just started laying eggs out of nowhere. . She laid six eggs over the span of 5 weeks or so give or take.. Is this normal?? What should i do?? She has been acting normal.. No change in her behaviors.. Any help?

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    1. paul

      first get a good diet as egglaying is very draining on her calcium etc research if u dont want to get a mate 4 her make sure there is no dark corners or any spots that might encourage her to lay

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  13. Kareem. A

    Hi dear, Im planning to start breeding grey African parrots at home. But I have a problem which is I live in the Middle East and you cant imagine how hot it gets during the simmer time. Some breeders down here told me that they use A/C 24/7 for their birds which is not a big deal to me I can make it. But my question is what is the ideal temperature for breeding? and could u tell me please, what country that can give me a good deal in buy a big amount of this kind of bird? thanks a lot, appreciate it.

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  14. Owen Galea

    I have an african grey pair from the wild. I am wondering if talking from humans inside the house will disterb the pair because the aviary isverry close to the house

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  15. Ed

    Hi,

    I’d like to buy a male baby african grey. I live in Dubai.
    So if there any breeders in UAE please contact me.

    Thanks

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  16. Emmanuel

    Hello site owner or anyone who has a better understanding, i have a female africa grey parrot. I bought her from an unknown person, i believe she is wild caught cos over here in nigeria there’s no parrot breeder’s, my parrot scream alot to anyone who comes closer to it, please what is the solution, i dont even know the age of my parrot.

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    1. Neil hattin

      You idiot, you must release her back into the wild. You can NEVER train a wild caught bird, it is cruel to leave it in a cage.

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  17. Ed

    Hi,

    I’m looking for 4-6 month old African Grey Timneh.
    Ready to buy or to book for later purchase.
    Please do not offer any immediate shipment. As at first I am going to come to the shop or breeder to choose a bird and then take it with me to Dubai.

    Thanks
    Eduard

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  19. osei tutu

    Pls I’m in Ghana and looking for pair of grey parrot bt pls de pricec always scare me can peter and anyone here I mean de dealers help me plss this is my phone number 233-0244146367

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  20. Rascal

    It’s probably the diet you’re feeding the bird . I’d advise ya to visit a veterinarian/avain immediately for assistance before any further problems , The bird is maybe stressed #I think so .

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  21. Ali

    I would like to know my African grey male parrot is biteing to female so what can be the reason please reply

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  22. Luisa

    My female has for the second time laid one egg, but then when you look again, the eggs been cracked open and eaten. Not too sure if its her or my male. why would they do that? I haven’t got a box in the cage either, would that be the problem? Do I need to separate them after she has laid?

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    1. Michele

      They are probably playing with it or rolling it on the bottom of the cage and it broke. Limit their light to no more than 10 hours a day and make sure their aren’t any dark hiding places and she should stop laying. If the behavior continues you will need to supplement her diet with calcium so she doesnt get depleted and leech it from her bones laying eggs.

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    2. Cpeaco

      No don’t have to split them my pair of African greys have 4 eggs the hen stays on the nest and the male feeds her before I put the nest box in the female plucket her chest feathers out they were trying to build a nest on the bottom of the cage before the nest box went in the eggs seem to be fertile will find out if they hatch in a couple of weeks.
      Charlie

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  23. Krista

    Hi
    I have a 19 year old african grey and I think he is a male. My ex husband and I raised him from a hatch-ling, my ex husband had him when we split many years ago and now I have him…..I am wondering if I put a nest box in his cage so he may stay a bit warmer ( I am in Canada) would this confuse or stress him seeing as he does not have a mate?

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  24. jorge

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  25. Regan Johnson

    african grey parrots for sale
    3 1/2 Years old, male, wolf whistles, excellent talker always picking
    up words, Dances, loves attention and being stroked, enjoys sitting
    outside the cage all day, very healthy bird perfect feathers,
    $300 without cage or $400 with large castor cage & toys
    CAN DELIVER TO GOOD HOME ONLY

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  26. pakson

    Hello
    My name is pakson and I specialise in the breading of African grey parrots,macaws and eggs.We have a dozen of Congo African greys ready for to go to new homes this month and some well fertile eggs.We also have six blue Macaws and and four blue and gold macaws available.
    This birds are all hand reared from three weeks to ensure that they have close human attention at a very early age.They love to play with kids and are use to being in busy households.They can talk and whistle already and will come along with large cage.
    I hope to find them calm and loving homes as Christmas is fast approaching.
    Contacts:::614-342-0096 Or johannahailey00@gmail.com
    Thanks.

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  27. zaafir

    hi,
    i have bought a pair of african grey. i have just come to know that they are wild. i want to know that would they breed or not .. secondly can i keep green RAW parrot pair becaz i feel that the pair is lonely. i cant afford other grey pair. need somebodys advice plz :(

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  28. meer sardar

    hello brothers just gve me a suitable suggestion that im now fond to get breeding of grey parrot can u telme please do i buy imported pairs for breeding or local i good or holding pairs i live in pakistan

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    1. max

      Hello Guys

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  29. max

    Hello Guys

    Great news for you today xzbluebabies offering trained parrots for adoption and guest what they do arrange for shipping to other location for good prices

    Here are the names of bird they do offer

    Congo African grey
    Blue & Gold Macaw
    Scarlet Macaw
    Umbrella Cockatoo

    If your interested and you need more info’s just visit their website http://www.xzbluebabies.com

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  30. Tyrone

    Nobody sells fertile parrot eggs, it’s all a massive scam. D not send these tossers your money, the best you will get from them might be pigeon eggs

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  31. Hassan Ahmed

    I wanted to know the exact breeding age of grey parrot. I have a female grey she exactly 4 years and some days old and I wanted to breed. So please suggest me.!

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  32. jorge herman

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    1. jorge herman

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  33. Debbie Williams

    We have had our African Gray since 1992. She was hatched in 1991. We have a male gold capped conure that is older and lived with us before Echo came along. They are in separate cages but within the same room as they have always been. Imagine our surprise to find an egg in her cage this morning. Is it normal for a 25 year old to lay eggs? Would she be a candidate for breeding?

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  35. Marcusg

    We have two African grays they are having their first breed we can hear noises coming from their nesting house I was wondering if the male should be in the same cage as the female and newborn? Can you help me? Thanks

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  36. CHRISTINA

    Hi we have two african grey birds. We thought they were both males but the one laid an egg yesterday. What is the best food to give her now and we are thinking of putting the two together to mate. Is this advisable? Must we just put them together or what is the procedure most often to do.

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  37. Peter Poultry

    We have the following breeder pairs and chick’s including fertile eggs for
    sale.
    what’s up. 00237655575624
    Inbox : peterpoultryfarm75@gmail.com
    Scarlet Macaws
    Blue and Gold Macaws
    Hyacinth Macaws
    Green Wind Macaws
    Umbrella cockatoose
    Mullocan Cockatoose
    Black Palm Cockatoose
    Major Mitchell Cockatoose
    African Congo Grays
    Red Tail Tinnel Grays
    Yellow Nape Amazon
    Double Yellow Headed Amazon

    Contact us directly Via Email for details and price list.

    Inbox Email :peterpoultryfarm75@gmail.com

    Reply
  38. Peter Poultry

    breeder pairs and chick’s including fertile eggs for
    sale.
    what’s up. 00237655575624
    Inbox : peterpoultryfarm75@gmail.com
    Scarlet Macaws
    Blue and Gold Macaws
    Hyacinth Macaws
    Green Wind Macaws
    Umbrella cockatoose
    Mullocan Cockatoose
    Black Palm Cockatoose
    Major Mitchell Cockatoose
    African Congo Grays
    Red Tail Tinnel Grays
    Yellow Nape Amazon
    Double Yellow Headed Amazon

    Contact us directly Via Email for details and price list.

    Inbox Email :peterpoultryfarm75@gmail.com

    Reply
  39. Peter Poultry


    breeder pairs and chick’s and eggs and machines sale.
    what’s up. 00237655575624
    Inbox : peterpoultryfarm75@gmail.com
    Scarlet Macaws
    Blue and Gold Macaws
    Hyacinth Macaws
    Green Wind Macaws
    Umbrella cockatoose
    Mullocan Cockatoose
    Black Palm Cockatoose
    Major Mitchell Cockatoose
    African Congo Grays
    Red Tail Tinnel Grays
    Yellow Nape Amazon
    Double Yellow Headed Amazon

    Contact us directly Via Email for details and price list.

    Inbox Email :peterpoultryfarm75@gmail.com

    Reply
  40. Peter Poultry


    Parrot breeder pairs and chick’s and eggs and machines sale.
    what’s up. 00237655575624
    Inbox : peterpoultryfarm75@gmail.com
    Scarlet Macaws
    Blue and Gold Macaws
    Hyacinth Macaws
    Green Wind Macaws
    Umbrella cockatoose
    Mullocan Cockatoose
    Black Palm Cockatoose
    Major Mitchell Cockatoose
    African Congo Grays
    Red Tail Tinnel Grays
    Yellow Nape Amazon
    Double Yellow Headed Amazon

    Contact us directly Via Email for details and price list.

    Inbox Email :peterpoultryfarm75@gmail.com

    Reply
  41. Peter Poultry

    Contact us directly Via Email for details and price list.

    Inbox Email :peterpoultryfarm75@gmail.com

    Reply
  42. Nass

    Hi there,

    Hope all is well.

    I just got four pairs of African grey, matured and they are wild parrots, however, I really don’t like having my birds each in one cage but I am not sure if possible to have them the four pairs on one aviary which the size is 2m X 5m and height is almost 3 meters.

    Are they aggressive parrot?

    Majority says individuals is better for breeding but still some says still I can breed in a group aviary!

    Originally I am breeding Mutation Indian Ringneck that is an aggressive bird however I had breed them in individual cage each pair BUT i found it is better to have them in a group aviary.

    Appreciate if you can help me with my query regarding my African Grey.

    Thank you

    Regards,
    Naser

    Reply
  43. Osei tutu

    Pls nobody should do transaction with peter jones or peter poultry farm from Cameroon he is a scammer tank u

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  44. Thomas

    We are breeders of the following species of parrots.
    We have the following species of parrot birds for sale
    Blue and Gold Macaw
    Scarlet Macaw
    Hyacinth macaw
    Umbrella cockatoose
    Muloccan cockatoose
    Black palm cockatoose
    Major mitchel cockatoose
    Yellow nape amazone
    blue fronted amazone
    African congo greys
    Tinne and Grey
    Toco tocan
    We have babies and adults and also their fertile eggs for sale contact Email us Via : thomasmith686@gmail.com
    Whatsapp number : +49 15785385385507

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  45. Peter Poultry

    We are breeders of the following species of parrots.
    We have the following species of parrot birds for sale
    Blue and Gold Macaw
    Scarlet Macaw
    Hyacinth macaw
    Umbrella cockatoose
    Muloccan cockatoose
    Black palm cockatoose
    Major mitchel cockatoose
    Yellow nape amazone
    blue fronted amazone
    African congo greys
    Tinne and Grey
    Toco tocan
    We have babies and adults and also their fertile eggs for sale contact Email us Via : peterpoultryfarm75@gmail.com
    Whatsapp number : +237655575624

    Reply
  46. Henry Munoz

    There are certain feed mixes available in the market specifically formulated to encourage breeding. Like what can you mention some of them I’m trying to breed my birds but the male seems like he doesn’t want to he if 17 years old and the female is 15 she’s horny all the time

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  47. Peter

    We are breeders of the following species of parrots.
    Email: peterpoultryfarm75@gmail.com
    Whatsup : 00237655575624

    Blue and Gold Macaw
    Scarlet Macaw
    Hyacinth macaw
    Umbrella cockatoose
    Muloccan cockatoose
    Black palm cockatoose
    Major mitchel cockatoose
    Yellow nape amazone
    blue fronted amazone
    African congo greys
    Tinne and Grey

    Toco tocan

    We have babies and adults and also their fertile eggs for sale

    Reply
  48. Peter

    We have following species of parrots.
    Email: peterpoultryfarm75@gmail.com
    Whatsup : 00237655575624

    Blue and Gold Macaw
    Scarlet Macaw
    Hyacinth macaw
    Umbrella cockatoose
    Muloccan cockatoose
    Black palm cockatoose
    Major mitchel cockatoose
    Yellow nape amazone
    blue fronted amazone
    African congo greys
    Tinne and Grey

    Toco tocan

    We have babies and adults and also their fertile eggs for sale now

    Reply
  49. Peter

    We have following species of parrots.
    Email: peterpoultryfarm75@gmail.com
    Whatsup : 00237655575624

    Blue and Gold Macaw
    Scarlet Macaw
    Hyacinth macaw
    Umbrella cockatoose
    Muloccan cockatoose
    Black palm cockatoose
    Major mitchel cockatoose
    African congo greys
    We have babies and adults and also their fertile eggs for sale now

    Reply
  50. Hassan

    Good day,

    I am interested to buy Congo Grey Arica and Macaw eggs, accordingly please provide me by:
    Minimum quantity of eggs
    Payment and delivery methods
    Final prices
    Your website and physical address

    Looking forward to receive your prompt feedback

    Hassan Mohamed

    Reply
    1. Hassan

      Good day,

      I am interested to buy Congo Grey Arica and Macaw eggs, accordingly please provide me by:
      Minimum quantity of eggs
      Payment and delivery methods
      Final prices
      Your website and physical address

      Looking forward to receive your prompt feedback

      Hassan Mohamed
      hassan.12492@yahoo.com

      Reply
  51. Ali

    We are offering handraised Parrots species from weaned Aviary at affordable prices and 100% candle tested fertile eggs for hatching healthy chicks. We are selling to persons interested in breeding and hand rearing up their own birds from egg stage. We assist clients with successfully articles & techniques. Our Available Parrots we raise are as follows:
    Hyacinth Macaw,Scarlet Macaw,Green Winged Macaw,B & G Macaw, Sollomons Island Eclectus, Congo African Grey, Timneh Grey, Umbrella Cockatoo, Palm Cockatoo, Goffin Cockatoo, Gallah Cockatoo, Blue and Gold Macaw, Scarlet Macaw, Greenwing Macaw, Dyh Amazon,YN Amazon Toco Toucan, Cockatiel, sun conures,jenday conures.We also have candle tested fertile eggs for the above species,we also offer deliveries.We incubate eggs during shipment at standard temperatures, If interested Please contact us through Email (parrotshome152@gmail.com) for more information

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