Fertile species of parrot eggs

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by william mann, Dec 31, 2016.

  1. william mann

    william mann New Egg

    Dec 31, 2016
    Are you looking at hatching your own parrots from the eggs stage? we now have some very fertile and ready to hatch species of parrot eggs .
    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 .
    TEXT :+1631 71-7198
    EMAIL : [email protected]
    Please Download the KIK app from your play or App Store and send me a text
    KIK ID ..... blessxlabelle

    Bellow is a list of all the species of parrot eggs i have for sale:
    Conures eggs.
    ostrich eggs
    Toco Toucan eggs,
    Cockatiel eggs,
    Military Macaw eggs
    Gallah Cockatoo eggs,
    blue and gold macaw eggs
    scarlet macaw eggs
    green wing macaw eggs
    hyacinth macaw eggs
    Congo African Grey eggs,
    timneh grey eggs
    dyh amazon eggs
    palm cockatoo eggs
    umbrella cockatoo eggs
    goffin cockatoo eggs
    yellow nape eggs
    Sollomons Island Eclectus eggs,
    Major Mitchell cocktacoo.
    All our eggs are shipped along side VX turbo incubators DVD soft copy and hand manual to guide beginners raised up their parrots successfully
    Shipping is available, contact us by email for more details, parrot chicks are also available for sale. -

    TEXT :+1631 71-7198
    EMAIL : [email protected]
    Please Download the KIK app from your play or App Store and send me a text
    KIK ID ..... blessxlabelle
  2. gpop1

    gpop1 Chillin' With My Peeps

    May 2, 2015
    Not a good idea especially if you have no experience with these types of birds. Some require crop milk after hatching which they can only get from a parent bird (its not impossible with out crop milk but that's pushing your luck). Its possible for a experienced person to raise a chick from a egg but the skills and tools required are something that is learnt over a period of time rather than a quick dvd on the subject.

    Think about how you will control the temperature until the chick feathers. How will you feed it as it can not feed itself, What will you do if there's a problem like sour crop.

    Most of the people on here know that shipped eggs can be a problem. A shipped fertile egg (candled to ensure fertility) would be a nightmare even if it was delivered express over night with a temperature guarantee.

    I am not a expert.

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