Best three birds recommended for breeding


Lovebirds are one of the birds most recommended for breeding because are now known as pets in their own right, their plumage in pleasant colors and their fun behavior can only charm us.

The lovebird food is varied: seeds, fruits, berries, buds, flowers or larvae and insects. Their beak, wide and hooked is perfectly suited to break the most resistant seeds.

Lovebirds normally lay four to eight eggs, which they incubate between 22 – 25 days. Chicks are usually weaned within eight weeks.
They are between 13-18 cm long and weigh from 25 – 60 g

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The Cockatiels (Nymphicus hollandicus) is a bird of the Order of Psittaciforms, native to Australia.

Physically, the Calopsitte parakeet has a grey body, with white stripes on the wings. But its first feature is its yellow head, with round orange spots on the cheeks, and its crest located on the top of its skull, which allows it to be very expressive. There are also many colour mutations on species bred in captivity.

The Cockatiels measures between 30 and 40cm, weighs between 80 and 150grams and lives between 10 and 20 years on average.

The Cockatielst loves seeds. Seed blends sold in specialty stores will contain everything Calopsitte needs.

Fruits and vegetables, especially green vegetables, will provide him with all the vitamins necessary for his good health. If you can’t give it fruit, apple juice diluted in water can replace them.

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3-Green-Cheeked Conures

Green-Cheeked Conures are exceptional. These birds have a unique potential and once all their qualities are discovered, there will not be enough breeders to raise them.

It is a small parrot of about 25 cm, very active, with a huge “deep” and a great intelligence. He lives an average of about 20 years.

Its two main traits are curiosity and gluttony, making it an easily tame bird.

He can be affectionate and will look for your contact as long as he finds an interest (interactions, games, treats…).

It is also a gregarious animal that basically needs congeners of its species to flourish.

It lays between 4 and 8 eggs about 2 days apart. The incubation period is about 23 days

Green-Cheeked Conures food can be a Fruits and vegetables, especially green vegetable seeds, Pine Nut, Mineral Block, Cuttlefish Bone
Red palm oil, Coconut oil: Excellent for feathers, skin and heart function. Can be given from time to time, mixing a small amount with the seeds.