Lovebird Breeding Basic

lovebird breedingBasic Breeding for Lovebirds is that you can cross breed any specie, but here’s the catch, breeding different type of Lovebirds may cause major problems. Problems caused by the child taking on the characteristic of both parents which may result to a strong defiance of the offspring. So thus, it is recommended to only put or breed same type or specie of Lovebird to avoid such mishaps.

Again, before breeding your Lovebirds make sure they are in top condition and not substantially feed, and also they should be living in a clean cage. Pellets and seed mix do not really compensate enough nutrition to your Lovebirds, it’s the fresh fruits and vegetables that keep them healthy to enable them to fertile eggs and raise strong offspring.

One of most important thongs is to make sure you have a right couple. Lovebirds gender can’t be easily identified that sometimes make Lovebird breeding not an easy task. This can be remedied by DNA testing, though that will require a costly proliferation for your Lovebirds, it’s the surest, best way. This will cost you the kit for getting a sample and for testing it to the lab. There are some visual differences you can see between the sexes, though other owner would say you can also see them in the opposite sex.

There are two different breeding techniques, first, is in large aviary groups or individual pairs in different cages. If you want to control the color mutation of your Lovebirds, you may want to choose the latter method. Also you can breed indoors, though there are some important things you might want to add in your Lovebird breeding list if you want to take this option. First, the amount of sunlight the birds will be exposed during the day. You can provide special lights for this purpose.

Make sure you have plenty of space for your Lovebirds breeding. They should be able to flap their wings and not hitting something, you have to make sure they can play and climb for exercise. If you do not have enough room, Lovebird breeding is not recommended. It will not be good for your pets.

Another option is using a nestbox. It can give best results, it allows interaction between the hen and the cock, while the hen is nesting. Humidity has an important role in the successful hatching of the eggs. Also you have to bear in mind and add to your Lovebird breeding list that you have to constantly provide a nesting material, to keep the nest fresh and keep the humidity level. Just make sure these are not poisonous to your Lovebirds.

Nutrition determines the health of your Lovebird breeding pairs and their young. Foods must be generally, fresh fruits and vegetables. There are some circumstances that an egg doesn’t hatch. This is natural if there are other eggs that have hatch in that particular group of eggs, for they may haven’t nested well, and didn’t have a lot of warmth from the hen. This is a natural occurrence, there are eggs not meant to hatch. Make sure you are well informed on Lovebird breeding before taking any step.

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