Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. What should I feed my Quail?
A. It's suggested to feed Quail either Budgie Mix, Canary Mix or Vella Poultry Supreme Crumble. Baby quails can be fed poultry chick starter.
Q. Hi, can you please tell me what brand name these cages are?
A. Most of our cages (unless otherwise stated) are non-branded items. These non-branded cages come from the same supplier who specializes in cages and has been supplying us for about 8 years. This supplier is very reliable and has always provided us with good quality stock which you can trust.
Q. Are these cages safe if my bird chews the bars?
A. There is nothing specifically dangerous about the paint or the bars of these cages as far as we know. We have been selling these cages for years and have never had a report of a bird being poisoned after chewing the bars. However, we have asked our supplier in the past regarding this issue and they have suggested that eating metal or paint is not natural or healthy and has the potential to cause some harm or even serious harm to your bird's health. If this is the case you might want to consider either trying to alter the birds chewing habits by adding other more safer items to chew or consider moving the bird to another cage.
Q. Could you please tell me if the bars of this cage are powder coated, plastic covered or painted?
A. According to the manufacturer, all their cages are powder coated.
Q. What cages would you suggest for large parrots like Cockatoos?
A. We currently have 2 cages for larger parrots and they are the 0667 and 0797 (8/12/17)
Disclaimer: Please do not consider any information on this page or website as expert advice. Always seek expert advice before using any of our products or caring for any pets or plants. Always read and follow all instructions on the product's label ahead of any other source of information, even ahead of information on this page that may contain errors.
**CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK WITH MORE DUE DEC/JAN** 48 Egg Fully Automatic Incubator with 12 month warranty. Suitable for various types of poultry & bird eggs.
Linseed is a popular element of seed mixes especially canary seed, and is often given by breeders as supplement to help keep their birds in peak condition. An excellent supplement for laying poultry to help produce eggs that are rich in omega-3.