Posted 22 June 2010 - 08:13 AM
Also, are there any supplements i should give her if she continues this behaviour?
In regards to the fighting with Cuppajoe, could i assume that Dee Dee (definate girl due to egg) fighting and attacking him (not sure) could mean he is a she?ie: Cuppajoe is a girl not a boy as i thought.
Would appreciate feedback on both of these issues.
Posted 22 June 2010 - 11:26 PM
If you want to try and decrease egg-laying, you can try shortening the daylight hours to at least 13 hours a night, this can trick a bird into thinking it is winter and decreases their hormones. You can either cover them up earlier or get them up later.
In regards to the fighting, it would not indicate the sex of Cuppajoe- if they don't like each other, they will fight regardless of their sex. Dee dee would unlikely to be more resentful if Cuppajoe is a girl, they would fight whether a girl or a boy.
Posted 01 July 2010 - 09:01 AM
Another question, Cuppajoe also hates my boyfriend. They were best of friends and then one day out of the blue Cuppajoe just attacked him. Now he gets wild even if my boyfriend walks into the room, which leaves all feeding and cleaning duties up to me.
Posted 01 July 2010 - 09:36 AM
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