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Posted by Debbie on 2/20/06

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    IF a young bird has polyoma and died from it wouldnt the
    rest of the babies from the same parents have it and die
    as well or am I just over worried.
    I raised and sold 4 young cockatiels and one was only at
    its new house for a week and it died. They were all 8
    weeks old and eating great and all seemed fine. The other
    3 are fine as far as I know from this weeks info on them.
    I have raised many cockatiels over the years and never had
    any problems but found out some breeder (not close to me)
    has had birds with this so I happened to read on it a
    little and it kinda scared me after this baby died. It
    could be nothing and the baby just got too cold where its
    cage is at its new house but I needed to ask about the
    other babies. Wouldn't they die as well if this was
    Polyoma?? Would a baby die if its too cold in a cage by a
    window? I have never had this happen before but I dont put
    my birds by windows because I have always heard its not
    good in case of a draft especially the young ones.
    Any help woud be great.
    Thanks :0)
    Debbie



Posts on this thread, including this one
  • Polyoma question, 2/20/06, by Debbie.
  • Re: Polyoma question, 2/21/06, by Fran.
  • Re: Polyoma question, 2/21/06, by Michael L.
  • Re: Polyoma question, 2/21/06, by Debbie.
  • Re: Polyoma question, 2/21/06, by Michael L.
  • Re: Polyoma question, 2/21/06, by D.
  • Re: Polyoma question, 2/21/06, by Debbie.
  • Re: Polyoma question, 2/24/06, by Debbie.
  • Re: Polyoma question/ to Michael L., 2/24/06, by Fran .
  • Re: Polyoma question/ to Fran, 2/24/06, by Michael L.
  • Re: Polyoma question/ to Fran, 2/25/06, by Debbie.
  • Re: Polyoma question/Michael L., 2/25/06, by Fran .
  • Re: Polyoma question/Michael L., 2/25/06, by Michael L.
  • Re: Polyoma question/Michael L., 2/25/06, by Debbie.