Posted by Connie on 9/06/08
I totally agree with Greylady. I use shredded white, pure
computer paper in the bottom of my girls' cages but I couldn't
have said it any better. Connie
On 9/04/08, GreyLady wrote:
> No, don't take them from her as long as they are undamaged.
> Removing them before she abandons them can cause her to lay
> more to replace them, further depleting her calcium, leading
> to egg binding. But yes, for sure, if you have a nest box
> there, get rid of it and put her eggs in something that is
> wide open like a large bowl, or similar, lined with paper
> towels. The darkness and privacy of a nestbox encourages
> laying whereas a wide open container will not.