Hello, Thanks a bunch for the info. I will try a few different
things and see how it goes ;0)
On 7/10/05, Stacy wrote:
> Are you sure they are mating? Is the male and the female
> sitting on the eggs? Perhaps you need a different male? If
> you get a different singer, it may jumpstart the pair.
> One a different note, I couldn't tell you anything much
> different then what the books say. If anything, it could be a
> lack of nutrition. Eggs, eggfood, cilantro, kale, parsley,
> chives and giving them juice from "Bolt House Farms" (in the
> refrigerated produce section) called "Vedge" with tomato,
> carrot and other juices either in a seperate cup or mixed
> with their eggs, is a good idea. The vitamins A and C in the
> veggies and the calcium in the eggs (with the shells in) make
> a big difference.
> My finches like just the juice and drink it by itself, but I
> don't know about canaries. If yours do not like Vedge, there
> are some sweeter ones with blueberries, raspberries, apple,
> ext, which my cocktiels prefer, and they are all fortified
> with vitamins. They are pasturised(sp?) because they are
> completely natural and have a very short shelf-life, so make
> sure you get one with the farthest date from the day you get
> On 7/08/05, Debbie wrote:
>> I have a few books but they just dont seem to help too much
>> about breeding my canaries. I have other birds, but my
>> canaries...... I just need to know more about. I have had
>> them for 2 years together and eggs were laid a few times
>> but thats as far as we got.
>> If you have a good canary site please share it also.