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Post: A Question about Qyster Shells?

Posted by Donna on 2/28/05

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    Hello,

    I have a quaker, and every now and then she produces eggs,
    because of my male lovebird, they are the best of pals,
    lol, and sometimes things go a little to far around mating
    season, and she produces eggs, Ofcourse i try everything to
    prevent this but they love eachother to death and i cant
    keep them seperated to long, they go nuts, they are not in
    the same cage naturally, but they hang out together all day
    with me and on their playgym. Now i know i have to keep her
    calcium supply high around these times, with High calcium
    veggies, and other supplements. But i was wondering about
    oyster shells, because they say not to give your birds grit
    and i was wondering if this was a similar effect as grit,
    the reason i would give her this is for the high calcium in
    it ofcourse, because sometimes she just dont wanna eat the
    veggies, and i get worried. So if you can tell me if this
    is safe and a good idea please let me know, and i will pick
    up a container, Thanks in advance!!

    Donna



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  • A Question about Qyster Shells?, 2/28/05, by Donna.
  • Re: A Question about Qyster Shells?, 2/28/05, by Kitty.J.
  • Re: A Question about Qyster Shells?, 2/28/05, by Michael L.
  • Re: A Question about Qyster Shells?/Michael, 2/28/05, by Kitty.J.
  • Re: A Question about Qyster Shells?/Michael, 2/28/05, by Michael L.
  • Re: A Question about Qyster Shells?/Kitty, 2/28/05, by Michael L.
  • Re: A Question about Qyster Shells?/Michael.L, 3/01/05, by Kitty.J.
  • Re: A Question about Qyster Shells?, 3/01/05, by SandyC.
  • Re: Qyster Shells?/Michael, 3/01/05, by LindaC in OK.
  • Re: Qyster Shells?/Michael /Linda, 3/01/05, by Michael L.