Lovebird Parrot Eggs For Sale

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We will ship your order long with a hatching guide. That will assist you throughout the process of hatching, Feeding, and Raising the Babies.

Femalelovebirdslay their eggs from five to 12 after mating. Many lay an egg every other day until they have all been laid. Each clutch usually contains between three and seven eggs.
What temperature should parrot eggs be incubated at?

Incubate the eggs in an incubator designed for parrot or exotic bird eggs. The Theincubatoryou use should have accurate temperature control within one-tenth of one degree, and ideally a system for humidity control. Maintain the temperature at99.3 degrees F, and the humidity at40 to 50 percent.

How long does it take for a parrot egg to hatch?

Incubation Duration. Parrot egg incubation periods can vary by breed but are typically between24-28 days. Some parrot breeds can hatch in as little as18 days. Research your specific breed to find out how long your egg will need to be incubated.
How long can eggs sit before you put them in the incubator?
Turn the eggs to a new position once daily until placed in the incubator. Hatchability holds reasonably well up to3 weeks. Therefore, do not store eggs for more than 3 weeks before incubating.

Lovebird Breeding Basics

Lovebirds are a small type of parrot that are green in the wild but have many color mutations in varieties that are bred as pets. They have a long, hooked beak and a short, blunt tail. Lovebirds get their name from their tendency to form monogamous bonds that can last their entire lifetime. Males and females look alike. While they are affectionate to their mates, they are territorial and aggressive to others they view as intruders, like other birds in the household.

To breed successfully, each breeding lovebird should be healthy and and can start breeding between one and two years old. Make sure to have your lovebirds checked out by a vet prior to breeding to ensure they are healthy.

Nesting Requirements

Lovebirds need a nest box in which to lay their eggs. The proper size nest for a lovebird is about 12 inches on each side, with an entrance hole about three inches in diameter. Proper nesting material, such as shredded paper, should fill the nest box.

Nutritional Requirements

Like all hookbills, lovebirds should be fed a varied diet consisting of pellets, fresh fruits and vegetables, and a small amount of seeds. Breeding-age hens should be placed on a calcium supplement to counteract the nutrients that they lose during egg-laying.

Egg-Laying

Female lovebirds lay their eggs from five to 12 after mating. Many lay an egg every other day until they have all been laid. Each clutch usually contains between three and seven eggs.

Incubation Time

On average, lovebirds incubate their eggs for about 18-24 days. This can vary by a couple of days in either direction. When attempting to calculate future hatch dates, always count forward from the day that you notice the hen begins to sit on the eggs. Sometimes the hen won’t sit until all the eggs of a clutch have been laid, and they all need equal incubation time.

Hatchling Care and Weaning

Most breeders allow the hen to feed the babies from hatching to the age of two or three weeks. After that, the breeders take the babies out of the nest and place them in a brooder for hand-feeding. Most lovebirds need to be hand-fed until they are between six and eight weeks old when you can begin to wean them onto millet, soft pellets, and fresh fruits and vegetables.

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Egg Type

Fischer's lovebird, Red-headed lovebird, Rosy-faced lovebird, Yellow-collared lovebird