georgie_leato

How Much To Expect

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hi, i was just wondering how much money should be spent on a breeding cage. I live on the central coast and could only find a triple breeding cage for $170. Is this too much or a good price? and does anyone know where to buy breeding cages near me.

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Buy what is called a flight cage. 60cms by 40cms by 40cms. These are regularly available anywhere between $30 and $50

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Buy what is called a flight cage. 60cms by 40cms by 40cms. These are regularly available anywhere between $30 and $50

 

 

okay kool, thats a bit cheaper :P

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Hi Georgie, Greens Avian supplies supply all of what you will need and have good prices, They are members of the central coast club too. you can Email them on , birdsup@optusnet.com.au. . I have their phone number if you want , just Pm me .

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Hi Georgie, Greens Avian supplies supply all of what you will need and have good prices, They are members of the central coast club too. you can Email them on , birdsup@optusnet.com.au. . I have their phone number if you want , just Pm me .

 

 

k thanks :)

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Hello,if you can be patient and hold off buying breeding cabinets for aprox 4 weeks you can have the ones i used this year.They are made of melamine eight in all ,i have one pair still breeding ,after they have finished i will give them a scrub and let you know,we live aprox 2 and half hours apart you will have to organize someone to collect them though.I have about 4 new wire cage fronts you can have as spares also "all free no charge" cheers Phill

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Hello,if you can be patient and hold off buying breeding cabinets for aprox 4 weeks you can have the ones i used this year.They are made of melamine eight in all ,i have one pair still breeding ,after they have finished i will give them a scrub and let you know,we live aprox 2 and half hours apart you will have to organize someone to collect them though.I have about 4 new wire cage fronts you can have as spares also "all free no charge" cheers Phill

 

 

Hi Phil. I see Georgie is looking for breeding cages. You say you are 2 and a half hours but in what direction.

 

I live on the Central coast too. But travel around a bit. Maybe we can organise to pick them up.

 

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Hi Georgie, Greens Avian supplies supply all of what you will need and have good prices, They are members of the central coast club too. you can Email them on , birdsup@optusnet.com.au. . I have their phone number if you want , just Pm me .

 

Hi Mat. I see you have a link to Central Coast club on your post.

 

I have posted on there a few times and gave up waiting for a response.

 

When is the next club meeting?

 

.Cheers Phil.

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Hello Humphrey,south from the central coast near Mittagong.I am guessing it's roughly two and a half hours,i have not finished with them yet i will let you know when i have cheers Phill

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Hi Mat. I see you have a link to Central Coast club on your post.

 

I have posted on there a few times and gave up waiting for a response.

 

When is the next club meeting?

 

.Cheers Phil.

 

Hi Phil, I have only seen one Post from you on that site and I believe that Mark replied to your Question. " The Meetings are on every second Tuesday of the month", Which is next Tuesday.

 

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Hi Mat. I see you have a link to Central Coast club on your post.

 

I have posted on there a few times and gave up waiting for a response.

 

When is the next club meeting?

 

.Cheers Phil.

 

Hi Phil, I have only seen one Post from you on that site and I believe that Mark replied to your Question. " The Meetings are on every second Tuesday of the month", Which is next Tuesday.

 

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Thanks Mat I saw that. I felt there wee some other posts.

I have to go to Newcastle next week. Maybe the next one.

 

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I use cages similar to this I don't see a size in the description unless I missed it but mine are 30" long 18 Wide and 18 Deep I get them at bird fairs for about $20.00 Each I have many of them I use them for Lovebirds, Budgies, My son is using 2 of mine for his ringneck doves, I've used them as temp cages for cockatiels as well. Also I don't colony breed so its only for the 1 pair of birds per Each cage I own ;)

 

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