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Date Posted: 00:23:06 03/26/10 Fri
Author: Kristin
Author Host/IP: 97.90.233.138
Subject: Suppliments for growing back feathers?

Fred my male button has been plucked mostly bald by his mate, only feathers on his legs and wings. I want to separate him for a while to give him a chance to grow his feathers back in. He has a number of very short pin feathers but they aren't getting longer, possibly to her picking at them.

Are there any suppliments I can or should give him to help with feather growth? I know a lot of people use things are their cockatiels (which is what I mainly own) but I don't know if the same can be used on buttons.

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