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Date Posted: 11:39:47 04/11/12 Wed
Author: Diane
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Subject: Re: male attacks female
In reply to: koryn 's message, "male attacks female" on 16:17:21 04/09/12 Mon


It sounds as though your female is brooding; trying to sit and hatch her eggs. I hope you are "up" for having baby chicks. If she is staying mostly with her eggs, she will occasionally get off the eggs to eat and drink, but will mostly stay with her eggs so there won't be much time for him to peck; okay for you to leave them together. If she ever seems to abandon her eggs, you'll want to remove her into a separate cage for a while until her head heals.

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