Macaw & Cockatoo Egg Sizes Vary Widely. Please measure your live egg before ordering.
Vet Approved Way to Control Your Bird's Egg Laying Cycle Safely, Naturally, Quickly!
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HOW TO USE DIRECTIONS included with purchase.
Realistic Solid Non-toxic White Plastic 1 7/8" x 1 1/2" (4.8 x 3.8 cm)
Weight: 1 oz. / 28 grams
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Large Macaw, Hyacinth, Cockatoo: Clutch 2 / Incubation 28 Days
The DummyEggs® brand fake Large Parrot eggs, provide an efficient, fast, and natural tool to control breeding and egg laying in large parrots. Our realistic, solid white, non-toxic plastic eggs, are modeled after real eggs, are made in the USA, and measure 1-7/8" long by 1-1/2" across (4.8 x 3.8cm). They are a perfect match for Large Macaws and Cockatoos. DummyEggs® bird egg reproductions are used to control egg laying by replacing live eggs. Breeders often use dummy eggs to increase chick survival this way. Please read our important directions included with your order carefully, there is a lot of information provided for your success in using DummyEggs®.
The Topics Covered Are: What are DummyEggs? — Do birds count their eggs? — Should I replace live eggs one by one? — How do I create a nest bowl? — When do I remove the DummyEggs? — What is broody behavior? — How long before the egg laying cycle starts over again? — Are they safe for my bird? — How do I clean my DummyEggs? — What are reasons for rejection? — Are giant droppings normal? — What the difference between fertile and infertile? — Can DummyEggs help serious avian health conditions?
Create a nest bowl.
Find a shallow bowl about the length of your parrot. Fill with shredded paper towels or bird safe shredded paper bedding with no odor control. Place dummy eggs in nest bowl and place at bottom of cage or where ever your bird is comfortable. Leave the nest bowl in place for the same number of days that would be a normal incubation for your species and then remove. Clean often.
DummyEggs® manufactures and sells bird supplies to aid in reducing
complications from the natural and ongoing reproductive cycle of female birds.
We are not medical professionals or veterinarians.
Please consult with your avian veterinarian for all health concerns.