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What is the Body Language of Jako Parrots?

Understanding the body language of parrots is very important in terms of preventing unwanted events and determining the health status of the parrot. The movements of the Jakos and the understanding of the signs they have given before are very important in the proper communication with them. That is why we will give you information that will help you get to know your jako parrot and guide you in this sense; Aggression Embossing the whole body hair (an effort to look bigger and more dangerous) Lifting one foot forward Continuous…

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Jako Parrots Hair Removal and Reasons

One of the most frequently complained subjects of pagan feeders is the problem of plucking. The problem of plucking is most common in Congo jacos, parrots and cockatoo species. One of the most obvious causes of hair removal problem is discomfort, unbalanced nutrition and psychological factors. Liver and kidney diseases Bacterial and viral diseases Parasitic and fungal infections Unbalanced nutrition (vitamin A, calcium deficiency) Cigarette smoke Wrong wing cutting Hormonal instability Insufficient humidity and insufficient daylight Steady, narrow, small cage and change of living space New house, new cage, entering…

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How to Tell Gender in Jako Parrots?

Although the gender discrimination of jacos is estimated from some external symptoms, DNA testing or endoscopy is required for 100% accurate results. For the DNA test performed abroad, the process takes place by sending 2-3 pieces of breast or wing feather of the jacket. The cost of the test ranges from approximately 100-150 euros. In the endoscopy procedure, besides the gender of the jacket, it provides information on age and reproduction (age, infertility, number of ovulation, etc.). Unfortunately, the inadequacy of veterinarians in our country makes it difficult to use…

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How should Jako Parrot Feed be?

Witte Molen, which is very useful for the healthy development of Jako parrots and is readily available on the market. Parrot feed mixes produced by Sacchi, Bonnie, Champions and Vitakraft are suitable for jako parrots. A similar feed can be prepared by mixing the seeds sold outdoors, but the important thing here is that the materials must be clean and free of dust. A sample feed mixture should be as follows: 65% black azwhite sunflower seeds 3% wheat 9% oats 5% corn (soft) Cannabis% 3 5% shelled peanuts 3% vetch…

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The Most Common Diseases in Jako Parrots

Common cold infections – Seasonal temperature changes are the most common causes of drafts. Symptoms include colds, sneezing, wheezing, difficult breathing and runny nose. Newcastle disease dür A type of disease that can be viral and fatal. The disease can be transmitted from raw egg shell or sparrow feces. Symptoms include loss of appetite, fever, difficulty breathing, diarrhea, reversal of the head, loss of balance, inflammation of the eyelids, cramps, and rotation around itself.Psittacose – A disease that develops against bacteria and can be transmitted to humans. In this disease,…

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How Is Parrot Feed Prepared?

What feeds does parrots like? Parrot feeds you can prepare at home? Yes, as you can guess, in this article, we will give you information that will answer these questions. Nutrition of parrots is very important for their healthy life and requires care. In this sense, it is possible to prepare parrot feed in a very economical and easy way that parrots will love and prepare at home. The ingredients below cover almost all the nutrients that any parrot needs. These products are also available in ready-to-sell feeds. But preparing…

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Baby parrot care

Baby parrots become very sensitive until the age of 1, so they get infected very quickly and get sick. You should be very careful when feeding a newborn parrot. First of all, the environment and feeds of the parrot should be clean. You should clean the parrot’s cage regularly with apple cider vinegar. *How to feed parrots?Baby parrots should be fed with flowers, plant seeds, salt-free seeds, green leafy vegetables and fruits. But do not feed the parrot to the parsley because it can get stuck in his throat. You…

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