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Old 10-01-2020, 11:44 AM
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Re: Stainless Steel Cages

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I would kill for a pile of mesquite branches like that!
All of those are not mesquite some are other bird safe woods. I make use of all the wood I harvest. I have buckets of smaller branches that I give them as foot toys. I would be embarrassed I think to show much wood I have gather up this past year. When I see neighbors cutting trees and if I like what I see (right size and bird safe tree) I will offer to haul off the wood for them so I can go through it for what I want. If I see a pile of wood by the road side I will stop and ask for some of it.

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She could sell them on Ebay!!!
You think? I mean at the current moment I don't have the time for it but maybe once the house it put back together I might. What do you think it would be worth? Branches and boxes of cut, any idea?
I dont know idea of what to charge. But many people don't have access to wood like you do. and there is such a lack of nice wood for medium and large parrots. So I think there is a market for sure. But would they find you on ebsy i don't know?? You might talk private bird stores into selling it? I absolutely think people would want!

I have crepe myrtle trees so I can cut big branches, my parakeet and GCC and quakers love big branches, even ones so large i can't close my hand around!
Yeah crepe myrtle trees are nice I have taken down a few of those and they have long thin perches great for my little ones. I only got a few bigger pieces but there are a lot of crepe myrtle trees around this area and pecan trees, oak trees, sycamore trees, sweet gum, mesquite trees, desert willow trees.

Thank you for the idea I really appreciate it and I will be giving it some thought.
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