Alexandrine Breeding

Niaz

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Hi!

I have 6 to 7 years old Alexandrine pair which did twice infertile eggs. Should I replaced male with another pair?
I just bought another Alexandrine male and female approximately of same age.
Should I replaced male of the infertile eggs laying female and can placed other male and female alone in other cage?

Should I keep them alone in the cage 1st or just exchanged males?

Please advice.:green:

Thanks
 

Noahs_Birds

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Take out all the nesting boxes and give the birds a good 6 month break. Feed them heaps of good food high in protein and calcium and put the nesting boxes back in after the 6 months. If they have infertile eggs again, keep the new pair together and breed a male from them and the male you breed from them you can swap with the male from the old pair
 
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Niaz

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Take out all the nesting boxes and give the birds a good 6 month break. Feed them heaps of good food high in protein and calcium and put the nesting boxes back in after the 6 months. If they have infertile eggs again, keep the new pair together and breed a male from them and the male you breed from them you can swap with the male from the old pair

Thanks. I tried to put them together before your message now both the females keep chasing and attacking the new males.

I actually switched both males. I will keep the same pairing tomorrow again; I think it will take some time for the new :green:pairing.

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