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Q. I have a pair of cocktail birds. What the medicine to increase their breding ability?

A. There is no specific medicine to increase their breeding ability. Instead, feed them excellent quality food, such as Harrison's bird diet, and make sure they have a roomy cage with plenty of toys and nesting areas so they are in optimal health to produce healthy chicks.

Answered By
DEBI MATLACK

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