me too! i'm sure she has more to lay as i can see she looks like there are more eggs to come out soon. Jess has a slight bulge near her vent, the day before she laid her second egg, it was quite noticable.
if they do hatch....i'm not gonna want to give them away ...........i'll want to keep them!!!! but i dont really have space indoors!! ...............i'll just have to get rid of the husband and tv!!! ha ha ha ha ha i hope he doesnt read this!!!
Just to say i bought my birds two lovely bunches of water cress the other day, and none of them are that enammered over it I wont tell them i have made a big batch of Scully egg food special, and it has chopped watercress in it
they love the baby spinach leaves, which has good things in.
Jess is due to lay again to day, but am a bit worried as she looked like she was bobbing her tail, but now she has moved it stopped. She is still very quiet though. i dont know if she is in the process of laying an egg now and if she is having trouble?
She laid the other 2 without problems but like i said earlier ,she hasnt touched the cuttlefish that i know of.
panic over........Jess is ok but she did have another attack of diahorrea ( i never know how to spell that word!!) The vet thinks she may have a tummy bug so has given her anti biotics..............any suggestions of any food i could put it in would be great. i have noticed she isnt eating as much though.
or i'll have to hold her and put it in her mouth!!!!!!
when my birds were laying, i made the a mix, and froze it in an ice cube container, then you just take a cube out each day. Im not an Expert Alexandar, but they did okay on this.
Boiled Egg, and crush the shell finely Egg food, porrage oats(couple of pinches) grated carrot chopped baby spinach/broccolli and a few spoons of bird baby food
mix all up, and add a very tiny amount of olive oil, just enough to bind it, but at the same time, its still quite flakey
put into the ice cube tray. I make a batch these days simular, but without the baby food, then put some in plastic trays, without lids, stack them, cover in cling film and they freeze ready for the avairy birds.