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Budgie Breeding Before breeding any species, it is important to learn as much about the animals, their personalities and the best practices to follow for responsible and ethical breeding prior to making the commitment to take on the responsibility.

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You are quite young so hopefully when you had the prior pair that had two successful clutches you had the support and input of your parents at that time? Are they helping you at this juncture as well?

Please recognize that simply because you had a budgie that raised a successful clutch or two does not mean you have either the knowledge or experience to handle unforeseen circumstances that may (and often do) arise when a budgie breeds.
This is especially true when the budgies in question are not old enough to be safely bred

There are both Avian Vets and Exotic Vets in your area.
Although they may be a distance away, they would still be accessible to you and I strongly recommend you contact one for assistance.

Brack Animal Hospital
Darlene House
2621 Howard Ave
Windsor, N8X 3W7
Phone: 519 966-1020
Fax: 519 966-4745

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Have you read the information regarding a Healthy Diet for your Budgies?

A Healthy Diet for your Budgie

Quality Seed Mix

Cuttlebones and Mineral Blocks/Manu Clay Roses

A budgie can lay eggs even when not in condition.
If the budgie has not yet incubated the egg(s) for three full days, the best thing you can do is remove the eggs, remove the nest box and separate the male and female.
Put the two cages in separate rooms where the two budgies cannot see one another.
Play music in both rooms so they do not hear one another and ensure you rearrange the females cage frequently.

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It's also worth remembering that budgies are affected by your own moods. If you are stressed and anxious while they are split up, they will be as well.
As you've indicated that your budgies did eat when they were split up last time, it's fair to guess that they weren't starving and will eat comfortably if you keep calm and let them settle in the new arrangement.
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