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Syko Tika | sakura 03-28-2007 11:14 PM

How old does a parrot have to be to be dna tested?
 
Okay I was wondering how old do they have to be because I have sulfer cockatoo chicks that just started to open their eyes and i want to know the absolute min. age

Jared S 03-28-2007 11:17 PM

Why would you DNA test a BIRD? It a BIRD....You'll spend more on the test than the bird is worth.

firestarter 03-28-2007 11:34 PM

Hey Siko, The Veterinary Diagnostics Center will help you with all your questions. The DNA sexing requires 5 plucked chest feathers or blood from cutting a toe nail to the quick. Call 1-800-625-0874 It costs around 20 dollars and they will send you a certificate and e-mail the results. The kit will be sent to you free of charge with clear instructions. have a great day every day.


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