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Date:4/21/2014 4:48:36 AM
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HELLO FROM DAISY'S AND LUCY'S MOMMY
Hi Hannah, I forgot to mention that if you want to have your bird sexed, you can go on line to: www.avianbiotech.com and request a sex identification kit. They'll send it right out to you. Then when you go to buy your bird, you can ask the person there to trim one of the little quaker's nails to get a drop of blood from it and they can put it on the ID card. Then you just mail it back to Avian Biotech with a check for $19.50, I believe. It will say on your instructions. And in about a week to 10 days you'll get your results. It's very easy. For some reason I like to know my bird's sex. Maybe it doesn't matter to you, but I thought I'd give you the info anyway, just in case. I'll be looking forward to hearing about the new "baby". Susan
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