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Enter to win a DNA test for your pet bird.

Enter your pet bird for a chance to win a free DNA test!Unsure of your pet bird’s gender — or dead set in your hunch? Put the guessing game behind you once and for all. Ten lucky winners will be chosen from a random drawing and sent a pet bird DNA test from one of the following companies.

  • AMR Laboratories (www.amrlabs.com)
  • Genekam Biotechnology AG (www.aviansexing.com)
  • Animal Genetics (www.avianbiotech.com)
  • HealthGene (www.healthgene.com)
  • Zoogen (www.zoogen.biz)

    We ask that all winners perform the test in a timely matter and according to the lab’s instructions. We will profile winners in a future issue of BIRD TALK Magazine and on BirdChannel.com.

    HOW TO ENTER

    Fill in the required information and send it in an e-mail to BirdChannelEditor. Please place "DNA Test" in the subject line.

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    Mailing address:
    City/State/Zip:
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    All entries must be received by March 15, 2010. Winners will be notified by March 22, 2010.


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    i think this is wonderful to offer pet lovers..as todays prices just bringing them to a vet is horrific. It is a hard species to find out what sex they are unless dna. I rescued My bird was rescued from katrina i always thought she was a girl and gave her girls name...asks like a girl...lol would love to know if she is a boy or girl
    Diane, Superior, WI
    Posted: 3/12/2010 9:12:42 AM
    I was told Baby was a "boy" - but I would love to know for sure. Great contest!
    Sheila, Greensboro, NC
    Posted: 3/11/2010 6:16:27 AM
    I love the idea that you are helping folks know more about their avian friends. I have had all my guys DNA tested. I often help out a good friend that has 4 'tiels and we would love to know about one that we are not sure of gender.
    KIT, Homosassa, FL
    Posted: 2/27/2010 4:29:11 AM
    I not sure what my umbrella cockatoos gender is. I think he's a boy.
    Katy, Worcester, MA
    Posted: 2/26/2010 9:18:10 AM
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