Breeder or Economical Cages*
Playtop or Open Top Cages ... Small to Medium-sized Bird Cages ... Cages for Cockatiels / Lovebirds & Like-sized Birds ... Medium-to-Large Sized Bird Cages for Larger Conures up to Macaws ... Bird Flights & Aviaries ... Aviary Photos / Indoor Setups ... Build Your Own Cage
Featured below are "economy options" for small birds. If you are looking to accommodate larger breeding birds, or are seeking specialty set-ups and/or higher quality - you may want to visit the below links:
- Flight Cages / Aviaries for some nice communal breeder cage options.
- Double / Triple / Quad Stacked Cages
- Side-by-side, Split-level or Double Flight Cages
Top Pick for "Practical" The next series of "square" cages are popular breeding cages. They are my favorites for raising babies and keeping as spares for "emergencies" and quarantaining birds. They are stackable, which is great for multi-bird households; they are light and easy to clean.
The 30x18x18 cage is large enough to house a couple of cockatiels, or makes a great breeding cage for a couple of lovebirds or budgies. Put some nice twigs (non-toxic of course), toys and "interesting elements" and you could have a fun home for a couple of finches as well ... Lots of uses for this inexpensive cage. Matching stands are also available and listed below.
Cage with Dividers or Not? I would not recommend the cages with dividers as breeding cages -- once divided, each section is too small to provide appropriate "living space" for a bird. However, I like these particular cages to separate chicks. When all the chicks are hatching and you pull them for handfeeding you run out of space quickly and you might want to separate the larger chicks from the smaller, delicate ones. Those cages work great for that purpose. For breeding purposes, the standard 30 x 18 x 18 without dividers work best.
Prevue Pet Products Stack & Lock Dbl Breedr 4Cs