Thanks for the replies!
Darn, I was hoping they weren't breeding lol. I guess I can add "fake GCC eggs" to the shopping list
They were on a seed diet until they moved into our house. We've made some good diet progress and their current feeding schedule is this: fruit/veggie chop first thing, followed by TOPS pellets left during the day while I'm at work, fruit/veggies after work, followed by small amount of seeds and pellets available until bedtime. I guess I would likely need to add supplements - any suggestions where to purchase those?
My poor husband is going to have fits.... breeding season.... I have broody chickens and turkeys in the barn - he's going to roll his eyeballs if I end up with broody birds in the house too
*IF* they end up laying eggs - what is the best thing to do? Replace the eggs with fakes and let them sit until they give up on the nest when they don't hatch? Is there a way (or is it advisable) to discourage them from sitting?
My fingers are crossed that they are not breeding and are not going to lay eggs, but I want to be prepared - just in case