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Here’s a thought: Have you given any thought to starting your own backyard bird farm? Let me explain to you why I think it’s a terrific chance for both a part-time or full-time business and why I think it’s worth your time and effort.
The lifespan of small-breed pet birds is rather short. As a result, there is a high demand for birds, as bird-lovers tend to replace their pets several times over. Parakeets, cockatiels, Zebra finches, and lovebirds are the most popular pet bird breeds, although there are many others.
With the right breeding conditions, you can have a monthly income from each of these bird species all year round.
The fact that beginning a home bird company is so simple is also a contributing factor. As soon as you understand the breeding cycle, which reaches sexual maturity between the ages of four and eight months, you may establish a regular breeding schedule.
You can see the potential when you consider that a typical clutch contains four to six eggs, that a breeding couple will lay four to six clutches per year, and that chicks can be sold as young as six to twelve weeks of age.
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to achieve this, either.
Nest boxes, food, and temperature control are all necessary for a backyard bird company because each mating couple produces its own young. During the early stages of your business, a spare room or a storeroom will do just fine.
The federal government is gradually ceasing to allow exotic birds from other regions of the world into North America due to changes in importation laws. Small bird breeding operations now have access to a massive new market. There’s also the fact that there isn’t a huge corporate breeding company, which is another perk.
Most pet stores get their pet birds from local or regional breeders, so you can too. Because the birds you breed can be sold at a young age, you stand to make a substantial profit. Due to their temperature-controlled environment, indoor breeding chambers would not require a specific climate.
Many of your sales will be to pet retailers or bird owners outside your local market, requiring air freight.
Between $500 and $2,000 a month, depending on the breeder’s experience, is the average monthly salary for part-time breeders. More than $50,000 a year is the average annual salary for breeders who work full-time. A breeder, wholesaler, or distributor can expect to make more than $100,000 per year if they want to do so.
It’s also been around for a long time. There has always been a need for birds, and breeders have always profited from it.
When seeking an easy and rewarding part-time or full-time opportunity, starting a backyard bird company could be the correct solution for you. It requires little time, gives you a lot of freedom, and creates good revenue.