Hello all. I am hoping that by posting this here, I can get some answers/insite on my current situation. I have a baby rose breasted cockatoo. He was hatched 4/4/18, which puts him at almost 10 weeks. He's still with the breeder. For the past few days (3?) He's been really unenthusiastic about his formula feedings. Refusing them completely 2 days in a row. He was gaining every time I visited and weighed him (crop empty each time). Yesterday morning he took a feed but would not pump for it and then shook about 5 to 10cc of formula all over the plexiglas and me (and the feeder). Today was the same, they seemed to want to leave it up to me, but I told them they are the experts, so if they thought he needed the feeding, to do it. After, he was very grumpy and had formula all over his face, head, neck and chest. Should I ask the breeder to skip feedings and see how he does with weights? He won't pump on the syringe anymore at all. I asked today what they think wean time will be, and the guy that feeds said 3 more weeks probably. He's been eating his pellets and fruits and veggies really really well, but again, was only hatched 4/4, so I want what's best for him. Even they have noticed he's not interested in formula, but still.... force, I guess is what it seems like... it on him. The other babies go crazy at the sight of the feeders, and he did in the beginning, too. Now he doesn't even glance up when he hears the others go crazy, he just eats his pellets or shreds his kiwi slice, which is his current favorite thing to eat.