How many could I get for 12inch long an .5thick? I might order some from Amazon, but If I get a really good deal most likely I'm going to buy from you
I wouldn't waste your money @ amazon. I now have perches from Sarah's shop "Seriously Nutz
" & John's shop "Parrotparaphernalia".
You will actually save money. Both will extensively take you to the best perches for your bird & their needs. I thought I needed a 1" for Buddy & a 1/2 to 3/4 inch is better for his feet. Buddy has some disability issues where he needs very stabilized perches (His sight is bad). Was able to do that with a Manilla rope perch & a zip tie from Sarah's @Macawnutz
shop. The 3rd one I bought from her isn't up yet, but here are pics of the applewood 8" I bought. Tonight is Buddy's 1st night & he's very happy as you can see.
As for John's @JLcribber
perch, I was strapped for money. I wanted the double landing perch but wasn't sure my budget could afford it. John took me to the single landing perch. Buddy doesn't fly much so his exercise is mainly climbing, & hanging. He loves John's perch & its been a great investment that I'm sure will last many years. It's beautiful & well thought out. This is my favorite perch!
I was slow to perchase from our AA vendors. I've had Buddy since 3/2017. He's excelled because of the excellent products that our vendors carry & their great customer service.
I wasted hundreds of dollars on stuff from Amazon. I now wish I could go back in time & change my shopping methods. It would've saved me money & polluted the world a little less because of having to throw out items because they were not proper, were seriously cheap in being made, or like a few supported rope perches (w/ wire inside) broke almost directly out of the packaging. There may be a little more money spent initially on cost buying from our vendors but you will have longevity on your side as long as you properly maintain them. Plus, our vendors take the time to answer your ?'s & find the best fit for your species of bird. It's a win-win. That money you do not spend throwing stuff out, can be put in the bank for when your bird ages & needs more vet care.