The large stainless steel valve is our strongest valve, designed specifically for the larger parrots. It stands up to punishment from macaws, cockatoos, Congo greys, large amazons, etc. This valve is also tough enough to be used by monkeys, dogs, and other large animals.


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Stainless Steel Valve *Valve Only*
Price: $14.95
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These valves are available to set up your own plumbed system for a large aviary using your parts or to change out valves on your existing Bird Butlers or pipe system. The valves come pre-wrapped with tape and are ready to screw in. The large stainless steel valve is designed specifically for the larger parrots. It stands up to punishment from Congo Greys, large Amazons, Macaws, and Cockatoos. Has 1/2" male pipe thread. Price is for valve ONLY.

Stainless Steel Valve Bird Butler 16oz
Price: $41.95
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Item #: BB-SS-16 -

This is the most popular bottle we sell. It has an 8" tube and holds 16 oz. of water. The tube is 2" in diameter. Single Congos, Amazons, Cockatoos.

Stainless Steel Valve Bird Butler 24oz
Price: $42.95
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Item #: BB-SS-24 -

This is the most popular large bird breeder bottle. It has a 12" tube and holds 24 oz. of water. The tube is 2" in diameter. Great for Congo, Amazon, and Cockatoo pairs.

Stainless Steel Valve Bird Butler 32oz
Price: $44.95
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Item #: BB-SS-32 -

This is our largest Bird Butler. It has a 16" tube and holds 32 oz. of water. The tube is 2" in diameter. It is suitable for large Macaw, Amazon, or Cockatoo pairs.

Stainless Steel Valve Bird Butler 7oz
Price: $32.95
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Item #: BB-SS-07 -

This is a no-leak travel bottle for your large birds. It has a 6" tube and holds 7 oz. of water. The tube is 1.5" in diameter.

We recommend the addition of "nesting blocks" to all nest boxes for birds from Senegal size on up. Nest Blocks are soft wood pieces specially cut to approximately ¾" x ¾" x 1 ½" . Place Nesting Blocks into the nest box on top of whatever nesting material you are using, or in larger quantities may be used alone. The smaller the bird, the fewer the blocks, and for larger birds, breeders use more of the blocks as the only nesting material in the box.

The birds pick at the specially cut Nesting Blocks and are less tempted to chew on the Nest Boxes themselves prolonging the life of the box.

Nesting Blocks are ordered by weight.