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Hampton Breeding Cage System

Hampton Breeding Cage System
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One large cage can be converted into two smaller cages with included divider
Add a stand to these breeding cages for even easier access
Or add on an additional cage with stand and save

Use as two smaller cages or take out dividers to make one large cage! Perfect to use as a breeding cage then convert to one larger cage. Each Divided Cage System (one divided cage that can be converted to two smaller cages)has two front doors and two spring-loaded side doors with slide-lock latches. System includes four 1/2" diameter perches that run the width of the cage, four plastic food/water cups, and two removable metal grilles and metal pans for easy cleaning. Choose Divided Cage System, Divided Cage System plus integrated, 20" high rolling stand, or money-saving Combo: two stackable Divided Cage Systems plus integrated, rolling stand.

The unique benefit of this system is that it allows you to add one or two cages onto it, plus stands, so you can make the system bigger or smaller to fit your needs, from egg to chick to juvenile and adult birds. Sorry, no air service available for these items.

Item #
Cage Size (Inside)
Cage Size (Overall)
Bar Spacing
Divided Cage
Each Side
17-1/2" deep x 18-1/2" wide x 17-1/4" high
18" deep x 19" wide x 20-1/2" high
Entire Cage
17-1/2" deep x 37" wide x 17-1/4" high
18" deep x 37-1/2" wide x 20.5" high
Divided Cage System
with Stand
17-1/2" deep x 37" wide x 17-1/4" high
18" deep x 37-1/2" wide x 40-1/2" high
Combo 2-cage Divided Cage System
17-1/2" deep x 37" wide x 17-1/4" high
18" deep x 37-1/2" wide x 61" high

Please double height measurements for Combo 2-cage system with stand.

Each System includes:

  • two 7" x 9-1/4" front doors
  • two 6-1/4" x 5-1/4" high side doors
  • four 18" x 2" diameter wood perches
  • four plastic 6 oz food or water dishes
  • two removable metal grilles
  • two removable metal pans

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Downloadable Hampton Breeding Cage System Assembly Instruction PDF.
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Use Cage Catcher Liner #611740 with this cage.

Please click on "More Information" for Cage Cleaning Tips.

More Info
Your bird's overall health depends on the cleanliness of his cage. To minimize the time it takes to clean and maintain your bird's surroundings, develop a cleaning schedule, in which tasks are divided into daily, weekly, and monthly undertakings.


  • Replace cage liners.
  • Wipe away any dried-on food or waste.
  • Clean and replenish the food, treat, and water dishes.


  • Thoroughly clean perches, toys, and accessories.

The entire cage should be cleaned at least once a month. To do so, simply empty the cage and:

  • Thoroughly scrub all cage bars with a warm, soapy cloth, or bring the cage outside and hose it down with the spray from a garden hose.
  • Ensure all soap residue is rinsed from the cage and the cage is thoroughly dried before returning it to your bird's environment.
Ratings & Reviews
Your bird's cage should be large enough for her to sit comfortably and move freely within it and spread her wings. The cage bars should be appropriately sized to prevent escape or injury.
Flight requires pet birds to use a complex series of thoughts and actions; it is a great teacher. So, keep your smaller bird cage – it has its place, but do consider adding a flight cage if space and budget permit.
A flight cage is a unique, beautiful and distinctive focal point in any home or office. Owners derive great enjoyment from watching their birds in flight. And, at the same time, their birds enjoy many health-related benefits.
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