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Old 04-22-2017, 03:58 AM
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So every morning I go through food prep for my small flock.

I enjoy it and the birds love their nice food.

From left to right:

First 3 bowls = Kakariki

My Kakariki Kookie gets a bowl of pellets, a bowl of soft food and a bowl of high quality seed daily.

Two middle bowls = Hahns Macaw

My Hahns Macaw, Ace is just weaning onto solid food and gets a hand feeding in the evening now (due to starting to refuse). So in the morning he gets a handful of parrot mix seed (will be upping the quality as soon as he finishes this packet), handful of maintenance pellets and a handful of the nature's nest pellets in the big silver bowl. He is enjoying that mix now. In the small plastic bowl he gets a 10% soft food mix which he likes and I put in his cage in the morning in place of the morning feeding.

Last four bowls = Budgie pairs

In the two big bowls they get a nice helping of quality seed which they love and then on top of that they have a sprinkling of crushed nature's nest pellets and some egg food. The small bowl is extra groats I leave in the cage for their choice.

All birds get fresh water, twice daily.

I'm finally happy, more or less, with my mix for my flock and the brands I use are the best quality in my country.

Hope you enjoy.

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Very cool It's interesting seeing how other people feed their flocks!
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Well done, Chelsea!
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