Lafeber Pellet-Berries Sunny Orchard Parrot Food

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  • 81% nutritionally-optimized pellets and 19% real fruits and natural grains equals a 100% delicious, balanced diet.
  • The unique shape and size encourages foraging behavior and makes mealtime fun while providing mental stimulation and reducing boredom.
  • Omega-3 and 6 fatty acids promote healthy skin and feathers, while essential chelated minerals are quickly absorbed for maximum benefit.
  • Made and hand-packed in the USA on the Lafeber farm using sulfite-free vegetables and fruits; naturally flavored and preserved.
  • Veterinarian developed to deliver exceptional nutrition; can be served as a complete diet or an engaging, healthy treat.

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Top IngredientsCorn, Soybean Meal, Wheat Flour...Cracked Corn, Hulled White Proso Millet, Red Millet...Hulled White Proso Millet, Corn, Oat Groats...Corn, Hulled White Proso Millet, Safflower...Corn, Hulled White Proso Millet, Red Millet...
Bird TypeParrot, African Grey, AmazonParrotParrot, African Grey, AmazonParrot, African Grey, Amazon, ConureParrot
Food FormSeed & Grain BlendTreatsTreatsTreats, Birdseed, PelletsTreats
Food FlavorFruits & VegetablesFruits & VegetablesFruits & VegetablesFruits & VegetablesFruits & Vegetables
Special DietNon-GMO

Questions & Answers

1 Customer Questions


How long would one bag of these last for a ring neck?
Answer by ChewyMar 31, 2019
The length of time a bag lasts will depend upon how much if fed daily. It's recommended to offer 8-14 berries per day, being sure that your bird always has food available. Crumble if necessary for bird's preference or size. To transition, crumble berries into bird's regular diet, and offer whole pieces as well. Reduce the amount of previous diet while increasing berries. Weigh bird daily on a gram scale (kitchen scale). If weight loss of more than 10%, resume previous diet and begin again.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cindy on Jul 10, 2022

Loves them

My parrot loves these. It is a good way to give him a treat plus pellets.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By TOConsumer on Jul 6, 2020

Love the product, but hate the packaging

The product is a combination of the nutrition of pellets with the good taste of NutriBerries, which my birds just love. The problem is the packaging-- The soft sided bag leads to lots of the berries ending up pulverized or broken into pieces.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Marie on Aug 25, 2020

Pellet-Berries Are Delicious!

They have our flock's vote! Very tasty and they are NEVER tossed to the floor!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By vinny on May 14, 2020

my parrots love these

These are great! They are healthy, perfect for overweight birds. My budgie had a tumor due to being on a all seed diet, vet told me to feed her these & within a month, the fatty tumor was gone!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Marsha on Oct 15, 2019

BERRY BERRY GOOD

A bowl full of premium food is always available, but a berry here and there are an awesome and healthy treat. It is fun to watch my greys eat them, and they seek them out of their seed bowl...life is short you need some variety..they love them.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By SusieQ on Nov 25, 2019

Great food

These nuggets are a wonderful treat for your parrot. My yellow nape loves them. She digs them out of her food dish as quickly as possible.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By TRey62 on May 12, 2019

Training parrots to eat pellets

Having started with Lafeber Nutri-berries Sunny Orchard and then introducing Lafeber Avi cakes Sunny Orchard, this is the next step. Work slowly, with at least six months or longer, then introduce Pellet Berries to the mix. I have a Sun Conure, 2 Green Cheek Conures, and a Blue Crown conure, and all four have welcomed this gradual transition to pellets with this method using Lafeber products. Next step is to omit Avi Cakes, then Nutri-Berries, and have my bird gang strictly on Pellet Berries. However, I do recommend that everyone continue with fresh greens, shredded carrots or favorite veggies, rice, cooked beans, fruits, etc. Keep it healthy and interesting. My bird gang loves Lafeber products!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By oreo on Sep 28, 2019

My African grey

My parrot loves this food. I keep my bird food in a container in the fridge. No bugs.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By MichelleB on Apr 10, 2019
Top 1000 Contibutor

These are great - bird loves them!

My Amazon loves these! I just wish Lefeber made them in the El Paso, Garden Veggie, and Tropical Fruit flavors, as they do their regular Nutri-berries!


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By BeagleShep on Dec 18, 2018
Top 250 Contributor

Look out for pantry moths!!!

While I’m sure my parrot would have loved these, right before I fed them I noticed a spider web like substance in the corner of the bag. As someone who just got rid of a terrible swarm of pantry moths from a box of (what we thought was) bad milkbones, I knew if I looked inside I would find larvae or moths themselves, and I did. These pests can be hard to get rid of and eat anything they can touch, including other pet food. I’m so glad I noticed them before feeding because I don’t want to go through that again, and I also hope that my first swarm wasn’t from a different bag from this brand as I did start feeding them around that time.