|Top Ingredients||Corn, Soybean Meal, Dried Fruit (Pineapple...||Ground Corn, Ground Rice, Shelled Pistachio...||Ground Corn, Ground Wheat, Ground Oat Groats...||White Millet, Safflower, Oats...||Rice Flour, Ground Wheat, Vegetable Glycerin...|
|Bird Type||Conure||Conure||Conure, Parrot||Conure, Lovebird||Conure, Parrot|
|Food Form||Pellets||Birdseed||Pellets||Seed & Grain Blend||Mix|
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They smell good and my green cheek took to them right away. After reading other people’s reviews I decided to store them in the freezer and just take a few days worth out at a time.
This food is probably just fine but my bird won't tuch it. I tried breaking her in on it slowly but it's a no go. I had to try something as her regular food was not available but she won't have anything to do with it. I mixed it with her regular food but she simply sorts threw it and throws this out.
I was skeptical if my green cheek conure will like it. I bought both the Lafeber and Zupreem brands to try out, but my birdie loves this one more. The Zupreem pellets were too hard. Thankfully he doesn’t have any problems transitioning from seeds to pellets.
Arrived quickly and on time but my bird doesn’t have much interest in it,
My conure is smaller than average and she wont eat these pellets coz they’re really big for her. If chewy let us get the one for cockatiels instead that would be great!! Help chewy!! I know sometimes “cockatiel food” can be smaller than conure food since many conures go bigger in size. Attaching a pic for comparison with her previous smaller pellets
My bird won’t eat them. I will however crush them and sneak them into birdie bread.
I love that there is a broader range for these pellets than the original, I have a Senegal and had given him the original pellets for cockatiels, as recommended by lafaeber. The next size up, was a bit large for his beak. These are the perfect size and he seems to be enjoying the flavor, as I’m finding less on the bottom of the cage as compared to the original pellets. They smell a bit better, overall, to me. You also like that the 4lb size does not come in large round tub, but is in a bag. It’s much easier to pour the pellets out without touching them.
Love lafeber food products! Got this for my indian ring neck and he loves it. We hardly needed to transition! He prefers this over his former kaytee feed.
2 of my 3 conures already eat the regular Lafeber pellets but another, and my pionus, doesn’t eat as much as they should. Well they ALL love the new conure gourmet pellets. I’m impressed! My bluecrown still prefers the regular so I’ll be buying 2 types now, yay, lol (I’m including pic of my sun conure jumping in the container)