|Top Ingredients||Corn, Hulled White Proso Millet, Safflower...||Corn, Hulled White Proso Millet, Soybean Meal...||Corn, Hulled White Proso Millet, Safflower...||Corn, Hulled White Proso Millet, Safflower...||Corn, Soybean Meal, Wheat Flour...|
|Bird Type||Cockatiel, Conure, Lovebird, Parakeet||Cockatiel, Conure, Lovebird, Parakeet||Conure||African Grey, Amazon, Conure, Parrot||Cockatiel, Conure, Lovebird, Parakeet|
|Food Form||Treats||Treats||Treats||Birdseed, Pellets, Treats||Cake|
|Food Flavor||Fruits & Vegetables||Fruits & Vegetables||Fruits & Vegetables||Fruits & Vegetables||Fruits & Vegetables|
What can I say the birds love these and chewy has a better price.
thumbs up ...my flock like them very much... what more can I say to get to 50 characters
My lovebirds gobble this food up. I use it as a treat now more than a staple. If Chewy sells a larger size I will have to get that one.
I had high hopes, thought my cockatiels would like as well as the honey sticks that either break in shipping or end up in the bottom of the cage after a few days, but they wouldn't even try these in their bowl-even avoided like they were scary stuff-I am about ready to give up on treats as they are too expensive to throw out for the wild birds and my birds are super picky about anything new
The nutri-berries were so stale or old, my birds couldn't even break them up to eat.
We give her as Snack a couple times a day. It’s a good lure so I can take her food bowl out of cage to fill so she doesn’t unexpectedly “should” her way out.
A friend of mine, who has ten birds in her home, recommended this to me and my parakeet. She said All her birds love it. I can only add that mine does too. One suggestion: for smaller birds, crumble up the cluster with your fingers into much smaller bits.
My bird is so picky but absolutely loves these little balls.
We have a finicky female plum-headed parakeet, and this is the only dry pellet type food she'll eat. I've tried other brands and she turns up her cute little beak at them.
My five parakeets devour these. As soon as I put them in the cage they dig in.