|Top Ingredients||Ground Corn, Ground Wheat, Soybean Meal...||Ground Corn, Ground Wheat, Soybean Meal...||Basmati Rice, Organic Green Split Peas, Organic Hulled Millet...||Ground Wheat, Ground Corn, Corn Gluten Meal...||Basmati Rice, Organic Hulled Millet, Organic Yellow Split Peas...|
|Bird Type||Budgie, Canary, Finch, Parakeet, Parrotlet||Budgie, Canary, Cockatiel, Conure, Lovebird, Parakeet, Parrotlet||African Grey, Amazon, Cockatiel...||African Grey, Amazon, Cockatiel...||African Grey, Amazon, Cockatiel...|
|Food Form||Crumble||Crumble||Dehydrated, Grains||Powder||Dehydrated, Grains|
|Special Diet||—||—||Human-Grade, Organic, Vegetarian, Non-GMO||—||Organic, Vegetarian, Non-GMO|
|Health Feature||—||—||Brain Health, Heart Care, Circulatory Care||Digestive Health||Brain Health, Heart Care, Circulatory Care|
|Food Flavor||—||—||Fruits & Vegetables||—||Fruits & Vegetables|
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The baby budgies I'm raising LOVE this. They had kind of grazed here and there on another brand but they chow down on this one. ***Pro tip for owners of seed hogs. Keep their seed in the cage and when they come out during the day, close up their cage and sprinkle pellets and greens wherever they hang out and play. Foraging instincts will kick in and they will try it.
Ordered Nibbles since Mini Maintenance pellets were out of stock. With our Lovebirds sadly this product size & structures is more waste than food.
My Zebra finches are used to eating pelleted food. In fact, they transitioned from a seed diet a couple of years ago, very easily. I've fed Lafeber's, Zupreem, and now Roudybush, after almost running out of Zupreem Natural. I was a bit afraid that they'd shun the Roudybush, which I bought because I needed food for them after our shipment was weather delayed. As usual, nothing escapes my birds. They knew something was different. But, after watching the food carefully for about 20 minutes (to make sure it didn't bite back), my guys happily started munching on the new cuisine. They seem quite happy with the Roudybush. The pellets are about the same size as the Zupreem Natural for small birds. Nutritionally, they're quite similar. However, I was a bit put off by the list of ingredients on the Zupreem Natural when I read through them; it contains sugar. I don't know how I missed it. Finches eat fruit, so they're no strangers to sugar, which provides carbs for energy. However, fruits contain fructose, not sucrose. I'm a biochemist. I prefer by birds eat fructose rather than sucrose. Since I offer my guys fresh veggies and fruits, they get it the best way possible, unrefined. So, I'm considering sticking with Roudybush permanently, while offering a very small amount of quality seeds every once in a while, and fresh fruits and vegetables. My Ricky and Lucy currently have a 4 egg clutch that they're incubating. They're due to hatch this week. The babies will be raised on Roudybush. The photo below, is of George and Gracy, taken a year ago with a clutch of 8 (!)
I'm waiting for my Indian Ringnecks to hatch... I have a full pantry for all stages of ther precious life.
Awesome quality pellets, my cockatiels love these. This size is perfect (not too big, not too small). I use this as their main food everyday, with seeds and veggies thrown in. My vet recommended this brand, worth a try
My canaries and parakeets love it! It is so much healthier than seed! And it has no hulls!
I got this for my cockatiel and she loves it! She likes these better than the ones recommended for her size . It was hard to transition her to them but now she eats them up. Packaging is great, thick bag.
I very much hoped my canary would like this so he'd get maximum nutrition with minimal waste. I went by the good reviews and bought it but it wound up being a waste of my money!
22 birds in my flock and they all love this product what more can I say