|Top Ingredients||Ground corn, Soybean meal, Ground millet...||Ground corn, Soybean meal, Ground wheat...||Canary Grass Seeds, White Milo, White Proso Millet...||Canary Grass Seeds, Millet, Red Milo...||Ground corn, Soybean meal, Ground wheat...|
|Bird Type||Finch, Parakeet, Canary, Budgie||Canary, Finch||Parakeet, Canary, Finch, Budgie||Parakeet, Finch, Budgie, Canary||Parakeet, Budgie, Parrotlet|
|Food Form||Pellets||Pellets||Seed & Grain Blend||Seed & Grain Blend||Pellets|
|Food Flavor||—||Fruits & Vegetables||—||—||Fruits & Vegetables|
The pellets are more of a medium size. My parakeets ate them soon so there wasnt much waste
Our birds have been eating Zupreem natural for years. Recently too our ring neck to the vet he asked what he ate I told and he said that’s the best food for your birds. For the first time in years it wasn’t available in the size my lovebirds need.
My parakeets love these pellets but chewy sent my 12cans of dog food in the same box as my birds pellets and they arrived smashed into fine powder so I'm really unhappy about that .
My cockatiels love these pellets. I purchase this style over the cockatiel bag, because they prefer the smaller size, but I still grind them into a smaller size with a food processor. My vet recommended these pellets and I'm glad its healthier for my bird. Highly recommend adding pellets to your bird diet along with veggies.
My birds actually eat this. I always hesitate to go full pellet diet (with seed and fruit as treats) but my birds seem to like these pellets. There's always a empty spot in the middle of the dish. I feel good about it because I know it's healthier for my birds than seeds.
We mix these in with other Zupreem pellets (such as the Fruit and Nut Blends) and feed them to our smaller rescue birds. They love them!
Normally, I feed Harrison’s, but bought three bags to try during a buy 2, get 1 free sale at Chewy. My budgies all like this food, and I’ve had the first bag open for a month or so. Today, I noticed there are beetles inside the bag! Now, I am afraid to feed this food, as all 3 bags have the same lot code. I store the bag sealed in a drawer and no other foods I have are affected. It is disappointing, as I thought Zupreem was a high quality brand. I will be switching back to Harrison’s.
Since getting our now one-year old parakeets we have been attempting to get them to eat pellet food (as recommended by bird experts), but to no avail. We recently decided to give ZuPreem Natural for Small Birds a try because of the small "seed-size" pellets and no dyes. We started feeding them ZuPreem Natural about 3-4 weeks ago mixed with a fortified parakeet seed mix. Approximately a 3:1 mixture; pellets to seeds. We placed the seed mix on the bottom of their food bowl then placed a good layer of pellets on top of the seeds so that they were forced to forage through the pellets to get to the seeds. By Week 3, there was absolutely no doubt that they had begun eating the pellets as well as the seeds. Now to get them to eat the fresh veggies / fruits we keep offering them... patience and perseverance.
I got this thinking it would be something I got my budgies for me to eventually throw out honestly. They've only ever known seed. I wanted to get them on a proper diet and surprisingly they took right to it!
Still trying to get my buddies to eat pellets...I hoped the fact this looks like seeds would help....not so much