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One Method of Introducing New Things by Terry Beaudoin Topic: Diet and Nutrition
"My bird is afraid of anything new!" "I tried giving my bird a new toy and he hates it!" - or the much dreaded version of this statement - "Remember that really expensive toy you recommended, well my bird hates (or is terrified) of it." Or, "I tried offering my bird (insert food of choice here) and ...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
My Bird Won't Eat That by Scott Stork Topic: Diet and Nutrition
This is a comment we hear almost every time we talk to new customers about improving their bird's diet. Most people assume that their bird cannot be convinced to eat a new food because he or she doesn't like the taste of it. That is rarely the case.
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
Recommended Foods Part Four: Specific Bird Recommendations by Scott Stork Topic: Diet and Nutrition
Okay, one last quick article to tie together any loose ends from the first three Recommended Foods articles. When it comes right down to it most people seem to just want to know exactly what we recommend for their type of bird. We are currently doing research and working on specific diet recommendat...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
Recommended Foods Part Three: ''People Foods'' and Treats by Scott Stork Topic: Diet and Nutrition
In the first two articles in this series I discussed mixes and processed foods that should make up a large portion of your bird's diet. In this article I will try and cover every type of food that hasn't already been discussed. These foods may make-up as much as 50% of a bird's diet but are usually ...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
Recommended Foods Part Two: Seeds and Natural Foods by Scott Stork Topic: Diet and Nutrition
What do Seed and Natural Foods mean? This could mean simple seed only mixes. It could mean sprouting mixes. It could also mean mixes that contain these things plus dried fruits and vegetables, nuts, whole foods and holistic additives or any other people food.
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
Recommended Foods Part One: Formulated Diets by Scott Stork Topic: Diet and Nutrition
Formulated Diets, Often called pellets, should make up the base of every bird's diet. (With many of the smaller birds we recommend mixing the formulated diets half-and-half with seed to form the base.) This base should make up 1/2 to 3/4 of the bird's diet.
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
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