Parrot Island's Own 100% Organic Bird Breads: Carrot Spice
Not only is this a treat that birds love - it is also an excellent way to get a great mixture of high nutritional value grains and high Vitamin A carrots into your bird(s)! You can also add any supplements you may be giving Sunshine Factor Red Palm Oil for example - or other high Vitamin A vegetables - for those birds that might be finicky about eating them on their own.
We mix and package these breads ourselves. They are mixed up FRESH every 7 to 10 days - then they are placed in Freezer-Grade Ziploc Bags with Fresh Seal - then DOUBLE Bagged in a second one to insure the best nutrition and freshness! - Try it - you can see, smell and taste the difference!
You get enough to make a 9 x 13 inch pan. Just add water, eggs and bake!
YOU CAN SUBSTITUTE 1 CUP OF APPLE JUICE OR OTHER UNSWEETENED FRUIT JUICE (preferably organic) FOR 1 OF THE CUPS OF WATER TO SWEETEN IT FURTHER IF DESIRED.
An excellent, easy to make (see specific directions in photo at right) nutritious treat for your companion bird! In about 1/2 hour you can make enough to last your bird(s) for up to several weeks (if frozen). We freeze what we will not use in a few days. We cut the bread into 1" cubes and freeze them in freezer-grade Ziplocs.
Our birds love all of these mixes - from our largest (our adopted Hyacinth Macaw, Mateo) to our smallest (Spencer, as of 7/09 he is 19 years old!) Canary.
Take a look at the pictures at right where you will see Scooter (12 years old as of 5/09) digging in to some Carrot Spice Bread!
Ingredients:(All 100% Organic) Hi-Lysine Corn Meal, Oat Flour, Multi-Grain Flour, 8 Grain Cereal (Containing: Whole Wheat, Hi-Lysine Corn, Oats, Rye, Sunflower Kernels, Flax, Millet and Sesame), Dried Carrot Bits, Coconut Chips, Almond Slices, Premium Aluminum-Free Baking Powder, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Fenugreek, Lemon Peel, Ginger and Cloves. NO preservatives, sugar or salt added!
You can see all the other Bird Bread Mixes we offer as well as the Bean Cook Mixes by clicking on the underlined links.
Click here to see the complete line of our Parrot Island Specialty Mixes.
For more information on what we use and recommend for the diet of companion birds - take a look at these articles in the Educational Articles section of our website: (Click on the underlined link)
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