Please feel free to contact us as to which food is best suited to your bird's dietary needs.
Goldenfeast: Patagonian Blend:
The above price is for a 3lb. Bag of this mix.
Please Note: This mix replaced the Petite Hookbill Blend
Goldenfeast delivers a natural bounty of luscious, natural ingredients from all over the world. Companion birds will enjoy foraging through dried fruits and vegetables, assorted nuts, legumes, seeds, and ancient grains. Just like in nature, Goldenfeast diets are free of artificial colors, preservatives, and flavors and do not contain synthetic vitamins. Protected probiotics are added to help support immunity and gut health.
Patagonia’s vast frontier is comprised of areas in Argentina and Chile. This region is made up of various landscapes and climates including rainforests, grasslands, mountains and deserts. Inspired by this unique and unspoiled region, our Patagonian Blend has a bounty of over 25 premium ingredients including quinoa, chia seeds, flaxseed, and dates.
- No Artificial Colors, Flavors or Preservatives
- Enriched with Protected Probiotics
- Natural, No Synthetic Vitamins Added
For: Lovebirds, Cockatiels, Parrotlets and other small to medium birds.
INGREDIENTS:White Millet, Cashews, Canary Seeds, Oats, Rapeseeds, Roasted Soybeans, Flaked Corn, Almonds, Pineapple, Quinoa, Walnuts, Papaya, Peanuts, Chia Seeds, Carrots, Flaxseed, Sesame Seeds, Red Millet, Dehydrated Pinto Beans, Dehydrated Black Beans, Roasted Garbanzo Beans, Green Peas, Beets, Dates, Caraway Seeds, Basil, Lemon Peel, Parsley Flakes, Dried Enterococcus Faecium Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus Casei Fermentation Product.
You can see the entire Goldenfeast Product Line by clicking on the underlined link in blue.
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)
Diet and Nutrition
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