Discussion in 'Feathered Food Court' started by saroj12, 1/8/18.
getting a mixed reaction so far
It seems to be a good quality mix.
I've always liked their products. I've even got the sprout tower but don't use it often.
Yum. My birds get sprouts every day. I mix my own though.
i tried doing beans but they didn't do so well.
They didn't sprout or the birds didn't like?
I usually do beans, grains and raw sunflower and pumpkin seed. And whatever else I see at Sprouts store that looks good.
birds ignored it. Your mix sounds great and you are lucky to have a Sprouts store!
i just ordered 2.5 lbs more!
My guys for some reason don't care for the China Prairie Sprouts. Tried the large mix and the small mix. They love my personal mix that I make, but was hoping they would enjoy some variety that comes with the China Prairie sprouts.
What do you include in your mix? I use the Lil' Bird Mix from Sprout People...but my tiels just tend to pick put the wheat berries...so I bought wheat berries only from Amazon and my budgies are finally eating them also...just wish my birds would try the other seeds in the mix.
My tiels also only eat the wheat berries, with the occasional buckwheat when they’re feeling adventurous. I did hear somewhere that most sprouts are similar nutrition wise, but I don’t know if that’s true or not.
My birds don’t like any sort of bean.
I have been eyeing the China Prairie sprouts but haven't taken the plunge yet. Mine usually will eat sprouted sunflower, wheat berries, and mung beans
The littles love sprouted beans esp but they do eat all sprouts, grains are popular of course thus far or one would say when they are done it looks like a ground up mix = success! Ella likes everything, I put in her dish she eats it.
I usually have mung, garbanzo, green, red, and brown lentils, some type of grain such as wheat, kamut, spelt, farro, and quinoa.
Looks good anyway!
I used to use quinoa also but they would get stuck in the sprouting tray holes clogging some of them.
I leave quinoa in a mason jar that I use to soak them, then just drain it out. Most of the quinoa sprouts after a twelve hour soak.
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