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Fruityes pellet balls

Discussion in 'Pionus Pointe' started by Shagen, 8/10/17.

  1. Shagen

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    Soak pellets in water till mushy, Choose your seed mix
    Pellets soaking and mashed with fork, Make sure it is of good thickness.
    Add seed mix and stir.
    Add more seed mix to make it a sticky thickness.
    Looks good. Lets make balls. Now if you want to you could also add other
    fruits as well or even veggies to this mix.
    I'm wearing gloves because as you can see it is a sticky mess.
    Mmmm balls. Put it in the refrigerator for up to a half an hour to let them Harden and set.
    After 30 minutes in the refrigerator go ahead and take them out and it is time to serve them up FB_IMG_1502386292754.jpg FB_IMG_1502386297717.jpg FB_IMG_1502386305313.jpg FB_IMG_1502386318181.jpg FB_IMG_1502386322559.jpg FB_IMG_1502386328950.jpg FB_IMG_1502386332352.jpg FB_IMG_1502386340909.jpg
     
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    That is clever.
     
  3. ode.to.parrots

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    This would be the perfect solution for any picky eater!!! I may have to try it with my tiels as an evening treat! Do you think this method would work with other pellet brands, such as Roudybush?
     
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    I wonder what their life is. Like after placing in bowl how long to take out. I would assume the same as fresh foods as they were wet. I bet adding dried fruit or a little honey would make them super yummy
     
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    Yes I think this would work for all brands of pellets
     
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    I leave it in as long as their chop. Yes adding fruits and honey would make it yummy
     
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    I leave it in as long as their chop. Yes adding fruits and honey would make it yummy
     

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