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Red factor

Discussion in 'Canary & Finch Court' started by Asherjon, 1/10/19.

  1. Asherjon

    Asherjon Meeting neighbors

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    So I have a red factor canary. I do color feed her Abba Red ABC. Is there anything else I should give her to help her keep an intense red color.
     
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    Hi
    I have different colours of canaries. I feed them all the same. Aswell as your colour feed I would add dark greens to your canaries diet.. kale.. broccoli..dark cabbage. The darker the greens the better. The canaries matabolises the different properties from the dark greens. It produces a richer and deeper tone after their yearly moult if given greens daily beforehand and there after. A varied diet is also good as it provides other nutrition. Hope this helps.
     
  4. Glamourfaust

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    For treats, we feed foods containing betacarotene. They like brocolli, cantalope, and peas. They don't like beets, sweet potatoes, red bell peppers, or carrots.
     
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    Mine also enjoy grated carrot and peppers. Carrot contains a natural carotene which is in a red colour feed...
     
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