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Rate my birds daily diet! (Feedback is welcome)

Skyandkiwi

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I give my birds veggie chop every morning that consists of over 5 grains, over 6/7 veggies, and 2 healthy seeds that is sprinkled every morning. They also have their cuttlebone, their seed/pellet mix, a veggie/fruit for a snack (fruit is given rarely/once a week), and lastly treats for training(sesame seeds/millet). Is my birds diet diverse enough?? Rate my birds diet and I need some suggestions to make birds diet top-notch. I tried bird bread, but they didn’t really show any interest in
it. (Ps. My birds are budgies and they are pretty picky)
 

MR. Mango

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sounds pretty good obviously it depends on whats in ur chop, and what pellets and seed mix ur using, but overall pretty good
 

Skyandkiwi

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sounds pretty good obviously it depends on whats in ur chop, and what pellets and seed mix ur using, but overall pretty good
Here is just some of the veggies and grains in my chop: Green beans, cauliflower, spinach, arugula, carrot, radish, broccoli, green peas, red quinoa, white quinoa, black quinoa, amaranth, lentils, brown rice, etc.
 

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Rate my diet is the wrong way to look at it in my opinion :) The real question shouldn't be, "how does my diet rate?" - it should be asking yourself "how is my flock doing on their current diet, and is there room for improvement?"

I think it sounds like you are offering a lot of variety and good foods to your birds :) If they are happy and healthy, what more is there? ;)

I'm sure people would look at what I offer Ripley and think, "wow, that bird has it all!", But if they saw that compared to what he actually EATS out of that offering... I'd have lots of unsolicited comments about his diet :lol:

I've come to terms with it ;) sorry for the tangent :lol:
 
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