Kaytee Fiesta Fortified Gourmet Bird Food for Parrots
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Fun-to-eat, nutritionally fortified diet for parrots and large conures with the widest variety of fruits and vegetables.
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Sandi D.
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Rating: 4

Fiesta Macaw

posted 5 years ago

This is a nice blend of seed and fruit for the large parrot. I prefer Fiesta Macaw for my birds, however, as that provides some of the larger nuts that the big hookbills enjoy from both a taste and and a tactile standpoint.

Pros: Nice mix of food for the discriminating parrot

Cons: Not as much "chunky" foods that the big hookbills like

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Sandra F.
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Rating: 5

Junior likes it!

posted 6 years ago

My African Grey is a very pickey eater. We have tried many other varieties and much of it goes to waste. He loves the variety and I like the fact that he is a happy bird now!

Pros: Healthiest Food I see

Cons: Pricier than others

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