Oat groats fortified treat for all birds
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Rating: 4.9

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(4.9 out of 5, based on 11 reviews)

A fun way to add variety to your pet's diet. A good source of protein and additional nutrients.
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Rating: 5

Great for weaning

posted 6 years ago

I use these when weaning baby birds on to seed. They'll eat these first of all the seeds I've tried. Once they start eating these then I add other seeds. Of course, grown birds love them too.

Pros: healthy, birds like

Cons: none

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Rating: 4

Ok for some

posted 6 years ago

It just seems to be the right thing for the right bird. My quaker ate it, my cockateel ate it, but the bungies and fences did not. the wild birds pick through it and some seem to enjoy it, they all look good so it must be healthy for them! It is a Kaytee product so I know name sake it is high quality.

Pros: some like it

Cons: using it

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