Harrison's Bird Food High Potency Coarse
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Parrotletzoo
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Rating: 2

Can't get my parrotlet to eat it

posted 5 years ago

Maybe it's the color. My parrotlet won't touch it. He'll only eat orange and pink pellets. Harrison's are brown and he won't touch them.

Pros: healthy

Cons: my parrotlet won't touch it

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ashley g.
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Rating: 5

The best food out there!

posted 6 years ago

Harrison's is one of the best foods on the market. The packaging makes it easy to remove air from the pellet, keeping it freshest. The ingredients themselves are premium. If you visit their site, you can see converting information to help your birds adjust to the Harrison's diet. We will NEVER go back to another pellet!

Pros: Organic, good healthy ingredients

Cons: none

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