Lafeber's Tropical Fruit Nutri-Berries Keet, Tiel, Lovebird & Conure Food
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Lafeber's Tropical Fruit Nutri-berries Keet, Tiel, Lovebird & Conure Food

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Rating: 4.4

Average rating from 9 reviews.

(4.4 out of 5, based on 9 reviews)

The delicious and enticing tropical flavors of papaya, pineapple, and banana are added to the Nutri-Berries nutrition for a healthy nugget your bird will find irresistible. Veterinarian recommended Nutri-Berries are the most fun-to-eat, easy to accept food ever made. These nutritious nuggets have the shape birds naturally enjoy and a balanced, superior source of nutrition with an irresistible taste and aroma. Proper nutrition is critical to the good health and long life of your parakeet, cockatiel, lovebird, or conure. Nutri-Berries were formulated by Dr. T. J. Lafeber and an avian nutritionist for that very reason. The round shape helps assure that Nutri-Berries will supply the dietary needs of your bird. Nutri-Berries were designed to change your bird's bad eating habits, like picking out some seed and ignoring the others. Nutri-Berries are actually 96% eaten, meaning more nutrition for your bird and less waste on the floor for you. Combine Nutri-Berries with your bird's current diet. Once your bird begins eating them, discontinue the previous diet. Note: Most birds accept Nutri-Berries right away. However, if your bird does not initially, flatten them and mix with current diet until accepted. Once your bird is eating Nutri-Berries, feed your bird as much as will be eaten in a 12-hour period (about ten to 12). Let your bird empty the food dish before adding more. Ideally, your pet bird will be fed twice a day, with the dish being emptied after each meal.
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Orca130
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Rating: 5

Awesome!!

posted 6 years ago

Both my dusky headed conure and my green cheeked conure LOVE these!!! And I love that I can just toss a few in their dishes and leave for work knowing my babies will be picking at them for the rest of the day. Additionally, since the "berry" is held together by molasses, the bird needs to do a little bit of digging to actually break the sucker apart, this encourages foraging which is so often left behind once the bird becomes domesticated. The only down side is that sometimes my babies won't eat their actual pellet diets and will ONLY eat the nutriberries.

Pros: perfectly balanced food in a small convenient package, requires some foraging skills

Cons: picky eater

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Flowerhead910
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Rating: 5

Nice Size

posted 6 years ago

I am pleased that both my cockatiel and conure both eat this. Very healthy and no waste.

Pros: both my birds eat it

Cons: none

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