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Rating: 4

Nutriberries

posted 5 years ago

These are good if you're looking to waste money for a larger bird. I would only recommend these for birds smaller than large macaws and 'toos, the seeds [millet, rape seed, etc] are much too small for a macaw or cockatoo to eat without great difficulty. I would suggest these for conures, pionus, 'tiels and amazons, as well as min-macaws and goffins 'toos.

Pros: Easy to hold, good enough nutrition.

Cons: Small seeds suitable for smaller parrots - not macaws and 'toos. Expensive for what you get.

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