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Lafeber Parrot Nutri Berries

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3.5lb
$8.00/LB

$27.99

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Product Summary:

Lafeber Parrot Nutri Berries Bird Food

Contrary to what many believe, birds don't eat with just their beaks. They eat with their brains, too. In the wild, a bird will hunt for all kinds of food. Flavorful foods, colorful foods, foods that are fun, even playful to eat. And, intuitively, they get the foods they need. And at home? They fuss, they pick and get more food on the floor than in their beaks. Consequently, they not only miss out on the joy of eating; they miss out on nutrition too.

With minimum waste and maximum nutrition, Nutri-Berries are different. They're made with savory peanuts, hulled canary seed, cracked corn, and other tempting ingredients. They're colorful, richly textured and invitingly shaped. It's a difference your bird can see, taste, and touch, and a difference you'll notice, too. Your bird will thrive on the stimulation and beak exercise it provides. In fact, 96% of the berry gets eaten. So it's not just smart nutrition, but a smart buy.

Features :

  • Natural ingredients with added vitamins and minerals
  • Nutritionally balanced, including essential fatty acids
  • Naturally preserved with tocopherols and citric acid
  • Superior taste
  • Great for converting birds to a more healthy diet
  • Excellent foraging food
Item Specifications:

Recommended Use:
Nutri-Berries may be fed for maintenance or dietary conversion. The color, rich texture, and shape of Nutri-Berries makes it an excellent foraging treat.

Sizes:
12.5 oz.
3 lb.

Storage:
Packed in resealable bags or freshness sealed tubs to maintain freshness and “chewiness”.

Ingredients:
Cracked corn, hulled white proso millet, safflower, peanut splits, hulled canary grass seed, malto-dextrin, red millet, rape seed, peanuts, ground corn, corn syrup, corn oil, glycerine, propylene glycol, wheat, whole egg, dicalcium phosphate, ground limestone, dl-methionine, l-lysine, potassium sorbate, vitamin A, vitamin D3, vitamin E, menadione sodium bisulfite complex, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin B12, folic acid, biotin, ascorbic acid.

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min.): 10%
Crude Fat (min.): 6%
Crude Fiber (max.): 5%
Moisture (max.): 14%
Calories: 12.5

Downloadable Resources
Feeding ChartLafeber Nutri Berries Feeding Chart

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They ask for it by name., 12/27/2013

Friendoffeather from NW North Dakota

My parrots a African Grey & a Hahn's Macaw both love these and the African asks for them " want some Berry's". They are both about 20 yrs old and this is the main stay of their diet along with fresh fruit & veg's. All birds recognize the seeds in the berries as a food source and try them with very little hesitation. Put a piece of fresh bread in with the berry's to soften them a little a few days before serving them. The moisture in the bread transfers to the berry's and makes it easier for the smaller parrots to break them up. They really enjoy them this way, much more. I give them the highest possible rating.

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They ask for it by name., 12/27/2013

Friendoffeather from NW North Dakota

My parrots a African Grey & a Hahn's Macaw both love these and the African asks for them " want some Berry's". They are both about 20 yrs old and this is the main stay of their diet along with fresh fruit & veg's. All birds recognize the seeds in the berries as a food source and try them with very little hesitation. Put a piece of fresh bread in with the berry's to soften them a little a few days before serving them. The moisture in the bread transfers to the berry's and makes it easier for the smaller parrots to break them up. They really enjoy them this way, much more. I give them the highest possible rating.

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Wild over this, 8/29/2013

RedFeather from North Dakota, USA

Both my African Grey and my Hahn's Macaw love this stuff , both accepted it easily and is one of their favorite now. It's a stable on my list. My birds like it a little softer, so I put a slice of bread in with the berries in a smaller container to soften it with the humidity. They really like this way down to the last bit.

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Wild over this, 8/29/2013

RedFeather from North Dakota, USA

Both my African Grey and my Hahn's Macaw love this stuff , both accepted it easily and is one of their favorite now. It's a stable on my list. My birds like it a little softer, so I put a slice of bread in with the berries in a smaller container to soften it with the humidity. They really like this way down to the last bit.

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