|Item model number||41054826451|
|Product Dimensions||25.4 x 5.08 x 17.15 cm; 45.36 Grams|
LAFEBER'S Tropical Fruit Nutri-Berries Conure Food, Made with Non-GMO and Human-Grade Ingredients, for Conures, 10 oz
|Price:||S$86.70 (S$8.67 / Ounce)|
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Lafeber' s Tropical Fruit Nutri-Berries Conjure Food with Pineapple Papaya and Mango are colorful, richly textured and invitingly shaped treats which have the difference your birds can see, taste and touch. Your bird will thrive on the stimulation and beak exercise Lafeber' s Nutri-Berries provide. Lafeber' s Tropical Fruit Nutri-Berries Parrot Food with Pineapple Papaya and Mango contain only nutritious natural ingredients like ed corn, peanuts and safflower blended with papaya, banana and pineapple, rolled into berry-shaped pieces and coated with vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates and protein.
Corn, malto-dextrin, hulled white proso millet, safflower, corn syrup, corn oil, red millet
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Not dismissing this casually--it can take a really long time for him (and most parrots) to go through with actually tasting something but at this point I think I've learned all the tricks to get him to truly give something a chance. He eats a huge variety of foods now compared to when I adopted him, but won't touch these despite happily eating most of the ingredients in them. They also smell kinda bad (not like his pellets smell tasty to me, but they at least have a pleasant sort of grain-like scent), so not sure if they're stale despite a best-by date of 12-2020.
I think these were recommended for so long because people were feeding their birds a seed-only diet and literally anything is better than that... but looking more closely at the ingredient list, I can't believe they have corn syrup... wtf? Sticking to my veggie/grain chop mix and a mix of harrison's and zupreem fruity for his pellets. I'd much rather buy fresh/frozen/freeze-dried fruit and regular seeds as treats... would definitely not recommend these as a bird's entire diet.