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It’s difficult to get a spoiled, picky parrot to accept pelleted food, so I’m still working on it. One way is to eat the food you want the parrot to eat, in front of the bird. So, it’s a good thing the pellets taste ok to a human. Curiosity will convince her to try them, though, and the fresh crispness will win her over, I’m sure.
I could not get any of my four conures to switch to this brand, so we are sticking with Harrison's pellets. I am currently feeding the rest of the bag I bought to the wild birds and squirrels. They all seem to love it.