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Diet and Nutrition Discuss issues related to diet and learn about encouraging your budgie to a variety of healthy foods

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Old 12-17-2015, 12:48 AM
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i live in India and there is common diet for budgies is millet what should i feed them other than millet?

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Oat groats and canary grass seed, fresh chopped leaf vegetables and broccoli tops, bits of apple or grapes if they like it, chopped pieces of cooked eggs are all excellent variety to add to a budgie's diet.
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There's a great list of supplemental veggies for addition to a good quality seed mix here: https://talkbudgies.com/diet-nutritio...es-fruits.html

Even if you haven't got access to the best seed, you can improve the quality and nutrition for free by sprouting it:
https://talkbudgies.com/diet-nutritio...r-budgies.html

Pop into the Diet & Nutrition sub forum under "Your Budgie's Health" for lots of great ideas!
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Sai,

I took the time to give you all the information below and then you asked the same question about diet yet again. Why?

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To enhance your budgies diet, you can begin introducing vegetables and fruit to them.

It can take several weeks for budgies to decide to try a new food.
Fruit is high in sugar content so vegetables are actually healthier for your budgies with fruits given only occasionally.

Look at the stickies in the Diet and Nutrition section of the forum for lots of good tips on how to introduce new foods to your budgies.
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The first vegetable my guys tried (and loved) was sweet corn kernels sprinkled with a teeny bit of garlic powder (NOT salt).
Budgies seem to love "spicy" tastes.
My guys adore fresh basil, cilantro and chickweed.
They also like zucchini and red pepper.

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Using ACV in your budgie's water works as a natural probiotic which promotes good digestive health.

https://talkbudgies.com/holistic-natu...r-vinegar.html
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