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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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I want to give my birds grocery store bought wheatgrass and was wondering how the wheatgrass should be maintained? How to wash it, water, used for feeding, etc. Everything please lol

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I can't help you with all of those questions.
Have you done any research on how to maintain wheatgrass? I would think you would be able to find that information on the internet if you search for it.
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I can't help you with all of those questions.
Have you done any research on how to maintain wheatgrass? I would think you would be able to find that information on the internet if you search for it.
I guess thats true. But do you know how much I should let my birds eat? Does it need to be washed?
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Of course it needs to be washed. You should always wash any vegetable, sprouts, etc. that you feed your budgies.

With regard to how much to give your budgie, I'd start off with no more than a tablespoon.

Remember when feeding that the key to a healthy diet for budgies is much the same as it is for humans and other animals. You are best to serve foods in moderation.

You can also give your budgie many different kinds of vegetables.

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Of course it needs to be washed. You should always wash any vegetable, sprouts, etc. that you feed your budgies.

With regard to how much to give your budgie, I'd start off with no more than a tablespoon.

Remember when feeding that the key to a healthy diet for budgies is much the same as it is for humans and other animals. You are best to serve foods in moderation.

You can also give your budgie many different kinds of vegetables.

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Sorry I was just wondering because the wheatgrass is in a little pot that it came with and wasn't sure if it should be washed like that. And thank you so much for helping me out!

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You are most welcome!

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