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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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Hello all. Its been awhile since i was on. My blu has been on a diet of zupreem pellets and some seed for about 2 years. He loves his lettuce but not much else. My other 2 sunny and sky are just over a year and they have been on blus diet since they were in our home as babies. I'm curious if I should consider switching pellets?

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What type of pellets? If its fruit blend you may want to consider switching them over to the smallest natural pellet you can (Harrison's super fine are roughly the same size and shape as the canary sized Zupreem). For seeds, I feed mine Volkman's.
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Harrison's Super Fine is a great choice, as is Roudybush Nibbles.
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Try working with your birds to get them to try other vegetables.
You can also use "Dried Herb Salad" and "Miracle Meal" in addition to pellets and seed.

I'd suggest trying Roudybush crumbles or minis/nibbles
I use Volkman Seed.

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You can also try sprouting
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