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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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Default How Do I Use Harrison's Mash?

I've been feeding my two birds Harrison's adult lifetime superfine pellets and Harrison's adult lifetime Mash for some time now. They really love the Mash.
I put each in a separate dish. In the afternoons, I give them a treat of mixed Nutriberries, just veggies, fruit & nut mixes, millet, etc. in a separate dish.

Am I using the mash incorrectly? How much should I be giving them, as Harrison's is very expensive. Should I be adding the Mash to other foods? If so, what should I feed them with the Mash.

I also don't think they have a varied enough diet, but my vet said seeds are not healthy for them.

Lola is a very healthy budgie at almost 6-1/2 years old. She's very healthy. Dante is a healthy 4-year old.



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Take a look at what the Harrison website recommends here is the link, lots of other good info on their site as well.
https://store.harrisonsbirdfoods.com...oductinfo/HPM/
Seeds are high in fat and low in nutrients, which is why a strictly all seed diet can lead to problems.
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