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Beaphar XtraVital Parakeet Bird Food

  • Dry » 500g Box £3.78

Description

A tasty and well balanced bird food, especially formulated for peach faced lovebirds and large parakeet species up to about 100g in weight. Combines fruit, a wide variety of seeds and an egg supplement to create a complete food which gives the correct daily, nutritional balance, recommended for large parakeets. Also contains a plant extract that helps to boost the immune system, speed recovery after illness and promote a better condition and plumage.

Ingredients

30 varieties of seeds, grains, fruit, bakery products, oils, fats, sugar, vegetable extracts, minerals, vegetable protein, egg and egg products.

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Ringneck

23rd May 2014
James Hendry

Hi there i have bought a ringneck parakeet which will be coming home in two weeks, I am wondering if this will be suitable to feed my new baby?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Parakeet food is perfectly suited to feeding an Indian Ringneck. Ideally you should offer a variety of fruit and salad items too. They will often eat apple and raw carrot. A variety of fresh foods is good. The best advice is also (rather strangely) to limit the amount of the food the bird most enjoys. They are not sensible with what they eat and will fill up on the tastiest foods, not being hungry enough to eat the other foods. Eating a lot of one type of food is rarely very healthy. (Doctors would never recommend bringing up a child with a permanent supply of chocolate kept within easy reach. The same principle applies.)