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Here are a few things each rearing pair of budgies require in their eating regimen a long time before the home box is set up and they are urged to breed. It can take months to get your combine eating what they have to on the off chance that they are not used to some of these things, a while they are raising a grasp is not when you need to be exchanging their eating routine in the event that you can help it. By getting them on the ideal rearing eating routine before you enable them to breed, you are setting them up for a solid fruitful grip, and an a great deal more charming reproducing knowledge! !

Freshly Chopped Vegetables

Each combine and weaning babies gets vegetables consistently. This is critical as they have fundamental vitamins and supplements that seeds and pellets don't have. They have chemicals that guide in absorption, and great microscopic organisms that counteracts disease in both the guardians and chicks. We get a kick out of the chance to utilize a nourishment processor to mix them all together in little bits. In the photo above we have mixed carrots, celery, romaine lettuce and red pepper. Preferably, veggies should make up around 40-half of your reproducing sets eat less. With a new assortment of deliver the more you can motivate them to eat the better! The following are some sheltered vegetable cases: Ideally, veggies should make up about 40-50% of your breeding pairs diet. With a fresh variety of produce the more you can get them to eat the better! Below are some safe vegetable examples:
  • Artichoke
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels sprouts ---* later i will tell how to make Sprouts
  • Carrot
  • Celery
  • Corn
  • Cucumber
  • Egg plant
  • Endive
  • Fennel
  • Green pepper
  • Iceburg lettuce
  • Romaine lettuce
  • Parsley
  • Red pepper
  • Spinach
  • Zucchini
 

Egg Food for Budgies and other breeding parrots

At least once a day each breeding pair with eggs and chicks gets an egg food mixture. All non-breeding pairs get this mixture 2 times a week or so. Mashed hard boiled eggs offer needed protein and fats for the growth of the chicks. The difference in chicks with and without a good egg food can be seen simply by looking at them. We like to mix it with pellets for the birds that we have that are stubborn and love seeds. Once they are hooked on egg food you can put anything you want in it and they will gobble it down and not even notice the difference! You can also buy premixed made egg food if you prefer, we like making our own since we know it is always fresh and has what we want in it. Soon i will share Recipe here on birdszoo.com

Sprouts for Budgies and other breeding parrots

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Pellets for Budgies and other breeding parrots

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Multivitamins and COD liver oil for Budgies and other breeding parrots

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