Tropical Carnival Natural Parakeet Food - 2 lb.

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$10.99
SKU: 257767
Manufacturer: Browns
MPN: 118488

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Details

Tropical Carnival for Parakeets is sized for parakeets, budgies and similar-sized birds. The balanced blend of nuts, grains, fruits and veggies is specially formulated for the dietary needs of these birds, and has been enhanced with beneficial bacteria to aid digestion. A mix your feathered friends will flock to!

Specifications

Specifications
MPN
44906-7
Manufacturer
Tropical Carnival
Internal Id
54861

Ingredients

White Proso Millet, red millet, canary seed, flax seed, yellow millet, small red millet, oat groats, canola seed, safflower seed, wheat, peanuts, cranberry seed, lentils, split green peas, brown rice, wheat flour, ground corn, ground oats, corn fluten meal, dehulled soybean meal, rice flour, dehydrated ground: raspberry; blueberry; strawberry; peach; apple; pineapple; banana; carrot; potato, soybean oil, vitamins A, D3, E, K, natural preservatives.

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein, 12% min
Crude Fat 6% min
Crude Fiber, 10% max
Moisture, 12% max

Instructions

Introducing New Food: Although it is very likely that your pet will start eating Tropical Carnival food right away, we recommend that a three week food transition period be practiced for optimum results.

Week 1: Mix 1/4 of the Tropical Carnival to 3/4 of the current food and repeat for one week.
Week 2: Mix 1/2 of the Tropical Carnival to 1/2 of the current food and repeat for one week.
Week 3: Mix 3/4 of the Tropical Carnival to 1/4 of the current food and repeat for one week.
Week 4: The transition is complete and you can supply only Tropical Carnival food to your pet as their main diet.

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Tropical Carnival Parakeet Food

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My budgies love this food. It is the only one I can find that does not have food coloring in it, other than Kaytee Supreme.
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<br>It is sad that most food manufactures are killing our pet birds.