Making your own bird food


Having a bird means a lot of responsibility. You need to be ready and willing to take care of them all their special needs. This will include feeding the bird well so that it can grow and become a happy and healthy bird. It is not hard to make your own bird feed. You have to be careful to avoid certain foods that have toxins in them for birds. These things are caffeine, alcohol, chocolate, rhubarb, limas, and navy beans.

Do not give peanuts to a parrot. This could give the bird a dangerous disease and harm them for the rest of their life. You should realize that all birds are different and will require a different type of diet. You may want to read up on your own birds recommended diet or ask your local vet about what is safe for them to eat.

You should be feeding your birds fruits and vegetables and see what they like the best. Consider using different fruits and finding out what they like the most. You can even give them cooked vegetables if that is what you would prefer.

You can mix some cornmeal and fruits and vegetables together to make your own bird food. You can mix this with the store bought food and the bird will have a little extra treat with each mealtime.

You should limit the amount of foods for your birds that are high in salt, sugar and fat. These types of foods will be potentially bad for your pet and this could decrease their life span. You can mix the store bought food with some of your own homemade food to give it a little extra flavor for the bird.

Birds do need a very balanced diet in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle. If you are not sure on how to do this, you can find many books that offer advice for all different kinds of birds. You can also go online and look for the different eating habits of birds. If you are not satisfied with any of these sources, you can ask your local bird vet and find out for sure what your birds should be eating.


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