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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
this stuff is date coded. none of the suppliers seem to realize this of care about it .
matter of fact i have received several units so far over the course of the past 2 years which have slits in them.???? (causing them to go bad and dry)
so why do i keep buying it from amazon?
no other choice.
I dont know what to do. if i complain to amazon, its not correct since it comes from their suppliers and its always a different one. and i can't keep track of what came from whom.
CAN SOMEONE ASSIST IN THIS. ALL I WISH IS TO RECEIVE AVI CAKES FRESH FOR MY LITTLE CONURE
THEY HAVE ME BY THE "YOU KNOW WHATS" ON THIS ONE.
can someone tell me about a better source. I live in west hollywood ca.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Good for transitioning parakeets to a pellet diet
These are great for our parakeets. We tried switching them to a pellet diet from seeds and they refused to eat the pellets. With these they are eating the pellets in the mix. And they love to forage for the food on the bottom of their cage. Hint: they would not eat them in their feed cup, threw them out onto the floor.
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A parrot favorite...
By Stefanie Hutson
My 12-year-old green cheek conure has been a fan of Avi-Cakes ever since she was a young bird. Although the package says you can use this as a bird's entire diet, I'm a firm believer in the importance of fresh foods. We just use Avi-Cakes as a treat/supplement. They're also kind of a toy, since it's very fun for little birds to rip apart the slightly sticky cakes. I usually wedge it into the cage bars just above her food bowl and she rips at it and picks out the seeds that seem most appealing.
The only real downside is that occasionally, you get an outdated or hard batch. Sometimes, the hard ones aren't even outdated - they're just hard. Although my conure will still eat them, she doesn't seem as into it and I usually just toss the bad ones and buy a new pack (or return them, if it's convenient).