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Roudybush Daily Maintenance Bird Food, Mini, 44-Ounce
Roudybush Daily Maintenance Bird Food, Mini, 44-Ounce
Manufacturer : RoudyBush
Amazon Price : $7.69
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Avg. Customer Rating:4.5 of 5.0
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Product Description
Daily Maintenance, Specially steam-pelleted food designed to retain beneficial nutrients while eliminating harmful bacteria. Give your birds the nutrition they need with no artificial colors or flavors and no animal by-products. Contains 11-Percent protein, 7-Percent fat. Use for pet birds year-round and for off-season breeding birds. No additional vitamins or mineral supplements needed. Please specify Nibbles, Crumbles, Mini Pellets, Small Pellets, Medium Pellets, or Large Pellets.
Product Details
  • Amazon Sales Rank: #5040 in Pet Products
  • Size: 2.75 lb
  • Brand: RoudyBush
  • Model: 244MIDM
  • Ingredients: Ground Corn, Ground Wheat, Peanut Meal, Soy Oil, Soy Meal, Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Lignin Sulfonate, Dicalcium Phosphate, Salt, L-Lysine Hydrochloride, DL-Methionine, Yeast Cell Wall Extract, Niacin, Mixed Tocopherols, Rosemary Extract, Ascorbate Acid, Citric Acid, Citric Acid, Lecithin, Silicon Dioxide,(carrier for liquid antioxidants), Alpha Tocopheril Acetate (Source of Vitamin E), Ascorbic Acid, Manganese Sulfate, Yucca shidigen Extract, Biotin, Calcium Pantothenate, Zinc Oxide, Riboflavin
  • Dimensions: 9.00" h x 10.50" w x 3.00" l, 2.75 pounds
  • Product Features
  • No added sugars or colors
  • 100-Percent edible and no animal by products
  • Scientifically formulated
  • Customer Reviews

    Most helpful customer reviews

    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful.
    5Fantastic! Makes a great long-term food for those who don't like daily chores.
    By Nokota Silver
    Vivi loves them! I've wanted to find a good natural pellet she would eat ever since I found out how much bad stuff is in Zupreem! This product is fantastic! Even my budgie, Peeper, likes them and I ordered them in the Cockatiel size...

    OK, so I made these great little gravity-feeders for each cage with the pellets, like you have outside but smaller? And with big arms to shield the crumbs from flying out of the cage. They are made entirely of Popsicle sticks but with a window of plastic sheeting up against the bars of the cage so that you can see how full they are from outside. They work great. They can have their pellets without me having to worry about feeding them on time every day, just like I trained them both how to use those water bottles made for rodent cages so they wouldn't poo in their water dishes, and I could just add food once a week just like with the water when I clean their cages. I just give them their fresh veggies here and there in addition to the pellets.

    Or that was the idea.

    I glanced at Peeper's cage two days after the addition of the pellets and saw that the "tower" section that fed into the food dish was completely empty, and the floor of the cage was covered with pellets as well as bird poop. Well, I couldn't put those back in the dish since there was poop down there with them, so I started cleaning the cage, wondering why he tossed all his food after demonstrating that he clearly liked the pellets.

    While I was cleaning his cage, he flew into Vivi's open cage and began eating HER pellets! No digging, no flicking, no dumping them on the ground. Just eating. It was the same darn stuff! Well I mounted the dish much higher in his cage similar to Vivi's and now he is doing fine with it. I guess he doesn't like his food down too low?

    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful.
    4Really good bird food
    By Natasha L. Laity Snyder
    My cockatiels do very well on this food, and they ate it with relish even after converting from an all-seed diet from their previous owners. They started eating this food long before they would touch any other food source other than seed.

    I trust Roudybush more than a lot of other bird food manufacturers, because they don't use dyes or nasty preservatives in their foods. The only way it could be better would be if it were organic.

    Parrots should be fed abundant fruits, veggies, grains and legumes along with this diet. These pellets are marketed as a complete diet, but fresh foods are very important too. However, with my little seed junkie cockatiels, this food gives me a great amount of insurance that as long as they are eating these pellets regularly, their basic nutritional needs will be met, no matter how picky they are with their other food.

    A NOTE TO AMAZON!! PLEASE PUT THESE BIRD FOODS ON SUBSCRIBE AND SAVE!!!

    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
    5Green Cheek Chow!
    By Mr. & Mrs. Reviewer
    Our GCC loves this, we've bought it since we got her last year and she dutifully chews all the pellets into dust and then eats the dust after having her fun with all the pellets. She tries to waste the powder but we gleaned a recipe from avianavenue.com. Here's a clip:

    -1 - 1 1/2 full cup of TOPs (totally organic pellets, but any pellet can be in this place), soak until mushy.
    -1/2 cup of chopped of vegetables or blended vegatables (to sneak in the food, I like to blend the vegetables)
    -1/2 cup of dried fruit and chopped nuts and/or seed
    -1/4 cup of Crushed flax seed
    *1 - 1 1/2 full cup of APPLESAUCE

    And bake on 350F, for about 10-20 minutes (depends on the rack you have it on and your own oven, I check up on at 10 minutes, and then 3-5 minutes until done).

    We make this up and freeze some and give her a bit as a treat. Sometimes if we get a surplus (She LOVES to destroy pellets, it's one of the top priorities in her life!), we will take some to the wild birds and they seem to enjoy it too.

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