#1 KILLER – SEED DIET STARVATION DESPITE “TOTAL” DIET LABEL CLAIMS
LIVE 1/3 LIFESPAN, DYING FROM SECONDARY ILLNESS.
- A kind of carbohydrate. Almost empty of nutrition, and often greasy. 25% of the diet is acceptable (to work for food; boredom).
- HIDDEN MALNUTRITION….In order to trick predators, birds will pretend to eat the day before they die.
- Frontal mouth/dry tongue To be able to survive in feathers, you must be devoid of saliva. Because powdered vitamin “enrichment” cannot be extracted from seed mixtures, there is NO ENRICHMENT. REFUSE vitaminized “enrichment” pellets because they taste like vitamins.
- According to the ASSN OF AM. FEED CONTROL OFFICIALS “Making total diet claims for avians other than chicken is false and misleading.”
- Dr. Raymond Cray’s mid-1980s RICE BEAN CORN model R B & C includes
- A natural, lowfat, whole-food diet that emphasizes foods high in vitamin A and calcium. As an example: Sprouts. Broccoli, yams, and dark leafy greens Red and orange vegetables and fruits include peppers, carrots, and papaya. Whole grains, pasta, and brown rice are all options. PROTEINS: lean meat, poultry, hard-boiled eggs, soy tofu (increase while moulting). Crazy Corn’s 50 Irresistible Table Foods; a few nuts—and some more for macaws
- We believe in our customers’ ability to make sound nutritional decisions. It’s simple since birds eat anything, but avoid feeding avocado, chocolate, coffee, or alcohol. Avoid milk products or restrict yourself to tiny amounts of yogurt and lowfat cheese. Birds can eat the seed if they want to.
- When it was originally introduced, breeding productivity decreased, and there were issues like as black feathers, hypervitaminosis A (liver hardening), and fatalities, as well as litigation.
- Can a single component combination provide all vital nutrients? Mother Nature provides thousands of phytochemicals (plant chemicals). So far, 4000 have been found, but pellets normally include just 2 or 3 grains, sucrose or other sugar, vitamins, preservatives (such as ethoxyquin), artificial colors, and flavorings.
- PET BIRDS MAY HAVE DIFFERENT NUTRITIONAL NEEDS DUE TO THEIR DIFFERENT SPECIES (Unlike dogs-all canines or cats-all felines). They forage for various foods all across the planet, which humans cannot economically replicate. Furthermore, their requirements may change seasonally. According to AAFCO, total diet claims for any pet bird variety are NOT supported.
PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS: BIRDS DEFINITELY PREFER SOFT FOODS
- OBSERVE! All hard meals are thrown into the water! Hard meals shaved into birds’ mouths feel like sawdust without saliva. Water may be used to prevent the dangers of aspiration of pellet/dry food dust.
- “MY BIRDIES WILL NOT EAT PELLETS.” We’ve received tens of thousands of similar complaints. Is the normal instinctive rejection the result of “Bad Birds”? BELIEVE IN NATURE!
- Birds have the finest vision in the animal world for detecting the colors of ripe food. They travel to and enjoy a variety of foods. WHEN EATING SOFT FOODS, PAY ATTENTION TO THEIR PLEASURE. Pinning the eyes/making pleasure noises
- HOW WOULD YOU FEEL if you were confined, hungry, sensitive, craving genuine sustenance, and reliant on a caregiver who brought you mostly hard dry pellets?
- In contrast to Crazy Corn, the OTHER component included on all pellet labels: INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO COERCE BIRD TO EAT IT. Will not recognize it as food till weaned.
NUTRITIONAL EDUCATION: WE CAN ALL HELP!
- DISPLAY THIS IN STORES. Customers may download it and share it with retailers, veterinarians, and others.
- Set a good example by feeding a variety of actual meals in shops (for example, Crazy Corn), and educating staff and consumers.
- Each bird should be returned home with soft feeds and an informed owner.
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