2 PACK TOPS Bird Seed All in One Seed Mix 1 lb
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Perfect for larger parrots like Macaws, Cockatoos, Senegals, African Greys, Eclectus, and Amazons.
TOP All in One is the seed mix that gives you the ability to feed a variety with only one mix!
We here at TOP feed them dry on a daily basis. A few times a week we soak them for 10-12 hours, rinse them with a little organic Apple cider vinegar and feed them to the birds. If some are left over, we just keep them in the fridge. They start sprouting and we rinse them again before feeding.
Serve Dry, Soaked or Sprouted!!! TOP All in One Seed Mix is an organic human grade seed mix that gives you the ability to feed a variety with only one mix.
Soaked seeds come close to the germinated seeds parrots would eat when living in nature. Dried seeds contain all the nutrients necessary for a plant to live and grow. When soaked, this nutrition is awakened. This becomes a great source of nutrition to our birds, that is also easy to digest.
Soaking AIO is an easy process. Just put one part AIO seed mix in about three parts of room temperature water and let soak for between 8 and 24 hours. Drain, rinse with some water and its ready to feed. If you want, you can add some apple cider vinegar or a drop of GSE and rinse again with fresh water before feeding.
If some is leftover, you can keep it in the fridge for a few days. It will start sprouting. We suggest that you rinse again before feeding.
Certified Organic Human Grade Ingredients: Barley, Rye Berries, Spelt, Kamut, Buckwheat, Millet, Milo, Sunflower seeds, Pumpkin Seeds and Rice.
Why we don’t have soy, peanuts or wheat in our pellets.
SOYBEANS: There is more and more disturbing data found about soybeans and products.
Soybeans in their natural state contain large quantities of natural toxins and there is data that soy is cumulatively toxic when fed to animals. For example, The PARROT SOCIETY NEW ZEALAND claims that soy products in bird food have caused such problems as immune system breakdown, failure of organs and multiplication of the birds’ own benign bacteria.
PEANUTS: It seems that more and more birds develop allergic reactions to peanuts, so we view them as a great treat for birds that are not allergic to them, but not part of their daily diet.
WHEAT: Wheat is a common allergen and contains about 80 different components that can cause a negative reaction. The number of people that are allergic to wheat and wheat products is raising daily in alarming amounts. If that is the case for humans, and we are not sure how it acts in birds, better safe than sorry.