Lafeber Company Popcorn Nutrberries Parrots

by Lafeber Company

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Birds love a good movie just like we do! And nothing makes movies more fun than some popcorn. That's why Lafeber created Popcorn Nutri-Berries-so that your feathered friends can share in the fun. The next time you bring a big bowl of popcorn in to the room, don't forget a birdie bowl of Popcorn Nutri-Berries. The aroma and taste of thee caramel-flavored popcorn nuggets will leave your bird flying. A handful of peanuts are even thrown in to keep your bird flying! Best of all, you can feel confident feeding Popcorn Nutri-Berries because they're coated with vitamins and minerals. New things normally take birds a few days to get used to. At first, offer 1 or 2 Popcorn Nutri-Berries in a favorite bowl at mealtime. After that, feed anytime through the day. These Popcorn Nutri-berries are enriched treats and not a full diet and should not be more than 10-15% of your bird's total diet. Ingredients: Popcorn, hulled white proso millet, hulled canary grass seed, red millet, malto-dextrin, oat groats, ground corn, peanuts, corn syrup, corn oil, glycerine, propylene glycol, gelatin, wheat, whole egg, dicalcium phosphate, ground limestone, DL-methionine (an essential amino acid), L-lysine (an essential aminoacid), calcium propionate (a preservative), vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, citric acid, mixed tocopherols (a preservative), natural and artificial flavoring, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin K activity), thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin B2 supplement, folic acid, biotin, ascorbic acid, selenium. Size: 4 oz

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Fire L.
Plympton, MA
Pet Lover Expert Level 4
263 reviews
My parrots really like popcorn, so this is a win on all accounts! They should make a larger container.
My parrots really like popcorn, so this is a win on all accounts! They should make a larger container.
Debra N.
Pet Lover Expert Level 4
190 reviews
My Rose Breasted Cockatoo hates these Popcorn Nutrberries. Won't eat them no matter what. Tried to mix them in with her fav food, nope! Dogs loved them
My Rose Breasted Cockatoo hates these Popcorn Nutrberries. Won't eat them no matter what. Tried to mix them in with her fav food, nope! Dogs loved them
Nancie P.
Manchester , NH
156 reviews
My love birds love these treats . They play with it and they eat it . The fact they look like human popcorn is creative.
My love birds love these treats . They play with it and they eat it . The fact they look like human popcorn is creative.
Michelle C.
Pet Lover Expert Level 5
129 reviews
For starters, I love the Nutriberry line and I buy every flavor I find for my lovebirds. But these were a bust for my lovebirds. They were not into them at all, and honestly when I got to see inside the bag, I found it was a waste of money. It's essentially air popped corn, which you can do yourself, with a few seeds stuck on it - which you can also do yourself. My birds aren't big on popcorn, so this totally wasn't worth the purchase; however, if you have popcorn lovers, save yourself the trouble and just air pop your own kernels and feed them as a sparing treat rather than buying these. Although it claims to be balanced, it's a junkier treat than the other berries. High in carbs and sugar, I don't think this is worth the purchase. If you want a treat for your bird (aside from popcorn), go for the other Nutriberries. I think they have more nutritional value.
For starters, I love the Nutriberry line and I buy every flavor I find for my lovebirds. But these were a bust for my lovebirds. They were not into them at all, and honestly when I got to see inside the bag, I found it was a waste of money. It's essentially air popped corn, which you can do yourself, with a few seeds stuck on it - which you can also do yourself. My birds aren't big on popcorn, so this totally wasn't worth the purchase; however, if you have popcorn lovers, save yourself the trouble and just air pop your own kernels and feed them as a sparing treat rather than buying these. Although it claims to be balanced, it's a junkier treat than the other berries. High in carbs and sugar, I don't think this is worth the purchase. If you want a treat for your bird (aside from popcorn), go for the other Nutriberries. I think they have more nutritional value.
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