It’s crucial your Small Macaw’s diet is as mixed as possible. 60-80% of their diet should be pelleted or complete food, and the rest of your Macaw’s diet needs to consist of nuts, fruits, vegetables, seed, sprouting seed and other treats.
Macaws can enjoy finding food from their feeding dish or foraging toy.
Complete and Pelleted Food
Every single NutriBerry contains 40 nutrients, all rolled into berry shaped pieces to make them easy to hold and fun to eat.
There are 5 flavours of NutriBerries
Kaytee Exact is a mix of shape and colours, yet each piece contains essential nutrition, plus Omega 3 to support heart, brain and eye health.
Sprouting Seed / Soaking Seed
Simply soak them in water, rinsing occasionally, and in a day or two you’ll have a highly nutritious meal for your Macaw to enjoy. Sprouted seeds are packed full of vitamins and minerals.
Lots of seed varieties are available too.
Parrot Premium Professional has been developed by Witte Molen, avian experts. The recipe offers an improvement on other seed mixtures and its ingredients include hemp, elderberries and cedar nuts.
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Vegetables, with all their vitamins and minerals, also help to keep your Macaw fit and healthy. We recommend green and orange vegetables like carrots, kale and broccoli, as they are usually more nutritious.
Shelled or unshelled, Parrots just love them. There are
- Cedar nuts
- Walnut halves
- Mixed nuts
- Walnuts in shells
Please Note: We would always advise buying the smallest bag/pack possible to trial your Parrot with. It can take some time and persistence to introduce a new food. It may be worth having a second bowl of water next to your Macaw’s food bowl, as many enjoy dunking their food before eating it. Always have fresh water available.
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