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Small Conure Feeding Guide

Published on Thursday, 14th March 2019
Like all Parrots, your Small Conure’s diet should be as varied as possible. We suggest we suggest using a complete or pelleted food as a base diet, approximately 60%, With the remainder of the diet comprising of vegetables, sprouting seeds, fruits, nuts, seeds plus other treats.
 
For a more natural feeding experience we encourage you to place food inside foraging toys for your small Conure to find and retrieve.


Complete and Pelleted Food
Use this food to provide your Small Conure with all the nutrition they need.
 
Developed by Lafeber and containing 40 essentail nutrients Parrots need, NutriBerries are the perfect complete meal for your Conure. Available in 5 flavours, all in the fun to eat berry shape.
 
OriginalEl Paso Tropical Fruit Sunny OrchardGarden Veggie


 
Kaytee Rainbow has Omega 3 for healthy heart, brain and eyes, and comes in interesting colours and shapes. 


Sprouting Seed / Soaking Seed
High in nutritional content, proteins, vitamins, minerals and enzymes and low in fat.

Prepare a delicious meal for your Parrot with sprouting seed. Simply soak for a couple of days, rinse and serve.  The perfect complement to your Conure’s diet!

Vegetables
The most nutritious choices for your small Conure are those with dark green leaves. Try serving up some spinach, swiss chard, rocket, dandelion leaves, kale and broccoli. Plus, orange choices including sweet potato and carrot.
 
Offer in a food bowl or use a food skewer. Remember to remove any uneaten veggies after a couple of hours.


Seed Mixes
Are almost a varied and interesting as complete diets.
 
Parrot Premium Professional is one of the most nutritious seed mixes for your Small Conure, featuring cedar nuts, elderberries and more.
 
The Tidymix Diet has 32 human grade ingredients, also high in nutritional value.
 

Fruits
Help keep your Conure fit and healthy. Pick from

Pomegranate
Figs

Banana
Papaya
Berries
Pineapple
Coconut cubes


 


Nuts
Conures are simply nutty about nuts. Choose from
Cedar nuts

Palm nuts
 
 
Other Treats
If all that wasn’t enough, there’s much more for your Small Conure to enjoy tucking into. This includes…
 
Vitapol Treat Sticks. In Orange, Kiwi, Fruit and Nut flavours.

Fruit Delight AviCakes, packed full of flavours and nutritious pellets. 

 
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 Conure’s food bowl, as many enjoy dunking their food before eating it. Always have fresh water available.


We believe in the quality of our products, but should you received a product that you feel doesn’t suit your Small Conure, we offer a 90-day money back guarantee  click here for details
 
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10 ways to get your Parrot to try new foods 
 
Successfully converting a Parrot to pellets 


 
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