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Sprouting Seeds for Pet Birds - 800g

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Soaking mix full of highly palatable wholesome ingredients to keep your pet bird healthy.

4/5
Last updated on 9th July 2020
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Sprouting Seed - 800g (544127) - 5.99
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This easy to sprout and serve Sprouting Seeds for Pet Birds - 800g is packed full of the vitamins, minerals and nutrients nature intended.

Just soak for a day or two, rinsing occasionally and serve in combination with your bird's daily diet.
 
 
 
 

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 4 / 5

3 out of 5 (60%) reviewers recommend this product

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5 / 5
Great And Easy To Use Once Know How
30th April 2020
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
My Parrots: Cockatiel, Meyers and Senegals
Location: United Kingdom
Great and easy to sprout. Disappointing there isnt any instructions on the packet as I have never done this before and instructions on here are very vague. I can see why there is some negative reviews that they dont sprout, as I followed guidance on here and 1st time failed, didnt sprout and threw them out, used too much seed also. I had to watch a YouTube video and is so easy now and doesnt take long at all. For anyone having trouble, I used a large Mason jar that the lid pops out in middle and put some cheese cloth over jar, lid on, poked some other holes into it to help with draining. Or can buy sprouting jars with mesh lids, im just improvising though. But add 2 to 3 tbsp seed , rinse few times in jar with lukewarm water, 3 quarters fill jar, leave to soak at least 12 hours, rinse and leave jar at a slant letting water drain, I use a large bowl with kitchen towel under to stop it sliding, and rinse them few times throughout the day and again before bed , its helpful to add a touch apple cider vinegar to it before rinsing at night , as helps them not go off wheilst in fridge. But in morning can be transferred to air tight container then fridge, or continue sprouting for larger shoots.
I recommend this product
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Northern Parrots: Thanks for your review, it's useful for other Parrot owners.
1 / 5
Wrong Seed Types - Bad Sprouting Details
26th February 2019
Concerned_pet_lover
My Parrots: Budgie, Cockatiel
Okay, so you put together a sprout mix that just doesnt work. Sprouting incorrectly can be dangerous to our pets. Please reconsider this package. Hempseed does not sprout or soak. Why is this even in this mix?? Meng beans take 24 hours to sprout - thus should be sprouted on their own or with seeds that also take 24 hours to prevent over soaking. Nigerseeed is an oily seed , why would you add this to a sprouting mix? Oily seeds need to be rinsed A LOT else they will be goey and make the sprouts go bad. rapeseed soaks in 10 hours. Millet soaks in 8 hours. You could put together rapeseed, millet, safflower, sunflower, spelt, kamut, almond , alfafa , wheat, oats, lentil together to make a suitable sprout mix for pet parrots. Hemp and nigerseed should NOT be in this mix. I am not sure if you should sprout mung beans with these either, they take twice as long as the other seeds to sprout. maybe have their own package or seperated within the bag. You should give better instructions on how to sprout. Rinse and drain after the initial 10-12 hour soak. Rinse every 4- 6 hours, do not put sprouts near sunlight to promote bacterial growth. They can sprout just fine away from the window. They dont need a lot of sunlight. You can use apple cidar vinegar mixture 1 to 4 parts acv to water to clean the sprouts once per day. spray or soak for 5 minutes then rinse until vinegar smell is gone. Sprouts should smell earthly , not sour. If sour discard.
I don't recommend this product
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Northern Parrots: Thank you for your feedback. We would never put together a mix that we thought would be dangerous for our birds. I will contact the product team with your concerns, please can you also email info@northernparrots.com. Thanks.
2 / 5
Tiny Seeds Mostly That Do Not Sprout
5th November 2017
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
My Parrots: Budgie, Cockatiel, Lovebird
Location: United Kingdom
so what are those tint dark things, and how to get them to sprout ?. they annoyingly fall through the drainage slots of my germinator trays and do not react at all to being soaked for 2 days. AM i missing something ? should have stuck to tidymix ! can I see a list of ingredients
I don't recommend this product
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Northern Parrots: Hi there, please can you contact our customer service team on info@northernparrots.com so they can look into it and provide an ingredients list for you, thanks.
5 / 5
Great Product
26th May 2017
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
My Parrots: Conure - Small
Location: BILLINGSHURST, United Kingdom
My Conure absolutely loves these sprouting seeds. They are very easy and quick to grow
I recommend this product
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Northern Parrots: Thank you for your review. We're happy to hear your conure is enjoying these nutritious sprouting seeds.
5 / 5
Good Product
31st December 2016
Rank : Top 100 Reviewer
My Parrots: Cockatiel
Location: London, United Kingdom
Both my tiels really enjoyed this. It is a bit of a process, but definitely worth it.
I recommend this product
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Northern Parrots: Thanks for your review, we're pleased your Tiels like it.
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