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Higgins Pet Food Sunburst Gourmet Cockatiel Diet 3lb
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Higgins Pet Food Sunburst Gourmet Cockatiel Diet

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The premier Gourmet avian diet that are loaded with more natural goodies than anything on the market! You’ll be impressed by not only the premium quality of the ingredients but the quantity of select natural treats. Sunburst for M...

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Part #: 30230

The premier Gourmet avian diet that are loaded with more natural goodies than anything on the market! You’ll be impressed by not only the premium quality of the ingredients but the quantity of select natural treats. Sunburst for Medium Hookbills has: white, red and German millet, safflower, canary seed, rape, medium and Russian sunflower, flax, cantaloupe seed, hemp, sesame, poppy, coconut, strawberry, papaya and pineapple pieces, spinach, carrots, pea flakes, extruded pellets (Vita Krunch) and digestive cultures. Guaranteed Analysis - Crude Protein (Min.) 15.0%, Crude Fat (Min.) 11.0%, Crude Fiber (Max.) 8.0%, Moisture (Max.) 9.5%.
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Great Food!! Product Review by JACKY WILSON (Posted on 9/6/12)
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Excellent!

Comments: I had been hunting for a food that my birds liked and that I thought was a good diet. Higgins Gourmet Cockatiel Diet is that food. I have far less waste and my birds love it. I highly recommend this product.

too much white millet Product Review by MARVA DILLINGER (Posted on 10/22/11)
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Average

Comments: Overall it seems to be a pretty good blend except like most all seed mixes it is really heavy on the white millet. My birds don't really seem to favor the white millet and waste a lot of it yet it seems that almost all blends have it as the first ingredient. I think I will go back to mixing my own.