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Fruit and Vegetables

As well as the normal seed diet, a parrot needs variety in its daily food. Some of the following should be fed to your parrot on a daily basis preferably as its first meal of the day. The food should be removed at teatime and the dish thoroughly washed ready for the next day. It is also an excellent idea to vary the following so that the bird does not get bored with the same assortment.

FRUIT (uncooked)

VEGETABLES

PULSES

Apples
Carrots
Soya

Pears

Celery

Black-eyed Peas

Orange

Winter Radish

Maize

Bananas

Corn on the Cob

Peas

Plums

Endive

Maple Peas

Apricots

Iceberg Lettuce

Pearl Barley

Grapes

Cress

Field Beans

Water Melon

Spinach

(Pulses should be soaked for 24hrs before feeding to bird

Honeydew/Gallia Melon

Green Beans

Pomegranates

Peas in the Pod

 

Cantaloupe Melon

Beetroot

DRIED FRUITS

Mangoes

Parsnip

Sultanas

 

Swede

Raisins

SOAKED SEEDS

 (Feed as sprouted)

Turnip

Coconut

 

 Juniper Berries

Clipped Oats

NUTS

ADDITIVES

Pumpkin Seeds

Walnuts
Egg food (Orlux)

Mung Beans

Brazils

Skimmed milk

Green Lentils

Hazelnuts

Honey

Wheat

 

Wholemeal bread

Sunflower

Pine nuts

Soaked pellets

Chick Peas

(An adult Macaw will enjoy being given these nuts in their shells)

Oyster shell

(These should be soaked for 24 hrs, Rinsed and spread on a saucer covered with a damp cloth for 24hrs & fed)

Cheddar cheese

 

Grit

WILD PLANTS

Cuttlefish

Young Dandelions

Peanut butter

Chickweed

Bone meal

 

 

Monkey chow

MEAT

BRANCHES

Omega

Tuna

Willow

Charcoal

Cooked Chicken

Hazel

Kelp

Cooked Rabbit

Ripe Hawthorn Berries

Jacket potato

(Cooked in micro for 10 mins)

Vitalin Dog Food

Clover

 

Apple

 

 

Catkins