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Re: Converting Parrots to a Healthier Diet - Tips

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Pellet paste? Where do I find the article they are talking about? Newbie with two finicky green cheeks
All it is is mixing pellets with water, to make a thick "paste". If the pellets are particularly hard (i.e. don't soak up water very well), then it may help to grind the pellets into a powder (coffee grinder anyone?) before mixing in the water.



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Re: Converting Parrots to a Healthier Diet - Tips

Wow, what an incredibly awesome thread of information. I'm not one to bring up old threads, but this one should not go without mad respect! Thanks for the hard work! Now, wish me luck! <3
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Wow, what an incredibly awesome thread of information. I'm not one to bring up old threads, but this one should not go without mad respect! Thanks for the hard work! Now, wish me luck! <3
This is a thread we often link to new members soliciting information! Very much worth digging up!!
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