Harrison's vs Roudybush

Snow2023

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So I have been trying to figure out the best of the best for budgie pellets and these two brands keep coming up: Harrison's and Roudybush. So I am asking now which is better and am asking to see which ones you guys use and why if you have a specific reason.
 
Harrisons is considered better then Roudybush, HOWEVER, the best pellet is the one your parrot will readily eat. I tried Tops (best), Harrisons (2nd best) and Roudybush (3rd or 4th) but the Roudybush is what he ate, so for us, thats the best pellet. NO sense serving the very best, top quality, $$$ pellet, if it all winds up on the floor or at the bottom of the cage.

What ver you try, make sure a) to change slowly over time. Not abruptly changing foods and b) try to get him to eat fresh veggie "chop", which is hands down the best food for parrots. Chop and pellets as main foods, with a little fruits and even less seed and nuts. Thats what to aim for . Budgies, which are granivores can have a higher % of seeds.
 
RoudyBush is cheaper, and my budgie and caique both prefer it over Harrisons’s. It really depends on your budget and what your bird prefers. Both are healthy options though
 
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Thank you for the advice. Have a great day.
 
RoudyBush is cheaper, and my budgie and caique both prefer it over Harrisons’s. It really depends on your budget and what your bird prefers. Both are healthy options though
I like the RoudyBush also, and I give Aziza, my captivity-born-and-raised 14 year old pet Congo African Grey Parrot the medium maintenace (i. e. 2/4 of a cup every 2-3 days) along with 1/8 of a cup of BocaNuts. I give her new dry food every 2-3 days, and I change her water all the time, especially during the hot summer weather.
 

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