Goldenfeast Australian Blend Bird Food 25 oz Factory Sealed Bag
"Sized to Beak Perfection"
Goldenfeast Daily Care Formula Peanut Free with no artificial colors or flavors and no synthetic vitamins. For all small exotics. Delightful blend of healthy fruits, herbs, spices, and vegetables plus Quinoa, Chia Seed and Bee Pollen and so much more. Fruits and ingredients are dehydrated unless otherwise noted. Each package is date coded for guaranteed freshness.
Ingredients: Canary Grass Seed, Hulled Oats, Sesame Seed, Tree Nuts (May include one or more of the following; Cashews, Almonds, Pecans, Pistachios, Walnuts), Flax Seed, German Millet, Cranberries, Sunflower Kernels, Roasted Soybeans, Wheat, Canola Seed, Chia Seeds, Bentonite Clay, Siberian Millet, Carrots, Proso Millet, Niger Seed, Quinoa, Caraway Seed, Honey Powder, Papaya, Pineapple, Strawberries, Cucumber Seed, Lettuce Seed, Anise Seed, Fennel Seed, Cane Molasses, Wildflower Seeds, Cabbage, Beets, Apples, Peas, Ginger, Paprika, Cinnamon, Chamomile Flowers, Parsley, Bee Pollen, Roasted Corn, Blueberries, Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Natural Flavoring. Does Not Contain Peanuts.
Guaranteed Analysis: crude protein (min.) 15%; crude fat (min.) 16%; crude fiber (max.) 13%; moisture (max.) 12%; ash (max.) 7%
Refrigerate after opening to retain freshness.
Customer Review: We have been feeding our parakeets Goldenfeast Australian blend for about 4 years now, We moved to a small acreage where I have a pretty large vegetable garden. I have been taking the feed they don't eat and putting in a large pan of sand for them to forage. Then I have spread it in parts of the garden.
The chickens love the rape. The sparrows and other little brown birds clean up all the seed heads that I don't get harvested in time to take to the parakeets. We love the melons and especially the Armenian cucumber that have grown. Your package says, "canteloupe seeds," but we surmise there are actually a good variety of cucurbit seeds. The parakeets can't eat them, but we are enjoying their progeny
The Armenian cucumber is a very large vine growing very large, light green fruit. From Internet research looking for a source for seeds to grow it intentionally next year, I have learned it is really a snake melon. Sliced thin, salted lightly and dehydrated, they are much better than potato chips. Also great raw, quick pickled and sauteed with butter, cumin and tumeric.
The chickens cleaned out what looks like it would have been a honeydew if I'd found it first. There are some Korean melons in another area. Anyway, thank you for the great product and the unexpected bonus. Marylinda J.