» What kind of birds can eat Pro Grow?

» Is Pro Grow a complete diet, or do I have to supplement?

» How long can I keep Pro Grow after it is cooked?

» What are the ingredients?

» How do I get my bird to start eating Pro Grow?

» Can Pro Grow be used as nestling food?

 

What kind of birds can eat Pro Grow?


All types of birds enjoy Pro Grow, from finches to macaws. There are no large seeds which enables any size bird to digest this product. There is also less mess to clean up!

Is Pro Grow a complete diet, or do I have to supplement?

Pro Grow is a total nutrition diet, however we do encourage you to give your bird fresh vegatables and fruits. You may also add dried fruits and vegatables to the mixture.

How long can I keep Pro Grow after it is cooked?

We suggest that you keep a week's worth in the refrigerator and store the rest in the freezer. As long as it is well protected it can last for months.

What are the ingredients?

all purpose flour, whole wheat flour, soybean meal, cornmeal, rice, sunflower meal, powdered egg, calcium, sweet potato flakes, concentrated vitamin complex, spirulina, baking powder, salt

How do I get my bird to start eating Pro Grow?

Once the food has been refrigerated, take enough food for the day out of the refrigerator and place it in the microwave for a few seconds until it gets warm—not hot. The smell will attract the bird to the food. Do this for the first week and then you can serve it to your bird at room temperature. Replace the food daily. Do not leave it in the cage for more than a day. The reason is that the bread is so rich in vitamins that it will mold, and the bird should not ingest it at this point.

Can Pro Grow be used as nestling food?

We encourage the parents to eat Pro Grow before the eggs are laid to produce healthier and bigger babies. Also the parents will continue to feed Pro Grow to the babies once they are hatched. This is a healthy start for the babies, since they will be getting vitamins through this food.