• Sep 19, 2019
Protein feed (a forage of animal origin) is extremely important for a popugaychik. However you remember that it cannot make a diet basis. Protein feeds are used only as addition to the main course to provide an organism of the feathery friend with the substances which are absent in a vegetable forage.
Protein Feeds for Parrots the Parrot has to receive different forages, including proteinaceous
Protein feeds are given to parrots no more than 2 — 3 times a month, and during a molt, preparation for nesting and cultivation of baby birds — every day.

If you use animal forages, consider their features:
  • Protein feeds quickly spoil, in particular during a heat therefore they are given exactly in that quantity which the parrot eats for time.
  • protein feed in the separate feeding trough which is previously purely washed up Is given.
Protein Feeds for Parrots

What protein feeds can be given to a parrot?

  1. Eggs. The yolk contains vitamins A, D, E, K and also about 70% of organic matter. In protein about 30% of organic matter and also group B vitamins. In addition, egg — a well important macro - and minerals: magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, sodium, chlorine, iron, sulfur, pine forest, iodine, bromine, etc. Egg is cooked by hard-boiled, shell, grate. Feed as in the form of mixes (with beet or carrots), and in pure form.
  2. Cod-liver oil — a source of vitamins A and D, phosphorus and iodine. Consider that cod-liver oil is stored only in the refrigerator, but even there contents of open capacity spoil in several days.
  3. Skim cheese — a great way for an organism of a bird "to extract" protein, vitamins, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, calcium and lactic acid. However consider that only friable fresh cottage cheese will approach.
  4. Gammarus and flour hearts — also remarkable option. In the nature parrots sometimes regale on insects and will appreciate your attempt to diversify their diet with tasty and healthy food.

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