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Food And Nutrition Post any questions you may have about your cockatiels diet here. Also feel free to share any cockatiel recipes you may know of.

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Old 11-11-2016, 04:48 AM
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Are you providing cattle fish or mineral blocks at all? Or grit? I provide my birds with a grit bowl, bird sand (some of my birds need it), cattle fish and iodine blocks (I think that's what they are called!).
Yes, I give Maggie and the 'keets cuttlebone; no grit or sand though. I will try getting her a mineral block within the next day or so.
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I grate carrots, so my boy eats some carrots shreds "by mistake" while eating the rest of his diet...
I tried adding grated carrots to her beans-and-sprouts-and-quinoa dish, and I think I caught her eating some this evening! Hurray for Maggie the gourmet!

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