Mash, apple, mango, mulberry, sunflower seeds, hemp seeds, bee pollen and buckwheat.
Whats in the parrots beans dish: (forgot to take pictures):
Adukibonen, mung beans, soybeans, chickpeas. Later I add some blanched broccoli, quinoa, peppers and corn.
Today: bean dish, banana, cucumber, bee pollen, apple, goji berries, mulberry, tropical patee and dried vegetables.
What did the birds get this morning:
Brussels sprout, sprouts, quinoa, 3 pistachios, cooked beans, bee pollen, apple and coconut chips. Mixed with pomegranate powder.
I’m ready for making pellets again. Beans are sprouting a few days now. They are almost done and then we can add fresh fruit and vegetables for make the pellets in the dehydrator.
I have made two pellet-versions already, and the parrots love them! They prefer my version over the Harrisons! I must be careful that they eat enough nutrients because the Harrison’s pellets have added supplements.
Using the dehydrator many vitamins and minerals retained, except vitamin A and C, which will be lost. I have to make sure they get these vitamins from fresh foods.
I have been busy the last few days and forget to take pictures of the birdfood I make … But the birds eat none the less
Today I was so busy with the idea that I like to put the birdfood in the mixer, before I knew it was all blend … so there is no pic of it :-s
But what’s in the mix?
Arugula, broccoli, parsley, grapes, agave powder, mixed nuts, cooked beans, mulberries and coconut chips.
Peppers, dried vegetables, mulberries, 2 raw jungle nuts, apple, some sesame seeds, hemp seeds, pollen and sprinkled with pineapple powder.