Don’t your parrot eat mixed vegetables (mash/chop)?
How I learn my African Grey eating chop.
I made a nice mash / chop, and threw it in the blender, not too long, just nice small pieces and I add pieces of nut: half walnut, a cashew, hazelnut or other nuts. Just because my Grey love nuts!
The little nut was also devide in smal pieces and I add it at the blended greens.
Gradually I reduce the amount of nuts and after a while only greens/fruits remained.
I do not remember exactly how long it took Tommy began to eat everything, but I think after 2-3 months.
Now I add sometimes nuts or seeds at the mash, just to spoil my birds 🙂
Today a nice candy dish with only fruit!
Banana, apple, grape, blueberry and pomegranate: delicious!!
Here again a few pictures of nice meals for the birds from the last three days.
It’s a bit busy in real life so I have take some pictures but not put it on the website. Here are some pictures from the last few days. Soon I wil make some new pellets, the birds do like them so much. Enjoy to make a new variation! This morning I soak some beans to germinate.
Today the birds had the following breakfast: bean dish, banana, apple, mulberry, fig, tropical patee and cucumber.
Apple, pear, banana, cress, bee pollen, hulled hemp, sesame, beans, cooked beans and a few homemade pellets.
In the mix:
A few days I let wild raw jungle peanuts germinate. It succeeds, but because it takes so long (they are also large nuts …) I find it scary to give it to my birds… It smells a bit sour… Maybe I can grow a nice plant out of it! 😉
Broccoli, tropical patee, bee pollen, banana, pear, cooked beans, pumpkin and sunflower seeds.
Sprouted mung beans, blanched. Mango, bee pollen, pepper, dried mulberries, dried pieces of fruit and some peach powder.