Several parrots meals

Below a number of outstanding photos of meals for parrots that I have not yet been posted.
Quinoa, grape, rocket lettuce, red peppers and cooked beans.

Apple, cucumber, rocket lettuce, red cabbage, seame seeds, pine nuts, zucchini

Pellets, homemade pellets, dried vegetables, tropical patee, mulberry and raisins.
Cooking pot beans, mandarin, apple, red cabbage, jungle peanuts, quinoa and peppers.


Red cabbage, cucumber, peppers, zucchini, arugula

Carrot, pomegranate seeds, cucumber, bean cooking pot, grape, fruit powder and rocket.

Pellets #6

This time new pellets but without sprouts (time was too short).
Beetroot, jungle peanut, arugula, red peppers, watercress, apple, banana, grapes, broccoli, yellow and red peppers and sesame seeds.

pellets #6

pellets commercieel en zelf gemaakt
Sidedish 🙂
Along with Harrison’s pellets a delicious meal. Nice to report that the  homemade pellets be chosen over the Harrison’s! Also by Tommy who loves the Harrison’s pellets  🙂

Nice parrot food

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 🙂

Here are the photos I’ve made​​:
brocoli met wilde jungle pinda's
Cooked beans, jungle peanuts, yellow peppers, broccoli,  pear, arugula,  sesame seeds and bee pollen.

Groenten mix met noten

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.

Wild raw jungle peanuts

These wild raw jungle peanuts are free from aflatoxins. Aflatoxins are toxic substances made by molds. These are very toxic to the liver even in very small amounts. Unfortunately, Aflatoxins on peanuts are a very real problem. Aflatoxins are a health danger to people animals who eat peanuts. However, because these ancient, nuts are a wild, heirloom nut, planted far away from civilization, these Jungle Peanuts are essentially aflatoxin free. Laboratory tests have proven this.

The taste is fantastic with a rich flavor and aroma. The texture is soft and buttery.
Why wild peanuts?
• contains more than 40% monounsaturated fatty acids = good for the heart!
• Contains 14% protein – more than hemp or flax.
• Contains all eight essential fatty acids.

This unique, delicious peanuts can be germinating! Buying jungle peanuts helps the indigenous people in Ecuador who are fighting for their country to preserve its natural beauty.

You can buy it HERE.