supplementary feed & reward
Wild nuts in shell
optionally with or without shell
unsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids
rich in protein
rich in fiber
rich in omega-3 fatty acids
benefit from nuts of first choice
Pure nuts without shell
Our wild nut mix made from whole nuts such as almonds, macadamia, hazelnuts and walnuts is an ideal supplementary food for your parrots. You can choose with or without a shell, depending on the strength and taste of your birds. Nuts are a major part of the diet of some species (african grey parrots, macaws, eclectus parrots, black cockatoos, african parrots)
Wild Nuts - in shell
rich in essential omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin E
WHAT IS INSIDE? BEST QUALITY. THANKSTO THE BEST INGREDIENTS.
Hard shell - tasty kernel
big and crunchy.
Quality is our philosophy
Tropical - Crunchy
Nuts kernels - without shell
30% peanut kernels (very large)
25% hazelnut kernels
25% almond kernels
10% brazil nut kernels
10% pecan kernels
Our feeding recommendation.
For many species, nuts represent a large part of their diet. Our high-quality nut variations can be fed as a supplement to our Vital Pellets and are suitable for all parrots and parakeets. Store the nuts always, dark and cool in our resealable pack. Fresh water and appropriate hygiene at the feeding place must always be ensured.
For some species, nuts constitute a major part of their diet.
The following types should therefore receive our nut mixture every day in addition to the Vital Pellets:
African parrots: African grey Parrots, Poicephalus species (Senegal Parrots etc.)
Australian Parrots: Eclectus Parrots, Palm Cockatoo, Black Cockatoos
South American Parrots & Parakeets: Macaws, Pionites, Golden Conure,
Asian Parrots & Parakeets: Ring-necked Parakeet, Moluccan Cockatoo, Solomon Cockatoo, White-crested Cockatoo, Orange-crested Cockatoo, Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, Spectacled Cockatoo
Storing the feed:
We used resealable bags to keep our nuts fresh. You can also store the nuts in a feed bucket with the lid closed. Protect them from direct sunlight, excessive heat (+18 degrees) and all kinds of pests.
You can find the current best-before date on our packaging.