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Let’s End Avian Malnutrition!

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End Avian Malnutrition With Our ‘Balanced Exotic Avian  Food Plan’   The only way to End Avian Malnutrition for your birds is to feed them a specific combination and balance of foods everyday that provides these three things: 1. All of the hundreds of nutrients a parrot or finch must eat everyday must be in…

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Feeding Parrots: Using Diet for Good Health and Healing, Part 1

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  x x The Overlooked Connection What ever a bird eats and drinks creates his level of wellness, or lack of health. But why is this so? There are a variety of factors that cause sickness and disease.  Here we will focus on diet and nutrition, because the food and drink a parrot consumes either…

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Let’s End Avian Malnutrition!

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End Avian Malnutrition With Our ‘Balanced Exotic Avian  Food Plan’   The only way to End Avian Malnutrition for your birds is to feed them a specific combination and balance of foods everyday that provides these three things: 1. The hundreds of nutrients a parrot or finch must eat everyday must be in a high…

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Changing Our Bird Feeding Customs – Balanced Nutrition the Magic Bullet for Stress

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Changing Our Bird Feeding Customs - Balanced Nutrition the Magic Bullet for Stress. If you truly care about feeding your birds the best nutrition for their good health and happiness, please take a look at the info we have here. It can save your bird's life.

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Changing Bird Feeding Customs: Understanding the Avian Stress-Response

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Did you know that companion and aviary birds are subjected to more stresses than any other animals maintained in captivity? According to information in the avian veterinary text, Avian Medicine: Principles and Application, for birds, stresses tend to be accumulative. This means each new stressful experience is added to all the earlier ones. The problem…

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