Choice with or without bucket.
The food mix with vegetables and berries is designed for rose cockatoos. Rose cockatoos are prone to obesity if fed incorrectly. Therefore, our special mix contains an extra large amount of grass seeds, various small-grained millets, and herbs and spice seeds. The feed is composed as follows: 34.5% millet seeds, 30.5% oil seeds, 20% grass seeds, 6% vegetables, 6% berries and 3% herbs.
Despite the low-fat food required by the pink cockatoo, we want to pamper our animal favorites. That's why we've added low-sugar and low-fat vegetables and berries to the mix. This provides variety in the bowl without consuming too much high-energy food.
When selecting the vegetables and berries, we also paid attention to their health benefits: the peppers they contain have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, the eucalyptus leaves have antibacterial properties, and the berries are said to have various healing effects, such as a detoxifying effect. effect and a high vitamin C content. At the same time, berries are considered low in sugar compared to other fruits.
Grass seeds, red millet, platah millet, wild seeds, cardi, Senegal millet, silver millet, spinach seeds, fennel seeds, carrots, delicha, pagima green, buckwheat, oats, milk thistle seeds, amaranth, niger seeds, canary seeds, linseed, parsley seeds, lamb's lettuce seeds Rowan berries, aronia berries, elderberries, chili peppers, pumpkin flakes, broccoli, berberberries, rosehip fruits, hawthorn berries, eucalyptus leaves, oregano, basil seeds, chia seeds, bird's eye bud, red peppers , jack seeds, fonio paddy, anise, tomato flakes.