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Re: Mazuri Pellets question

Posted by Elizabeth on 5/20/06
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    I started out on Zupreem long ago as all the birds ate it without
    a problem. Now I tend to prefer roudybush - it is natural colored
    and is a bit better of a pellet. (Per my avain vet, how the birds
    are etc) That said it is more expensive - but I buy it wholesale
    so it works out fine. The few pairs that will not convert or are
    in the process eat a 1/2 natural zupreem, 1/2 colored til they are
    converted 100%.

    On 5/14/06, Andie wrote:
    >>> Aren't Mazuri Pellets for Rodents? And why did you stop
    >>> using Zupreem?
    >>> Val
    >
    > I love the Zupreem pellets but have to buy in large bulk between
    > bird shows, or order online and pay shipping. A new feed store
    I
    > pass every day on the way to work carries the Mazuri pellets and
    > I had heard some people on here say they used them so I thought
    I
    > would give them a try. Mazuri makes food for all kinds of
    > wildlife, mostly zoo animals. They probably do make a rat
    pellet
    > too =).
    >
    > Anyone else have any ideas?
    > Andie