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Re: African Greys

Posted by mellon on 11/07/09
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    On 11/06/09, GreenLady wrote:
    > On 11/06/09, Mellon wrote:
    >> On 11/06/09, GreenLady wrote:
    >>> On 11/06/09, Mellon wrote:
    >>>> Can Grey breeders tell what they feed their birds. I am
    >>>> always looking for ways to improve. T U
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> I feed mine seed mix, pellets, fresh vegetables, kale,
    >>> collards, mustards, turnip greens, broccoli, frozen mixed
    >>> vegetables, home-made bird bread, red palm oil, cooked eggs,
    >>> some fruits in moderation, wild berries, green seeds (in
    >>> season, golden rod (in season), aloe vera juice.
    >> How do you add the palm oil?
    >> Aloe Vera juice- do you add to the water or food?
    >
    > Mellon, I apologize for the rude comments made by GreyLady. I'm
    > new to this forum and I have witnessed her bouts of paranoia
    > concerning who is who regarding postings.
    > Obviously there is some bad blood between these two people and I
    > seem to provoke her for whatever reason.
    > By the way, I am a 43 year old woman and live on a farm where
    > golden rod and green seeds abound throughout various growing
    > seasons.
    > I bake my bird bread with the red palm oil and also coat my bean
    > mix when it is still warm.
    > I use aloe vera juice, from a bottle, and mix it with equal parts
    > of water. My entire flock receives this once a week as it is
    > known to have a cleansing effect on their systems.
    > These things work for me and my flock, but I can only speak for
    > myself.
    > Our farm, while not totally organic, strives to use the least
    > possible when it comes to any manufactured chemicals or
    > pesticides.