You know, you posted that like every part of the peanut is toxic.
Get a life. They are good treats for training birds. Besides, only
retarded owners place their birds on a strict seed diet.
On 1/16/08, From Susan wrote:
> Excessive protein consumption can cause kidney issues. I just
> rescued a bird that has kidney issues due to a strict seed and
> peanut diet. I was simply stating a fact based on my personal
> experience. SOME people do not realize the amounts of their
> snacks and treats...This was meant as a preventative measure.
> A simple request for information would have been the more tactful
> n 1/14/08, For Susan wrote:
>> On 1/14/08, Susan wrote:
>>> Be careful of the amount of peanuts you use as a reward.
>>> They can be toxic. Almonds might be a better option if your
>>> U2 likes them.
>> Susan, I sit here in utter amazement, marveling in the stupidity
>> of people.
>> Can you please expand on your ridiculous notion that peanuts
>> being toxic.
>> I understand the Aspergillosis concept and such, but where does
>> the toxicity come in as far as using them as a treat?
>> Not disagreeing with almonds being the better food, but I'm
>> getting a little tired of people putting false information out
>> there for those that "might" not be as savvy as yourself.