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Feeding Finches

I feel a need to explain myself. All this time I have written about

  1. Writing
  2. Christian Living
  3. Real Estate Development

And here suddenly I’m writing about — birds?!?

Well if you read far down into our “about” section you know about my love of parrots, finches, cockatiels, etc. Basically if it flies I’m a fan. I’ve kept Lady Gouldian Finches for ages, they’re tiny and beautiful… and make your home sound like a nice jungle. But there’s not a lot of information about some aspects of Gouldians, in fact most of the dietary and disease testing has been done on CHICKENS. I am not kidding.

Anyway skipping forward, I found that way too many people were still feed their finches and parrots seed only. Which is sort of akin to you and me eating saltine crackers 24/7. So I wrote this book, it’s got a lot of information about health and which vitamins/minerals they need, and each chapter covers one part of the diet. And there are recipes. So here it is……..

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Well if you read far down into our “about” section you know about my love of parrots, finches, cockatiels, etc. Basically if it flies I’m a fan. I’ve kept Lady Gouldian Finches for ages, they’re tiny and beautiful… and make your home sound like a nice jungle. But there’s not a lot of information about some aspects of Gouldians, in fact most of the dietary and disease testing has been done on CHICKENS. I am not kidding.Well if you read far down into our “about” section you know about my love of parrots, finches, cockatiels, etc. Basically if it flies I’m a fan. I’ve kept Lady Gouldian Finches for ages, they’re tiny and beautiful… and make your home sound like a nice jungle. But there’s not a lot of information about some aspects of Gouldians, in fact most of the dietary and disease testing has been done on CHICKENS. I am not kidding.

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