Lafeber Tropical Fruit Nutri-Berries Parrots 20 Pound Box
Lafeber Tropical Fruit Nutri-Berries Parrots
Please accept our apology for the increase in price. The Lafeber Company has required everyone to sell at their "MRP" (Minimum Retail Price). If we sell for less than Lafeber's imposed "MRP", Lafeber will not sell us their products.
Tropical Fruit Nutri-Berries! Its only real competition is a trip to the rainforest
Made with real pieces of pineapple, papaya, and mango
Exceptionally high rate of birds’ acceptability compared to regular pellets
Omega 3 & 6 fatty acid balanced
Naturally preserved & flavored
Made in the USA on the Lafeber Family Farm
Can be offered as a complete diet or as a healthy treat
Shipped directly to you from the manufacturer - you can't buy fresher!
thank you to Countryside Pet for getting this product to me.
I know that my bird is very healthy thanks to LaFeber.
The Female sale person was very helpful to me.
2018-03-11 03:55:45 UTC
Michael sharkey said:
Best price Best service. Thank-you.....
2017-08-25 16:45:31 UTC
Thomas Gaskill said:
Great nutrition that my birds will actually eat
All of the Nutri-berries products deliver outstanding nutrition. What they do better than pelleted diets is that they get birds to eat them. Nutri-berries are evidently fun foraging, interesting to hold, and taste good. My Indian ring-necked parakeets are crazy about the tropical fruit flavor, and my cockatiels and green-cheeked conure love them, too. (It is often not easy to get cockatiels to eat fruit. They also get cockatiel Nutri-berries.) Even my Senegal doves like them. The nutrition is as good as the best pellets, and the birds enjoy eating them.
2016-07-14 16:13:45 UTC
Posted by karensbirds said:
PARROTS LOVE IT!
I use them as a treat and give each parrot 1-2 a day. They love it and I feel good knowing it has pieces of fruit in it.
2016-07-14 16:12:47 UTC
Posted by Momtozoo said:
OUR BIRDS LOVE IT, AND THIS IS THE PLACE TO GET IT!
Our parrots (Conure, Eclectus, and Macaw) all love these. I actually called the local university (vet school) to check that this was a safe diet - living in the Midwest, fresh fruit/veggies can be a bit sad during the winter - and it is - and better yet, the birds actually eat it! We still supplement with fresh veggies/safe fruit, 'cause who wants to eat the same thing every day - but this is always a hit