GreenWing wrote:I wouldn't say it's entirely a no-no with an exception of salmon: I think salmon is okay in moderation, and by that I do mean infrequently. If you think about the Omega fatty acids and vitamin B AND D from just a bit, and it's cooked well in an iron skillet, which gives the bird iron, I think in this case the benefits are pretty great.
BUT other than that, yes, I agree. Some parronts feed their birds mealworms, but I don't.
GreenWing wrote:I disagree, and an avian vet will even say it's okay. I also live in Portland, OR and salmon is super fresh out here.
ParrotsForLife wrote:GreenWing wrote:I disagree, and an avian vet will even say it's okay. I also live in Portland, OR and salmon is super fresh out here.
Just a tip you shouldn't believe in every single thing a vet tells you especially when theres facts out there, You just have to do your own research.Doctors are the same, What has the freshness of the salmon got to do with anything? The fact is they don't need meat whether you think its good or bad.
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