Harrison's High Potency Fine Bird Food 1 lb
All of Harrisons products are a healthy food
My birds love it and I can easily convert birds from seed to pellets with the different size pellets they offer. And since my birds are free flighted the high potency is a plus. I love that I can get it here online instead of having to drive the 20 miles to my Vet!
October 7, 2013
The bird likes it!
We have always used Harrison's High Potency fine style bird food for our cockatiels. The quality and consistency is excellent and the bird seems to like it.
September 25, 2013
My CAG Loves These Pellets
For years I have been trying to get my Congo African Grey to convert from another pellet diet to Harrison's Pellets. Even though the pellets she was on had no food coloring in them, I just wanted her to at least add these to her diet. She eats a great diet and tries everything I give her but the Harrison's. She would pick them out of her food bowl and throw them across the room. A friend at the shelter I volunteer at suggested I try the Fine Pellets instead of the Course that was for her size. Now she eats the Fine with relish every day! Her head doesn't come out of her bowl until the last Fine piece is gone. I don't know what the difference is to her but she loves the Fine ones. She starts dancing whenever she sees me with the bag! I'm so happy that she has added them to her diet & she really loves them now!
April 21, 2013
Best Organic Pellets
These are the best pellets out there. I started converting my cockatiel over 5 years ago to this brand. Tried several on market while converting. All the other brands had food coloring which turned my birdies poo the color of the food & unhealthy perservatives that have no business being in bird food all together. Then I ran onto Harrison's & that was all over finding a pellet food that I felt good about to feed my Tiel. I add a ZMed orange flavored vitamin/mineral supplement on top with fresh pistachios & walnuts everyday. My birdie looks & feels better. He feels so good even at 10 years old, that he never stays on his cage. He's on me all the time he's so Happy..only thing I wish Harrison's would change tho, is I wish they would take out the soy. Soy is bad for us & birdies...
February 26, 2013