up your parrot’s life with Cheddar Cheese Nutri-Berries! The snap and
tang of aged [real] cheddar cheese delivers a new taste sensation to
your parrot. Nutri-Berries combine your parrot’s favorite whole grains,
25% pellets, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that promotes good
health and beautiful feathers. Offer as a complete food or as a healthy
Instead of all the seeds and grains being ground down into a
pelleted form, the ingredients in Cheddar Cheese Nutri-Berries are left
mostly whole to give your pet bird the flavors and textures pelleted
diets lack. And, unlike vitamin- and mineral-fortified seed mixes that
essentially lose their health benefits once the bird cracks open the
seed, Nutri-Berries are made with hulled seeds and grains; each berrie
is then coated with essential vitamins and minerals to ensure that your
parrot receives balanced nutrition in each bite. We also use chelated
minerals for better absorption, stabilized vitamins for better
longevity, and we naturally preserve and flavor our foods.
Nutri-Berries offer twice the foraging as pellets. The round shape
encourages holding, giving the benefit of foot exercise. It’s an
exciting eating experience that other diets do not offer — it stimulates
both the taste buds and the brain.
Made with pieces of real, aged cheddar cheese
Exceptional 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 snack
Lafeber, pets are family. All ingredients are hand-inspected, and our
foods are prepared in small batches at the Lafeber family farm in rural
Illinois. This allows for strict quality control from start to finish.
of experience went into the making of Cheddar Cheese Nutri-Berries. Dr.
Ted Lafeber is a veterinarian with a special interest in nutrition and
current president at Lafeber Company. His father, T.J. Lafeber, Sr., was
also a veterinarian and started the company in the 1970s when he
created the first pelleted bird food.