TOP pellets are an important part of a complete diet. Feed approximately as much as your bird will consume in a day. Some days birds will eat more than others so the amount will fluctuate. Discard the remainder and feed fresh pellets each time. Consult your avian veterinarian if you have any specific diet related concerns. Although an excellent source of protein, vitamins and minerals, we believe that no pellet can provide 100% of a bird's nutritional needs. Please be sure to feed vegetables, fruits, nuts, and some seeds for a varied diet.
alfalfa, hulled millet, organic barley, ecologically sustainable rice, organic
sunflower seed hulled, organic sesame seeds unhulled, organic quinoa whole,
organic buckwheat hulled, organic dandelion leaf powder, organic carrot powder,
organic spinach leaf powder, organic purple dulse, kelp, organic rose hips
powder, organic rose hips crushed, organic orange peel powder, organic lemon
peel powder, organic rosemary whole leaf, organic cayenne ground, organic
crushed red chili peppers, organic nettle leaf, cinnamon.
Crude protein minimum 13%, Crude oils and
fats minimum 6%, Crude fiber minimum 11%