$7.69 to $41.95
ZuPreem® Natural Premium Daily Bird Food
formerly ZuPreem® Avian Maintenance Natural
ZuPreem® Natural Bird Food offers complete nutrition for various species of adult psittacines (hookbills) and passerines (softbills). Ideal for those wanting to feed a more natural diet.
Features & Benefits of ZuPreem® Natural Premium Daily Bird Food:
- 21 vitamins and minerals in every bite
- contains fresh ground vegetables and fruit
- no colorants added
- naturally preserved
- multi-grain formula that includes ground millet, oat groats, wheat and barley
- ZuPreem is the No. 1 selling pelleted bird food brand in the US
Available in Small, Medium, Medium/Large, and Large pellet sizes:
Small - - - - - - Recommended for Canaries, Finches, Parakeets, Budgerigars, Parrotlets and other small parrots.
Medium - - - - Recommended for Cockatiels, Quaker Parakeets, Ringneck Parakeets, Lovebirds, Meyer's Parrots and other medium parrots.
Med./Large - Recommended for Conures, Amazons, Greys, Pionus, Caiques, Senegals and other medium to large parrots.
Large - - - - - Recommended for Macaws, Cockatoos, Amazons and other large parrots.
- Type: Pellets
- Brand: ZuPreem
- Breed: Parakeets,Cockatiels,Parrots & Conures,Large Parrot
- Size: 2.25 lb Bag,20 lb Bag,2.5 lb Bag,3 lb Bag,3 lb
- Country of Origin: USA
This is an excellent product. Several of our Conures love it!
"Great 4 African Greys!"
My picky eater transitioned from colored pellets to the all natural and now does not waste her food throwing out a color she does not want! I do put a teaspoon of water with the pellets so she does not have to drop them in her water dish! Great product!
"Excellent for Eclectus"
I use this Zupreem food for Waldo, my red-sided Eclectus. I like it because it has no coloring which is necessary for an Eclectus. He took to it right away and he has excellent feather condition on it. I highly recommend it!
"Great for transitioning!"
Zupreem is a good brand food to feed your birds. What I really want to talk about is how great it is for transitioning a bird from an all seed diet (which is not good for them) to a pelleted diet. I have used this to transition 2 seed only eating cockatiels to pellets with great ease. It only took a couple of days of mixing it with seed, and I believe the reason is that it is just about the same size as seed that they would eat, and it is all one color/flavor - which eliminates the option of having them pick out only what they want. I am sure this would work for smaller birds as well because of the round shape. I am not sure about larger parrots, but if someone tries, please post and let me know.