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Baby Formula

Posted by: Kitty - - June 13, 1998

5 cups water
1 cup quick-cooking oatmeal (not 'instant' oats)
1/2 cup raw wheat germ(from health-food store)
1 tbs corn oil
1/2 tsp salt

Mix and cook the above cereal for 5 minutes, remove from stove, and add one 4 1/2-ounce jar of baby vegetables (strained garden vegetables), a combination of peas, carrots and spinach. (For cockatoos and cockatiels increase this amount by 1/3 to 1/2).

1 cup powdered milk
2 cups sunflower meal (from health-food store)

If sunflower meal is not available, purchase raw hulled sunflower kernels and grind them in a blender. Add 2 slices of very dry whole wheat bread mixed with 1 1/2 to 2 cups sunflower kernels, and grind them together in the blender to prevent the kernels from becoming soggy and sticky. The bread will add nutrition to this formula.

Handfeeding Formula

Posted by: Lisa Knickerbocker - - August 25, 1996

Kaytee Handfeeding formula - 4 cups, Jif Low sodium peanut butter - 3 tbss, All natural Apple sauce - 1 cup, All natural Apple juice - 1 quart, Water - 4 cups, Nutrical (high calorie supplement for cats and dogs) - 1/2 tube, 2 jars each of Gerber baby food - spinach, garden vegetable, carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, green beans
Mixing instructions - Mix kaytee formula, water, juice, applesauce, gerberfood all together. Stir until powder is completely mixed in. Add peanut butter, and Nutrical. Microwave on high for 8 minutes, stir, microwave 8 minutes, stir, Microwave 8 minutes. Divide in to 1 cup servings and freeze in containers. To thaw, microwave 4 minutes, stir, heat 25 seconds or until warm. Food will last in the refrigerator 2 days.

Lorikeets Mix (wet)

Posted by: Dennis Higham - - January 2, 1998

10 weet-bix
2 tbs complan (banana)
3 tbs farex
3 tbs baby rice
4 tbs wheatgerm

Put all ingredients in a blender and mix until powdery. Add a handful of sultanas and 1 tbs of glucose (optional). For one days feed per bird put 2 tsps of dry mix into a feeder then add 1 glass of warm water containing 1 tsp of liquid honey.

Nestling/ Rearing Food

Posted by: Diane Britton - - June 17, 2001

1 Cup Dry Kaytee Hand Rearing Food
4 Cups Gerber Mixed Baby Cereal
Powdered Bird Vitamins/Per Directions

Store In Airtight Container. When ready to use: mix 1/2 Cup of the above with 1 Cup finely shredded hard boiled egg. I mix & offer this twice daily to my breeders & babies. My birds are also fed Kaytee Forti Diet and get their share of greens/shredded carrots.

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