Features of WAKA food for parrots

All food for parrots “VAKA” is produced on the basis of various natural ingredients. Each serving of food is developed with the participation of specialists in the field of breeding ornamental birds. The food is balanced, it is suitable for daily feeding.

Advantages and disadvantages

Food for parrots “WAKA” has some important advantages.

  • Compound. In the manufacture, all the necessary healthy grains are used, including millet, hemp seed, meadow grass seeds, and oats. In addition, seaweed is often included in the composition. Such mixtures are saturated with vitamins E and B, as well as various amino acids, iron and calcium. It contains all the necessary trace elements.
  • Diversity. Currently, the manufacturer produces various types of feed. The range includes mixtures specially designed for decorative birds of small, medium, large sizes. In addition, the company’s products are sold in durable packages with various volumes, most often in pet stores you can see packages of 0.5 kg, 1 kg.
  • Affordable cost. A package of this food can be purchased at a small price (about 60 rubles for an average package).

But the company’s products also have some disadvantages that you need to pay attention to.

  • Grain quality. In the manufacture of food, tinted grain components with a specific smell can be used.
  • Dust. It is not uncommon to find dust and other such debris in the bags easily.

Feed range

Next, we will take a closer look at the individual varieties of these feeds for parrots.

  • “VAKA – high quality” with a high content of minerals and vegetables. This complete and balanced food is intended for breeds of small and medium sizes. The diet contains iodine, which helps prevent metabolic disorders. One bird has about 1.5-2 teaspoons of such food at a time. If you use cockatiel food, then it is better to add a little sunflower seeds to the mass. It is also recommended to periodically mix this grain mixture with an egg or grated carrots or cottage cheese. Such a mixture will allow you to grow absolutely healthy and strong parrots. The composition includes, among other things, millet, hemp seed, dried vegetable pieces, mineral supplements, meadow grass seeds and oats, sea kale.

This balanced food will be perfect for budgerigars.

  • “WAKA – high quality” for small and medium breeds of birds during molting. This nutrient mixture is suitable for daily feeding. It includes processed seaweed, which is the main source of iodine, sunflower seeds, which are considered a source of energy. The food is rich in phosphorus, calcium, proteins, fats and fiber. In addition, this food contains healthy yellow and red millet, canary seed. Food also has a high content of magnesium, calcium and phosphorus.

  • “WAKA – high quality” with millet. This mixture can be perfect for various herbivorous birds, including parrots, canaries, bullfinches. The main component in the manufacture of such a complete diet is millet, grain acts as the main source of essential amino acids and vitamins.

  • “WAKA – high quality” oats. This food can be suitable for both ornamental birds and domestic rodents. It is made on the basis of germinated oats, which contains a large amount of B and E vitamins. Also, the food has a high content of proteins, fiber, fats, silicon and magnesium. Often before feeding, oatmeal is mixed with water in advance so that it swells a little.

In this form, the components will be much easier to digest by the digestive tract of animals.

  • “WAKA – high quality” for large parrots. This food is most often used for cockatoos, grays and macaws. In addition to the standard grain mass, the diet also includes carrots, fresh herbs and cabbage. Most often, this food is mixed with a chicken egg or cottage cheese. Often the composition includes nuts, seaweed, various additives of plant origin.

Overview of reviews

Many veterinarians noted that low-quality grain components are often used in the manufacture of such feeds. Many formulations are sold in cardboard packaging, which does not protect food from negative environmental influences, so the grain mixture can become moldy. Veterinarians advised to purchase such masses in sealed, durable packages.

Some ornamental bird breeders have also noticed that many of the compositions in the range do not boast a high level of quality. Many of them can even provoke the appearance and development of various diseases in parrots, the formation of neoplasms on the body. Many attribute this to colored grains. But at the same time, it was noted that almost all birds easily eat such feed, they cause a feeling of appetite.