Crazy Corn was the industry pioneer creating naturally nutritious cookable bird food mixes and it has continued to be a leading brand throughout the years. Their success is warranted as these mixes not only they provide quality, natural, and healthy nutrition but parrots LOVE them. Crazy Corn bird food provides a warm, moist diet that is reminiscent of the time your parrot was handfed by momma parrot or by their handfeeder. The flavors are enticing with 50 ingredients such as: pistachio nuts, cashews, 4 kinds of peppers, whole grains, generous fruits like papaya, peaches, pineapple, banana chips, veggies, pasta shapes, legumes, healthy herbs like ginger and garlic ... and even more! The 5 Mixes are: Original Corn Bean Mix, Rainforest Rice Puddin' (especially favored by my birds), Kung Fu Yum (don't you love the name :), Noodles 'n Nuts, and Polly Pasta.
Not only do my parrots look forward to these nutritious mixes but I love feeding them ... because providing them is so easy. With 15 birds the convenience is a biggy for me. But not wanting to sacrifice quality for convenience I'm grateful to have a nutritious product so easy to feed. The diets are designed to be cooked in large batches to be frozen into daily serving sizes that can be warmed up daily and fed. What could be more convenient? I like adding the mix to other fresh foods my birds get daily. But they enjoy it all by itself, too! Sometimes I opt to feed Crazy Corn to them for their evening snack. It's a nice way to end the day and I expect they like this warm food when winter puts a little chill in the air.
One other thing that I really like about Crazy Corn is because it was originally developed to provide a low-fat nutritional food to help combat parrot malnutrition, especially the seed only "death" diet still too commonly encountered. I really applaud the foresight and caring demonstrated by the development of these appealing mixes. No matter whether your parrot enjoys an excellent diet from a variety of high-nutrition foods I hope you'll give Crazy Corn a try ... if you aren't yet a fan. Your birds will love you for it!