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Date Posted: 11:53:18 07/15/10 Thu
Author: Diane
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Subject: Re: a question about how to make my CPQs as happy as possible
In reply to: Fran Games 's message, "a question about how to make my CPQs as happy as possible" on 11:26:37 07/11/10 Sun

It sounds as though they have a happy home. The only thing you didn't mention is whether you are feeding them gamebird or turkey crumbles which should be at least 90% of their diet (usually 23% protein). I feed mine a large portion of the crumbles, egg food mixture and a small portion of seed along with the veggies, fruit and less than 5 mealworms each a day.

If you feed seed of any kind, they will also need grit. I offer mine a large bowl along with their food of the grit. They usually bath in it at times, so I often clean with fresh grit. I buy finch grit at the petstore.

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