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Date Posted: 16:39:18 06/15/09 Mon
Author: Beverly
Subject: I've never heard that cashews are a 'no-no' - unless ...
In reply to: Delmarie 's message, "My partner wants to know why?" on 08:22:25 06/09/09 Tue

I've never heard that cashews are a 'no-no' - unless you mean salted cashews.

I try to keep my fliers diet restricted to foods they would find in the natural setting - so, I avoid giving them things like candy - chocolate, or otherwise.

I don't often give them cashews - I do give them walnuts, hazelnuts, etc. Fresh veggies, and some tree buds and seeds, from my own woods (where I know nothing is sprayed).

>Why are cashews not good for fliers? Are their any
>other foods to avoid? love... mother of a "piglet";D

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