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Are Collard greens and Mustard greens okay to feed to my budgies ?

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Are Collard greens and Mustard greens okay to feed to my budgies ?

 

 

They are awesome! In fact, collard greens are my green of choice, because they take a long time before they wilt in the cage, and they keep nice in the fridge, too. (Better than chard, which breaks down and gets mushy, and stains up their faces.)

 

 

And I love mustard greens too, because they are easy to grow in the garden, and if you let some of them go to seed, you will keep getting new plants for years.

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This maybe a silly question, can you please give me some examples of collard and mustard greens..

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I have no idea what these "greens" are. I too would like an explanation

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Me three.............we dont have these in Australia or at very least not called what you are calling them :D

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Collard greens is a type of broccoli/cabbage I think...

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Collard greens is a type of broccoli/cabbage I think...

I just Googled & you on the money,

Cabbage * broccoli.

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We have mustard greens here in auz land.

http://www.homelife....lad+greens,3512

 

 

Sorry but I have been away for a few days...Thanks for your answer on the greens. I live in the Southern United States and we eat alot of Collard and Mustard greens here along with cornbread. When cooking these greens we add a small amount of hog fat to them to bust the flavors...I have plenty growing in my garden at this time so I will start feeding them to my Budgies on a regular basic...Just straight from the garden and fresh washed...

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