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Tomatos & Asparagus

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Just wondering if any of the above would be okay to feed. I grow my own tomatos in the garden and Ive some lovely cherry ones ripe now plus they are obviously organic. Asparagus I think Ive read somewhere its okay, just wanted opinions please!

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Guest Imotive

I think the asparagus is going to make their poop different

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Guest Millimi

I know for sure tomatoes are okay.

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Guest potter

I read somewhere that tomatoes are okay but not too much.Am not very sure about asparagus though.

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Guest Millimi

I just did some research and asparagus is not good for budgies. :yellowhead:

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Thanks Millimi, I will try then with a homegrown tommy tonight let you know how it goes.

 

Anyone else birdies like them?

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I have a book that says asparagus tips are good. I also read on a website today that tomatoes aren't bad, but most budgies don't like them. I've never fed either one to birds, although the wild birds will eat the tomatoes off the vine. I think they do it for the liquid inside.

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Guest jenny

yes my birds love tomato...that surprised me!!

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Guest BUUZBEE

My conure will eat tomato, but never tried the asparagus. As for the budgies, i've never tried either :blush:

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I'm sure i read something about the seed things not being good for budgies, that budgies can't have fruit seeds/pips so i would think the flesh is fine but not the watery seedy part.

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I tried them with the tomato Bea and they didn't touch it had a sniff but werent interested.

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