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Eat Smart

Tips on how to save money on bird food

By Susan Chamberlain

Most of us want to give our birds the best quality bird food possible without going broke. You can feed your bird a healthy, enriched diet and still get the most for your money by maximizing value and reducing waste.

One of the best ways to save money on bird food is simply to reduce waste. There’s no need to fill your bird’s food dish to the brim. Most birds only eat the top few layers of seed or pellets, and the food on the bottom goes to waste.

**For the full article, pick up the February issue of BIRD TALK**


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