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IS YOUR AFRICAN GREY GETTING THE BEST?


If you're not feeding our Low Sunflower For


African Greys then it's doubtful. And this is why: ours is a blend of 5% white sunflower [and is therefore low in fat content, an important factor] with safflower, buckwheat, red dari, white dari, naked oats, puffed wheat, pumpkin seed, hempseed, pine nuts, coconut chips, almond kernels, chillies, walnut kernels, banana chips, puffed maize, paddy rice, wheat, pineapple dice, and chopped apricot. It's a phenomenal mix, high in cereals, fruits


and vegetables, it even includes smaller seeds specifically for the smaller beaked parrots. It's highly palatable, and highly nutritious. And every ingredient is cleaned individually, to a purity level of 99.9%, and without the use of additives. Johnston & Jeff's Low Sunflower For


Af r i can Gr e y s - d e v i s e d a n d


f o rmu l a t e d a n d produced to be as good a parrot mix as you can get. For stockist d e t a i l s [ p o s t c o d e needed for this] contact us by phone or e-mail - and tell us about your birds, and what you need and want


to feed.


JOHNSTON & JEFF LTD., BALTIC BUILDINGS, GATEWAY BUSINESS PARK, GILBERDYKE, EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE HU15 2TD T: 01430 449444 F: 01430 449555


www.johnstonandjeff.co.uk mail@johnstonandjeff.co.uk


FEEDING LARGER BIRDS? THEN JOHNSTON & JEFF'S LOW SUNFLOWER FOR LARGER PARROTS IS FOR YOU - GET THE DETAILS!


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