I ordered Rosie a new Pellet that arrived today from Oregon. She just hated the Harrison's pellets because they are so hard and bulky. She's been eating Lafeber's and roudy bush pellets mixed together but I don't like them but their the best the pet store carries(Lafeber's is better to me), they are filled with so much fillers and aren't very nutritious.
The new pellet is called Top Organic, they are a certified organic company and I actually recognize everything in the ingredients. It's also the same ingredients as another brand I like called feed your flock, in fact I think it's the exact same company that makes both. Feed your flock is only a label and they don't make their own pellets.
The nice thing is it isn't very expensive, I paid $14 for the 4pound bag(plus $18 for 3 day shipping but some stores carry it). Compared to other pellets that's a awesome price, in fact I was a little nervous about hoe inexpensive it was lol.
Here's the ingredients
Rice, hulled millet, barley, alfalfa leaf, sunflower seed hulled, sesame seeds unhulled, quinoa whole, buckwheat hulled, dandelion leaf powder, carrot powder, spinach leaf powder, purple dulse, kelp, rose hips powder, rose hips crushed, orange peel powder, lemon peel powder, rosemary whole leaf, cayenne ground, crushed red chili peppers, nettle leaf.
They also sent me a 1 pound bag of their certified organic seed mix, it's much better then the average seeds because you can sprout the seeds. Sprouting makes the seeds very nutritious for birds.
Elrohir the plakat
Galah cockatoo & African Grey