At Us with pets you will find a large selection of bird food for domestic birds and parrots in cages and for chickens, chickens and wild birds in the garden. On this page you will find e.g. food for budgies, food for parrots, millet cobs, sunflower seeds with and without shell and laying food.
All our bird food is carefully selected and comes from recognized producers such as Christian Pedersen, Vitakraft and Zupreem. You are thus guaranteed to buy the healthiest and best bird food for your birds, regardless of breed.
Selection of bird food
Choosing bird food for caged domestic birds is easy as you simply choose based on the type of bird you have; parrot food for parrots, lovebird food for lovebirds and budgie food for budgies. The feed is composed of the seeds, nuts and kernels that that particular type of bird needs, so it is important to choose the feed that suits your bird, and not just something random.
The situation is completely different if you want to buy bird feed for the wild birds in the garden, because here you cannot be sure that it is only one type of bird that benefits from the feed. On the other hand, you have to think that the birds in the garden will not eat the food laid out as their primary source of nutrition, but to a much greater extent as a supplement, and therefore you can safely offer a little of everything. It can, for example, be sunflower seeds, millet cobs or parakeet food that is placed in a birdhouse so that uninvited guests from the ground such as mice and rats are not attracted.
By choosing mixed feed with different seeds and kernels, there is also the greatest chance for a rich and diverse birdlife in the garden - different types of birds have different preferences.
Food and fresh fruit for parrots
Parrots feed on fruit, nuts, seeds and grains. If you buy a multi-mix food for parrots, the parrot will be well covered in terms of nuts, seeds and grains. In some types of food there will also be dried fruit, and this leads many parrot owners to believe that the bird does not need anything other than the food; but nevertheless, your parrot will thrive much better if the feed is supplemented with fresh fruit, which is juicy and far more nutritious than dried. Offer fresh fruit on a daily basis and vary the types of fruit so that the parrot gets something different. Feel free to choose south tropical fruits that are from the same country of origin as your parrot rather than exclusively Danish fruits. However, parrots will typically like the vast majority of types of fruit.