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Top 10 Foods Containing Pesticides

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  • #31
    please don't forget we humans can't stand the protein of bugs even if some and I mean only some might be good for us so we spray everything with pestic fide poisons. Also don'tic forget if you buy bulk food, seed particularly the chances of getting stale over fresh is 87 % likely because they never upend the barrell, they pour the fresh on top of the old, and even birds don't like stale food.

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    • #32
      oh wow, thanks for the info.

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      • #33
        The benefits of eating organic food go straight to the farm, where no pesticides and chemical fertilizers are used to grow the organic produce shipped to grocers. That means workers and farm neighbors aren't exposed to potentially harmful chemicals, it means less fossil fuel converted into fertilizers and it means healthier soil that should sustain crops for generations to come.
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        • #34
          People sometimes give birds bits of what their eating. This is of course fine if you're having a nice healthy meal, cooked beans and veggies (hold the butter!), but what about snacks? If the food isn't good for you (chips, sweets, etc), it's not good for your bird either. A small sample of a chip won't hurt every once in awhile, but try not to make a habit of it. Things that are on the list should be avoided at all times, however.
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          • #35
            I had no idea about this

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            • #36
              Quite a comprehensive link, but am not sure about spinach. I have a kitchen garden at home where i grow different types of vegetables and I can tell you for sure my chicken feed on spinach like you can't believe. And they don't seem to have any problem.
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              • #37
                Originally posted by SamK View Post
                I can tell you for sure my chicken feed on spinach like you can't believe. And they don't seem to have any problem.
                Spinach is SUPER high in calcium. It's not a sudden issue, but a long term one. Too much calcium can be a huge problem. They key is moderation.

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                • #38
                  It is sad, almost everything nowadays seems to be contaminated and unless one is really cautious we can never be really sure what you are feeding your pet. Thanks for the information.

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                  • #39
                    the note when we should be careful with these foods, the wrong doing will lead to consequences for breeding birds.
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                    • #40
                      thanks for the infomation!

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