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could i give melogold for irn??

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smkkin
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could i give melogold for irn??

Post by smkkin » Mon Dec 24, 2012 4:12 am

could i give melogold for irn??

my irn eats so happily.

but nowhere infos. so i have a little worry.
tell me please

fionalouise1989
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Re: could i give melogold for irn??

Post by fionalouise1989 » Mon Dec 24, 2012 5:08 am

do you mean marigold? if so, its meant to be toxic for birds according to the list I just looked at... so do NOT give it that if thats what you meant....

smkkin
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Re: could i give melogold for irn??

Post by smkkin » Mon Dec 24, 2012 8:25 am

fionalouise1989 wrote:do you mean marigold? if so, its meant to be toxic for birds according to the list I just looked at... so do NOT give it that if thats what you meant....


um i think melogold and marigold are different.
anyway i knew new info because of quick attention
thank you
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fionalouise1989
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Re: could i give melogold for irn??

Post by fionalouise1989 » Mon Dec 24, 2012 9:41 am

Haha I don't know then. They look like mangos. Never heard of melogold here in Australia!! Ah I just googled a bit they are kind of like grape fruit or oranges. But still not sure if you can give it. I'll leave it open for the experts to give you an answer!!
Best wishes
Fi

Jen&Bug
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Re: could i give melogold for irn??

Post by Jen&Bug » Sat Jan 05, 2013 9:25 pm

Haha, us Aussies have learnt something! I've never seen them either, but they just seem to be variety of grapefruit. They should be fine then, unless you are medicating your bird (grapefruit apparently interferes with medication), and probably only small pieces and not as an everyday thing, as they would be quite acidic.

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Re: could i give melogold for irn??

Post by smkkin » Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:51 am

Jen&Bug wrote:Haha, us Aussies have learnt something! I've never seen them either, but they just seem to be variety of grapefruit. They should be fine then, unless you are medicating your bird (grapefruit apparently interferes with medication), and probably only small pieces and not as an everyday thing, as they would be quite acidic.
oh,, :shock: at last, i found it.
thank you for good advice.

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