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Fortified diet has two different seed. My cockatiel likes the one with sunflower seeds and not the one with safflower.

How can I order the one with sunflower seeds.
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yeah, don't order the one with sunflowers seeds if your bird only eats the sunflower seeds. Sunflower seeds are very addictive and your bird will get fat from only eating it. Stick with the safflower seeds as supplements to the diet and use primarily pellets as the main diet. Seeds, unfortunately, has low nutritious value as a whole and can be fattening.
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