Has anyone ever heard of Harrison's?
Yes - We used to go to Dr Harrison down here in WPB back when we had cockatoos It's a very good brand
Does anyone feed their bird Harrison's?
Yes, I have in the past, but I switched to Roudybush because Harrison's got too expensive
What do you think of the food?
It's a very high quality food, great for your birds if you can get them to eat it.
I just find it to be a little expensive, but it is top of the line. I can't afford to feed it to my 7
I prefer to feed Roudybush, which is just as good but not organic, and spend the money I save on higher quality seed, fruit, and veggies.
Is there any negatives to feeding your bird Harrison's?
Only negatives I see in Harrison's is they want you to feed your bird ONLY the pellet - not even fresh fruit and veggies. That's not a flaw in the brand, just in how they want you to feed.
But that's easy enough to fix, just give them what you want
The only other thing to watch is, since it's a nutritionally complete diet, is you don't want to add many supplements to it, since the food contains high levels of vitamins already and you don't want to over do it.
Only other advice I have is that the high potency is meant for converting birds to the pellet - after 4-6 months when the bird is eating it regularly, you will want to switch to the adult lifetime blend. High potency is for breeding birds, sick birds, weaning babies, and converting birds because it has more fat, protein, and vitamins than the adult lifetime blend. It's also good to give as a daily mix for african greys, eclectus, and macaws because they need more protein and fat in their diets.