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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-10-2010, 06:44 AM Thread Starter
 
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Zupreem Pellets - Smaller?

I recently bought the usual Zupreem Pellets (Naturals), (cockatiel size) and the pellets are noticeably smaller. They used to be plump and round, but now they're more square-ish and a bit smaller.

Has anybody else noticed this? Or am I going crazy...?

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Is the package weight the same Nick? I find that with things such as tissue they shrink the size of the tissue and the amount in the box. Wouldn't think that would apply to bird food. Maybe they are getting their food from a different supplier.
I use Roudybush and the size stays the same.
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I bought a bag a month ago and didnt notice any size changes
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