crunch, crunch, crunch, gulp!

what you need:



dried cranberries
stale white bread
asian rice
crushed tortilla shell
crushed croutons
small plastic container
knife


first you need to put about 10 dried cranberries in the plastic container.then add the tortilla shell, bread, and the coutons in the container.after that you pound everything with the knife in the container. last but not least you add the asian rice! whats even better is that it's homeade and its edible only if you use non-stale bread. also it is very nutritous and very healthy!

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by: Brook

I am sure that your birds like your treat but it is very unhealthy and very possibly dangerous for them to eat things like chips and bread. Birds need protein and there is very little in these products also the preservatives can be fatal to birds and their bodies can not derive any nutrients from the bread. These food products do fill them up but with ducks they can bloat and die easily. If you choose to feed your birds the equivalent of cheap candy please do it in extreme moderation so you don't make them sick or kill them. Don't mean to spoil the fun but this can be very dangerous.

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