Since I'm finally on vacation from school, I have a lot of time to plan what to feed my birds, but I'm not sure if I'm doing the right thing for them when it comes to nutrition. I've been avoiding seeds and they honestly haven't had any for a few months. I'll give them millet every once in a while, but I'm not sure if avoiding seeds is the smartest thing to do.
This is their diet: In the morning, they either have: 15 grain bread, quaker oats, grape nuts, basically a lot of whole grain foods. In the late afternoon, I give them either: Broccoli, carrots, dandelion greens, kale, cauliflower, or mustard greens. On the weekends I'll make them different types of muffins like blue berry muffins or spicy hot corn muffins. I leave out Harrisons and Zupreem pellets for them all the time so they can snack on them if they get hungry.
With the diet they are on now, is it terrible if I avoid giving them seeds?