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What kind of keet doesn't like millet? #47291 03/28/06 06:07 PM
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Well mine are the kind that don't. It is weird everyone says that they love millet to death, but mine wont eat it. I put it to their mouths they wont eat it. I put some in their food dish and they wont eat it- they are weird!


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Re: What kind of keet doesn't like millet? #47292 03/28/06 06:25 PM
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my keets didn't go near it at first, but now, they'll litterly fly to it and eat a whole piece in like 3 mins!! It just takes time! Just keep holding it up to them, they will *probably* eventually come to it and start chowing away! good luck! laugh laugh


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