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Last Post 28-08-2015 6:14 PM by  Deb Tux
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28-08-2015 4:19 PM
    Could any one tell me is it possible to mix a little apple juice with the birds drinking water or is it too sweet??
    I have been mixing aloe juice in it and he/she quite likes this just wondered for abit of a change.
    Thanks in advance
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    28-08-2015 5:04 PM
    Seems ok to me as long as there are no additives in it. Aloe Vera Juice helps skin and feather condition - why not add the apple to the diluted AVJ and see if he'll take it?
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    28-08-2015 6:14 PM
    That's an idea thanks Doddie 😉
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