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Old 06-02-2020, 12:01 PM   #1
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Do you use a seed hopper?

I'm curious if anyone here uses a seed hopper with their p'lets? I have a couple left over from my finch days (the clear ones with beige top and beige perch area), and I love them. But Luna seemed kind of cramped when eating out of it, so I switched back to a regular dish. But, I'm still a fan of the hoppers to help with cleanliness. Does anyone use one? If so, which one?


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Old 06-02-2020, 05:37 PM   #2
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I have only heard that term used before with wild birds outside. I have seen people use things like the Tidy Seed Bird Feeder before (there are several other similar manufacturers that create similar products). I have never used one of those products before, but people who have them seemed to like them a lot.
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Tidy Seed is one I have heard of. The sales person at the place I get my bird supplies told me about the ones she uses at home. She says seeds still get thrown around, but not as much. There is one for water, too, for when your bird takes a bath.
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Just a thought - Isn't it amazing how much of a mess something so little can make?
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Certainly---- one little bird makes a mess that has me cleaning and sweeping his living area.
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