UK Budgerigar Club (UKBC) talks to Haith's birdseed about putting budgies first.

UK Budgerigar Club (UKBC) talks to Haith's birdseed about putting budgies first.


UK Budgerigar Club (UKBC) talks to Haith's birdseed about putting budgies first.

In this episode, Dr Kevin Eatwell, veterinary specialist and management committee member of the UK Budgerigar Club (UKBC), talks to Simon King - Director at Haith's - about the UKBC and explains why the club is putting budgies first.

Kevin explains how the UKBC is fast becoming the place for people to learn, grow, educate, and have fun with other budgie-keepers.

UKBC-inspired budgie seed mixes are available for members and non-members to purchase directly from Haith's; however, joining the UKBC means members can save money on Haith's budgie seed mixes and other bird food supplies from Haith's.

Find out more about UKBC and join the club here. https://ukbudgerigar.club/

Other topics:

• Kevin's role as a vet within the UKBC
• That all levels of budgie-keepers have a place in the UKBC
• The Perks of being a UKBC member
• UKBC's 'green ethos.'

More on budgie breeding:

The importance of making grit available - snippet from a podcast recorded with Professor John E Cooper and Chris Snell:

 

Buy budgie seed direct Haith's

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