Item Number: NEONATE
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Soy protein isolate, Hi-oleic sunflower oil, Corn starch, Sugar, Calcium carbonate, Potassium chloride, Di-calcium phosphate, Phosphatadylcholine, Vitamin supplement (vitamin A acetate, vitamin D3, dl-alpha tocopheryl acetate, vitamin B12, riboflavin, d-calcium pantothenate, niacin, pyridoxine hydrochloride, d-biotin, thiamine mononitrate, folic acid, zinc sulfate, manganese sulfate, copper sulfate, sodium selenite, calcium carbonate, vegetable oil), Methionine, Vitamin E.


Crude protein (min.) 26%, crude fat (min.) 14%, crude fiber (max.) 1%, moisture (max.)10%


- Harrison's Bird Foods do not contain artificial preservatives.
- Do not repackage into other containers. Squeeze air out of bag, seal and store. If zip becomes damaged, roll bag down and clip shut with chip clip or clothespin.
- Once opened, a bag of Harrison's should be used up within 8 weeks.
- Storing food in fridge or freezer helps maintain freshness.

Feeding Directions

Caution: The correct feeding technique must be used in order to prevent injury to the bird or inhalation of the formula that could result in pneumonia and death.

Step 1: Gently feel the crop to determine that it is almost empty before feeding.

Step 2: Mix fresh: 1 part dry formula to 1-3 parts bottled “drinking water” heated to approximately 103°F (39°C). Do not microwave. Allow to cool to lukewarm.

Step 3: Feeding with an irrigation syringe is probably the most universally successful technique. As one faces the bird, position the syringe to enter the oral cavity from the left side of the bird’s beak and direct it toward the right side of the bird’s neck. Deposit the food into the bird’s mouth and, as it swallows, the normal feeding response closes off the trachea and prevents aspiration of the formula into the lungs.

Step 4: Feed the bird until the crop is full but not overstuffed and clean the excess formula from the bird’s beak, feathers and enclosure.

Step 5: Small species older than 21 days and large species older than 7 days should be fed Juvenile Hand-feeding Formula.™


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Best of the Best 12/28/2017
For years I hand raised cockatiels using Tropican or Nutristart, I did get good results from these, however, last year I switched to Neo Nate. What a dramatic difference, not one crop issue with any of the babies, they grew faster, feathered out fully a good week earlier than normal, very strong feathers for once, no frayed or broken tail feathers. I kept them on Neo Nate the full 21 days, very important for cockatiels, then slowly over the period of 7-10 days began adding Juvenile formula into the mixture, slowly phasing out the Neo Nate, this worked really well, again, no crop issues. I did add probiotics, and a little of the Harrisons digestive aid when I started mixing in the Juvenile formula. I am truly delighted with these two formulas Juvenile and Neo Nate. I would highly recommend these both for hand feeding, and will definitely be using them again!! Thank you Harrisons.