If these are homers that you are flying and trying to control, then start out with 1oz per bird, so 1/2 oz twice a day, if they don't leave anything after 20 mins or so, perhaps up it a bit, or if they leave some cut it back a bit, having just a few seeds left is fine for me, that is when I know they have had enough. If you are just feeding fancy birds, the 1oz a day is fine too, but for breeding birds they have food all day to eat. I use one of those large measuring quart pitchers to measure the feed.o im just asking how much should I feed my birds? 2 teaspoons are 1 ounce right?
If you give them the whole amount that you feed them daily in the morning, they won't finish it. They should be fed twice daily. In the morning, and in the evening, or late afternoon. They can't eat their whole daily amount at one time. Do you feed them only once? Or do you feed them two times a day?but when I feed them in the morning of amount of the food that I feed daily they dont finish it all so does that still mean im starving them?
once in the morning and again in the afternoon 3 to 5 pm, before they start going to roost for the night. if you are having a hard time measuring, then do as ggoss said above, but be sure to pick up the food after 20 mins. sounds like an easy way to feed to me.no I only feed them once at 3 afternoon and I tried to feed them at 7 in the evening but none of them came down to eat..