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We treat oats as chametz. Done.

Millet seems to be the main ingredient in the list above; Rabbi Dr. Slifkin seems to recommend straight millet, or sunflower seeds for some species. (Ashkenazi custom is not to eat millet, but you can certainly own it and feed it to your birds. It's kitniyos, not chametz.)

Brewers' yeast is a natural source of B-vitamins. Talk to your vet about this one; if your bird needs vitamins this week, one alternative may be Torula yeast. Torula yeast lives on the "soup" created by cooking shredded wood to make paper, and pine is 100% kosher for Passover and year-round!

We treat oats as chametz. Done.

Millet seems to be the main ingredient in the list above; Rabbi Dr. Slifkin seems to recommend straight millet, or sunflower seeds for some species. (Ashkenazi custom is not to eat millet, but you can certainly own it and feed it to your birds. It's kitniyos, not chametz.)

We treat oats as chametz. Done.

Millet seems to be the main ingredient in the list above; Rabbi Dr. Slifkin seems to recommend straight millet, or sunflower seeds for some species. (Ashkenazi custom is not to eat millet, but you can certainly own it and feed it to your birds. It's kitniyos, not chametz.)

Brewers' yeast is a natural source of B-vitamins. Talk to your vet about this one; if your bird needs vitamins this week, one alternative may be Torula yeast. Torula yeast lives on the "soup" created by cooking shredded wood to make paper, and pine is 100% kosher for Passover and year-round!

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We treat oats as chametz. Done.

Millet seems to be the main ingredient in the list above; Rabbi Dr. Slifkin seems to recommend straight millet, or sunflower seeds for some species. (Ashkenazi custom is not to eat millet, but you can certainly own it and feed it to your birds. It's kitniyos, not chametz.)