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– Remove any uneaten fresh food within several hours after feeding to prevent spoilage.

– Try to develop your bird’s taste by introducing natural fruit juices–then start on the solid fruit. New foods and pelleted diets may be mixed with the seed diet during a transition to a healthier pellet-based diet.


– It may take time and patience to train your bird to eat this form of food, but the benefits to your bird’s health and longevity far outweigh the negatives of the transition.

– Avocado can be toxic to birds and should never be fed.

– Powdered vitamin formulations are best utilized when sprinkled on fresh produce or pellets. When sprinkled on seeds most is wasted, and when put in the water, vitamins can encourage harmful bacterial growth.

– All birds have a protein need. This may be met by feeding limited amounts cooked eggs, cooked egg substitute, bean mixtures (legumes), tofu, whole grain breads, low or non-fat cheese and peanut butter ( in very small amounts).

Older planning documents obtained by Unearthed show that high-end racehorse training infrastructure hosted at the Sheikh’s Godolphin stud farm was built on land previously reserved for agriculture.

Broken system

The billionaire Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who is also the Emir of Dubai, owns two internationally renowned stud farms based in the UK, Darley Stud and Godolphin. Between them, these businesses received £923,760 in common agricultural policy subsidies over 2014 and 2015.

David Tyndall, a director of Saker Estates, has previously served as a director of Darley, Godolphin, Pegasi Management Company and Smech Management Company, and is widely linked to Sheikh Mohammed.

The government has committed to fund the single payment scheme until 2020, but is currently considering what a post-Brexit system of agricultural subsidies will look like.

When contacted by Unearthed , Saker Estates and Pegasi Management Company declined to comment.

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During an appearance at the Melbourne writers’ festival broadcast by ABC, the Indian MP noted Churchill’s orders related to Australian ships carrying wheat at Indian docks.

An Indian politician has put Winston Churchill in the same category as some of “the worst genocidal dictators” of the 20th century because of his complicity in the Bengal Famine.

The 5 of the worst atrocities carried out by the British Empire

He added: “Churchill has as much blood on his hands as Hitler does. Particularly the decisions that he personally signed off during the Bengal Famine when 4.3 million people died because of the decisions he took or endorsed.”

Dr Tharoor, a former Under-Secretary of the UN, also gave an extensive description of British colonial exploitation and annihilation of traditional Indian industries such as textiles which reduced it to “a poster child of third world poverty” by the time the British left in 1947.

“Not only did the British pursue its own policy of not helping the victims of this famine which was created by their policies. Churchill persisted in exporting grain to Europe, not to feed actual ‘Sturdy Tommies’, to use his phrase, but add to the buffer stocks that were being piled up in the event of a future invasion of Greece and Yugoslavia”.

The 5 of the worst atrocities carried out by the British Empire