Budgies can eat corn, but it is not part of their diet. Budgies love corn, but it should only be given occasionally as a treat. Budgies can become obese and sick if they eat too much corn, which is high in sugar and fat. Budgies can eat both raw and cooked corn, but cooked corn is easier to digest. Budgies can eat corn on the cob, but it should be plain without butter or salt.
Because some vegetables contain oxalates that bind to minerals like calcium, budgies should not eat the same food more than once or twice a week. Budgies can safely eat vegetables like bell peppers, broccoli, butternut squash, asparagus, carrots, corn on the cob, artichoke, and sweet potatoes.
Leafy green vegetables like spinach, romaine lettuce, and kale are also good for budgies’ immune systems.
Give budgies fresh, moist food and do not leave them in their cages for too long, especially in warmer weather, as they can go off and grow bacteria and molds that can make them sick.
In conclusion, budgies can eat corn as a treat in small amounts. To ensure they get enough nutrients, give them a varied and balanced diet that includes vegetables. Fresh, moist food is essential for budgie health and happiness.
I know that budgies like corn as a treat because I have them. They liked both cooked and raw corn. I occasionally feed them corn. I also feed them leafy green vegetables like spinach and kale. I make sure they have fresh food and clean water every day and remove any uneaten food to keep them healthy. Providing a varied and balanced diet has kept my budgies healthy and happy.