This seed from the panic is rich in protein (12.6%) it also contains 60% of carbohydrates and less than 5% of lipids. Japanese millet is recommended to all breeders of astrildids, exotic, native, parakeets ...
Sprouted seeds are richer than dry seeds in nutrients. They contain vitamin A, B and E (fertility vitamin), calcium, potasium, magnesium and trace elements.
White millet is rich in vitamins and minerals and is an alkaline (non-acidic) cereal. The white millet participates in the basic diet of parakeets, exotic birds and exotic doves.
Millet comes into the diet of all birds: straight beaks and hooked beaks. In a bunch, it's a treat they crave. Spray millet has a good protein and carbohydrate content and also contains a large number of amino acids.
Perle Morbide replaces germinated seeds for Canaries, Finches (such as Lady Gouldians, Waxbills, Grassfinches, Goldfinches, Siskins, Bullfinches, etc.) Parakeets, Cockatiels and any other sprout-eating birds
A type of oilseed, Nyjer is a popular birdseed because it is an exceptional energy source for backyard birds.
Hemp seeds are very nutritious and contain more essential fatty acids (EFAs) than any other source and are second only to soya because of their high digestibility and high biological value.
Most birds that come to your feeders will be seed-eating birds and their favorite is the black sunflower. This is the best bird feeder seed to use. In winter, the oil in this seed is important for birds because they use their sebaceous glands to spread this oil on the feathers to keep them dry and warm.
Stripped sunflower is the basic seed of any parrot mix. Ideal also for the exterior birds in the winter periods.