|Description||5#. It serves as a nutritious and palatable food source that attracts a variety of bird species. Millet seeds are small and easily digestible, providing birds with essential carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Offering millet as part of their diet promotes overall health, energy, and enjoyment for birds.||#20 KY. Sunflower chips for birds are bite-sized, nutritious pieces of sunflower seeds that offer a convenient and high-energy food source for a variety of bird species. These chips are easy to handle and can be easily consumed by birds, providing them with essential fats, proteins, and calories to support their well-being and vitality.||25#. Ear corn is a natural and energy-rich food source that can be beneficial for birds. The intact kernels provide a nutritious and engaging feeding experience, attracting a variety of bird species and supporting their dietary needs, particularly during colder months.||No Waste is a premium bird seed blend containing hulled millet, hulled sunflower seeds, cracked corn, safflower, and shelled peanuts, designed to minimize waste and provide a nutritious feast for a variety of bird species.||20#. Safflower seeds provide a nutritious, high protein seed for wild birds, while discouraging squirrels! Use safflower seeds to create a seed mix of your own.||Nyjer is best used in tube feeders with small feeding ports of thistle socks. Nyjer seed is not attractive to squirrels and may help keep your feeders squirrel free.|
|Content||Millet 5# contains small, round seeds that are highly nutritious and palatable for birds. These millet seeds are carefully packaged in a convenient 5-pound bag, providing an ample supply of this sought-after bird feed.
- Nutritional Value: Millet seeds are rich in carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, offering birds a well-rounded source of essential nutrients. These nutrients are vital for their overall health, growth, and vitality.
- High Energy Content: The carbohydrates and fats present in millet provide birds with a concentrated source of energy. This energy is especially important for birds during periods of increased activity, migration, or breeding when they require additional fuel.
- Attracts a Variety of Bird Species: Millet is highly appealing to a wide range of bird species, including finches, sparrows, doves, and buntings. Placing millet feeders or scattering millet seeds on the ground can attract and support diverse bird populations, enhancing the biodiversity and enjoyment of birdwatching.
- Easy Digestion: Millet seeds are small and easily digestible for birds, allowing them to efficiently extract nutrients from the feed. This promotes optimal digestion and nutrient absorption, supporting the overall well-being of the birds.
- Versatility: Millet can be offered to birds in various ways. It can be placed in feeders specifically designed for millet or sprinkled directly on the ground, providing birds with a natural foraging experience.
- Enrichment and Mental Stimulation: Pecking at the small millet seeds promotes natural foraging behavior in birds, offering mental stimulation and helping to prevent boredom. This enriching activity contributes to their overall well-being.
|Sunflower chips are made from premium-quality sunflower seeds that have been hulled, removing the outer shell to expose the nutritious kernel inside. These kernels are then chopped into smaller pieces, creating sunflower chips that are easy for birds to consume. Sunflower chips are often available in various package sizes to suit different bird feeding needs.
- Nutrient-Dense: Sunflower chips are rich in essential nutrients that are beneficial for birds. They provide a concentrated source of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates, offering birds a well-rounded and balanced diet.
- High-Energy Food: Sunflower chips are packed with calories, making them an excellent energy source for birds. The high-fat content provides birds with the fuel they need for various activities such as flying, foraging, and maintaining body temperature, especially during cold weather or migration periods.
- Easy to Consume: The small and bite-sized nature of sunflower chips makes them easy for birds to eat. Birds can quickly grab and consume the chips, reducing the need for cracking open shells, which can be challenging for certain bird species.
- Attracts a Variety of Birds: Sunflower chips are highly attractive to a wide range of bird species, including finches, chickadees, nuthatches, and more. By offering sunflower chips, you can attract a diverse array of colorful and beautiful birds to your backyard or feeding area, enhancing your bird-watching experience.
- Versatile Feeding Options: Sunflower chips can be used in various bird feeders, such as platform feeders, tube feeders, or scattered directly on the ground. This versatility allows you to cater to different bird feeding preferences and adapt to the specific needs of the bird species visiting your area.
- Reduced Mess and Waste: Since sunflower chips are already hulled and chopped, they produce minimal waste compared to whole sunflower seeds with shells. This reduces the mess around feeding areas and ensures that birds consume a higher percentage of the provided food.
|Ear corn is a popular and beneficial food option for birds, providing a range of benefits that contribute to their health and well-being. Here's a description highlighting the benefits of ear corn for birds:
- Nutritional Value: Ear corn contains whole kernels that are rich in carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. These nutrients provide a concentrated source of energy, essential for the metabolic needs of birds. The high-fat content in ear corn is especially valuable during colder months, helping birds maintain body temperature and energy levels.
- Natural Foraging Experience: Birds are naturally inclined to forage for food, and ear corn provides an opportunity for them to engage in their instinctive feeding behavior. The intact kernels on the cob require birds to peck and extract the grains, offering mental stimulation and fulfilling their foraging instincts.
- Attracts a Variety of Bird Species: Placing ear corn feeders or scattering ear corn on the ground can attract a diverse range of bird species. This promotes biodiversity and creates an enjoyable birdwatching experience. Birds such as jays, woodpeckers, finches, and sparrows are often drawn to ear corn, adding vibrancy and activity to your backyard or garden.
- Seasonal Feeding Option: Ear corn can be particularly beneficial during colder months or times when natural food sources are limited. Providing ear corn to birds ensures they have access to a reliable food source, helping them sustain energy levels and survive harsh conditions.
- Beak Conditioning: Pecking at the kernels on the cob helps naturally condition a bird's beak. The repetitive motion of cracking open the kernels and extracting the grains helps keep the beak properly worn down, promoting healthy beak growth and function.
|The No Waste 40# bird seed is a premium blend carefully crafted to minimize waste and provide a delectable feast for your feathered friends. This thoughtfully composed mix includes hulled millet, hulled sunflower seeds, cracked corn, safflower, and shelled peanuts. By removing the shells and husks, this blend ensures that every seed is edible, maximizing consumption and reducing mess. It attracts a wide variety of bird species, offering them a diverse array of nutrient-rich ingredients to support their health and vitality. With No Waste 40#, you can enjoy watching birds indulge in a delicious meal while keeping your feeding area clean and tidy.||Safflower seeds provide a nutritious, high protein seed for wild birds, while discouraging squirrels! Use safflower seeds to create a seed mix of your own.
Nutritional safflower seed attracts cardinals, titmice, chickadees, and finches while deterring pesky intruders. Squirrels and blackbirds dislike the taste of safflower, so they'll leave your feeder alone. High in protein and energy value, safflower offers the nourishment wild birds need. Nitrogen-flushed and sealed to keep seeds fresh and insect-free. Gradually mix in with other seed.
No better choice for when you want to create a seed mix of your own. Individual seed bags allow you to pick and choose. Gives wild birds a variety of seeds at a reasonable price, and minimizes waste because they won't have to sift through seeds they don't like.||Kaylor of Colorado is commited to providing the most complete, nutritional diet possible for the birds in your backyard environment—including high quality, 100% preservative free, all natural ingredients encouraging health, energy, and song. Nyjer is best used in tube feeders with small feeding ports of thistle socks. Nyjer seed is not attractive to squirrels and may help keep your feeders squirrel free.
Nyjer is a thin, small black seed from the African yellow daisy, and although it is not actually related to the thistle plant or thistle weeds, it is often referred to as "thistle seed." Nyjer-loving birds are sometimes referred to as 'clinging birds' because they are many times seen acrobatically clinging to the sides of feeders instead of perching while feeding. You'll even see them eating upside down on occasion! Attracts American Goldfinch, House Finch, Purple Finch, Pine Siskin, Dark Eyed Junco, Common Redpoll, Indigo Bunting, White-Breasted Nuthatch, Red-Breasted Nuthatch, Pine Siskins, Lesser Goldfinch, and Song Sparrow.|