Bird Seed

Bird Seed

Nine types of Bird seeds are common in bird seed Blends. These are processed using advanced technology under hygienic conditions at the vendors' end. Moreover, pulses offered by us are free from impurities & adulterants and are excellent source of nutrients.

Yellow Millet

Yellow Millet

Millet is a favorite food among ground-feeding birds. It is generally not sold individually but is included in many types of birdseed mixes.
*Nutrition Info: 4% fat, 11% protein, 73% carbohydrate
Birds that yellow millet attracts: Juncos, sparrows, towhees, blackbirds, grackles, and doves

Black Sunflower Seed

Black Sunflower Seed

Black Oil sunflower is the most popular type of seed in the shell and devoured by almost all birds It was developed to harvest for its oil content, but then it was discovered how much birds love the stuff
Black-oil sunflower has a higher oil content and are also thinner and smaller, so they are easier to crack open *Nutrition Information: 40% fat, 16% protein, 20% carbohydrates
Birds that are attracted to black-oil sunflower: Cardinals, jays, woodpeckers, nuthatches, titmice, chickadees, grosbeaks, finches, nutcrackers, juncos, House Sparrows, blackbirds, doves, & grackles

Stripped Sunflower Seed

Stripped Sunflower Seed

Striped sunflower is larger than black-oil and is the same type of sunflower seed that humans consume, which makes this seed more expensive than black-oil sunflower.
*Nutritional Info: 26% fat, 15% protein, 18% carbohydrates
Birds that are attracted to striped sunflower: Cardinals, jays, woodpeckers, chickadees, titmice, nuthatches, grackles, nutcrackers.

Niger seeds (Nyjer)

Niger seeds (Nyjer)

Nyjer seed, also commonly called “thistle,” is a tiny, black seed that grows in Ethiopia or India. Nyjer seed is not actually related to thistle. Before it’s sold, nyjer seed is sterilized by heat so it can’t ever grow.
*Nutrition Info: 36% fat, 21% protein, 13% carbohydrates
Birds that nyjer seed attracts: Goldfinches, Purple Finch, House Finch, Pine Siskin, chickadees, and doves.

Safflower Seeds

Safflower Seeds

Safflower seed is harvested from the safflower plant (Carthamus tinctorius), which is an annual that resembles thistle and has beautiful orange flowers. The plant is grown not only for the seed but also for the oil content.
Even though the seeds are small, most birds crack open the hard shell to eat the meat inside. Doves, swallow the whole safflower seed.
Safflower has a nice supply of fat and protein, which provide the necessary energy and nutrition wild birds require.
• *Nutrition Info: 38% fat, 16% protein, 34% carbohydrates
• Birds that nyjer seed attracts: doves, swallow

Lin Seeds

Lin Seeds

Linseed, also known as flaxseed, is the richest source of omega 3 essential fatty acids. It contains 50 to 50 percent omega 3s, almost twice as much as is contained in fish oil. Because it comes from a plant source, it is perfect for vegetarian and vegan diets, although it benefits everybody.

Casia Tora

Casia Tora

Cassia Tora Seeds that have no alternative in the market for their quality. a storehouse of nutrients, the plant of Cassia Tora grown all over India. Cassia Tora Seed, ripe seed of sickle pod, is a highly valued ancient Chinese herb. Cassia Tora Seeds are provided by us after proper cleaning and checking for any defects due to which they are highly appreciated by the clients. The modern researches reveal that the fresh seed of this plant contains chrysophanol, obtusin, aurantio-obtusin and vitamin A. It contains anthra-glucoside which is known for its laxative effect

Indian Buckwheat

Indian Buckwheat

Indian Buckwheat is widely grown as a grain crop, bee pasture, and soil improving cover crop and as wildlife cover. Buckwheat is one of the best sources of high quality protein in the plant kingdom. It’s easy to grow, harvest, and process, it prospers on soils too poor for other crops, and it’s not susceptible to any major disease or pest problems. Buckwheat is one of the best sources of high quality protein in the plant.

Sorghum

Sorghum

Sorghum bicolor, commonly called sorghum and also known as great millet, durra, jowari jowar, or milo, is a grass species cultivated for its grain, which is used for food for humans, animal feed, and ethanol production.
And other products like, small popcorn Cracked Corn for Bird seed. Etc.