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FM Brown's Japanese Millet Spray Foraging Treat

FM Brown's Japanese Millet Spray Foraging Treat
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* USA-grown and -harvested Japanese Millet adds variety to your bird's millet offering
* Japanese Millet Spray Foraging Treat features tiny seeds, a rich green hue, and amazing flavor
* A great treat, snack, or reward for all birds; ideal for foraging toys

An exotic millet treat for your extraordinary bird! FM Brown's Japanese Millet Spray Foraging Treat, grown and harvested in the USA, adds variety to your bird's millet selection with tiny seeds, a rich green hue, and amazing flavor. While ideal for small birds such as canaries, finches, parakeets, Japanese Millet Spray Foraging Treat also satisfies cockatiels and other larger pet birds.

Protein-rich Japanese Millet Spray Foraging Treat makes a great treat, snack, or reward. It also helps stimulate your bird's natural foraging instinct - ideal for placement in foraging toys. Japanese Millet Spray Foraging Treat contains no preservatives, artificial colors, and flavors. 1.5 oz resealable package contains approx 17 - 12" sprigs and includes a hanging clip. For best results, hang a spray by a clip or insert in a holder near a perch. Grain size varies.

Millet is high in protein, low in fat, high in fiber, and high in vitamins and minerals. Millet is also rich in phosphorus, calcium, iron, niacin, and riboflavin.

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1.5 oz,   CC-85763,   $3.99
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