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    • Dairy Free
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    Nyger Seed

    Nyger Seed

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    to attract gold finches place nyger seed in a tube feeder, which has very small openings. this discourages larger birds from eating the seed and allows the finch to eat one seed at a time. for migrating finches, the feeder should be filled up in early spring when the migrating finches arrive in the early summer. once they begin feeding it is important not to let the feeder be less than 3/4 full. if it does the finches may move on and look for food somewhere else. the consumption may also increase around june when the finches are breeding and there are more babies to feed. nyger seed can also be fed to caged birds who require a seed high in calories and oil content.

    guaranteed analysis
    crude protein: (min) 21.0%
    crude fat: (min) 33.0%
    crude fibre: (max) 19.0%
    moisture: (max) 14.0%

    Ingredients:

    nyger seed.

    Directions:

    to attract gold finches place nyger seed in a tube feeder, which has very small openings. this discourages larger birds from eating the seed and allows the finch to eat one seed at a time. for migrating finches, the feeder should be filled up in early spring when the migrating finches arrive in the early summer. once they begin feeding it is important not to let the feeder be less than 3/4 full. if it does the finches may move on and look for food somewhere else. the consumption may also increase around june when the finches are breeding and there are more babies to feed. nyger seed can also be fed to caged birds who require a seed high in calories and oil content.

    Usage Tips:

    finch feeders must be kept dry. if the seed gets wet, the finch will not eat it and look for a new source, especially in the winter. feeders need to be cleaned regularly with mild bleach and water solutions to clean them thoroughly.

    Storage:

    a new galvanized garbage can is the best storage container. it will withstand attacks from squirrels, raccoons, skunks, mice and most rodents. it must be cleaned and dried regularly; otherwise mould and infestation can breed in the canisters. as long as the lid can be locked on, it is the best and most economical solution.

    Point of Interest:

    nyger seed resembles small grains of wild rice and is a particular favourite of finches, pine siskins, mourning doves and purple finches. although nyger seed is also known as thistle seed, it is not a thistle at all. nyger seed is imported from india and is heat treated (sterilized) to prevent it from germinating in accordance with canadian rules regarding the importation of this seed.

    Extra Information:

    guaranteed analysis
    crude protein: (min) 21.0%
    crude fat: (min) 33.0%
    crude fibre: (max) 19.0%
    moisture: (max) 14.0%

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