BIRDS BREEDING FORMULA
Birds Breeding Formula Lovebirds budgies Cockatiels. Birds Best breeding seed mix. How to get the best breed of Cockatiels Love Birds and Budgies using seed mix and natural herbs. What are the best breeding foods for budgies and what we can serve as birds food for best breeding and budgies parrots breeding diet is explained below.
Boiled wheat is a rich source of essential minerals and vitamins for birds. It not only stimulate their breeding instinct but also provide essential minerals they need to be healthy and active. Seed mix like pellets and canary seeds sunflower seeds are their natural diet and soft food like soft wheat boiled rice are necessary for growth and health of budgies and lovebirds chicks. Given below are the facts about the contents in Birds Breeding formula suggested in BIRDS BREEDING FORMULA budgie breeding food budgie cockatiel love birds food for best breeding. Soft food preparation guide is here.
Hemp Seeds Bhang k Beej
Hemp seeds contain over 30% fat. They are exceptionally rich in two essential fatty acids, linoleic acid (omega-6) and alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3). They also contain gamma-linolenic acid, which has been linked with several health benefits. Hemp seeds are a great protein source, as more than 25% of their total calories are from high-quality protein. That is considerably more than similar foods like chia seeds and flaxseeds, which provide about 16–18%.
Millets are an important part of the bird seed mixes. Above 70% of good seed based diet mostly consists of Millets. There are four types of Millet commonly used in seed mix in our Country. All 4 have a difference in appearance but a very slight difference in taste and nutrition. These are mostly imported from Iran, Afghanistan, Australia, and Canada. Only one type is grown locally for industry, fodder and human consumption. They are rich in Carbohydrates, proteins and contain a good amount of minerals.
Proso millet, panicum millet.
Cheena Proso millet is the biggest of the family. A preferred choice of large parakeets and some parrots. Locally called “cheena” and “moti Kangani” As compared to other millets it has very shiny surface which does not allow the dust to stand on the seed. Shelf life of this millet is also long. French millet, small millet, foxtail millet. Caneri seeds Smallest of the family, slightly increased in protein value. Locally called “desi kangani” and very famous among Finch keepers. Rough husk makes it easy to DE husk for soft beaks but rough texture of the outer surface makes the dust particles stay on it. This seed must be sieved before mixing or offering to the birds as dust contains the fungal spores and worm eggs.
Round millet, yellow millet
Locally very popular as “gol” kangani.The lightest type which holds less nutrition as compared to the members of the same family. The texture makes it easy to dehusk for newly fledged youngsters. That’s why the ripened head is known as “millet Sprays” r given to the young birds to learn to eat on their own. Pearl/green millet A very famous millet type Grown in Pakistan as a livestock feed, industrial use and small portion of annual crops for human consumption. Rich in iron, carbohydrates and a good percentage of proteins (8%-11%). A grain contains no husk so the more vulnerable to the pests in standing crop or at storage. A last choice of birds into seed mix. Parakeets and parrots usually ignore this seed in the presence of other seeds with husks. there are few other types r available too but less popular among bird keepers due to their size, hardness, and more wastage. These r known swank(a grass seed), lal jawar, safaid jawar (milo)..Pigeon keepers use a small amount of this grain in their flock’s diet. Birds Fantasy Channel link • https://www.youtube.com/c/