The birdseed is an annual grass, winter-spring development. Originally from the Mediterranean area, it is cultivated for the production of grains in temperate temperate worldwide. It is a diploid class, predominantly autogamous, our production practices, requirements and cultivation period, resemble those of other winter cereals such as wheat and barley.
It is considered a real cereal, whose grains show an exclusive structure and a composition similar to that of others in the same botanical family as wheat, oats, barley and rice. It is the exclusive class of its kind that is grown for grain production. They are used exclusively for the nutrition of ornamental birds and in small proportions for human nutrition and breeding animals.
The birdseed is a staple food for all birds. Whether mixed with other types of food or separately, birds love them and it is better that they provide all kinds of benefits for those who are labeled both inside and out. Bird seeds are one of the simplest ways to give your birds all the ingredients they need for a perfect meal. Birdseed nutrients are 212 calories. 13 g of protein 5.2 g of fatty acids 50 mg of calcium. 55.8 g of carbohydrates. 300 mg phosphorus