Keep your bird buddy busy with Brown’s Tropical Carnival Natural Foxtail Spray Millet Spray Bird Treat! These jumbo sun-cured millet sprays are an irresistible snack that can encourage activity and foraging while your feathered friend is in his cage. Packed with protein and carbs, these wholesome sprigs provide essential nutrients to help keep him energized and happy. They’re the perfect snack for all seed-eating birds including cockatiels, finches, canaries and parakeets. All of Brown’s foxtail millet is grown and harvested in the United States for a field-fresh treat you can feel confident feeding your companion. Hang a spray in his cage with the included clip or let him grab some with his feet and pluck away for an interactive treat.
A stimulating snack ideal for fledglings, juveniles and full-grown birds.
Interactive treat encourages foraging and can help alleviate boredom, stress and anxiety-related behaviors.
Low fat, high in protein and carbs making it an ideal daily source of healthy energy for all seed-eating birds like cockatiels, finches, canaries and parakeets.
Comes with cage clip to easily hang in your bird’s cage for casual grazing.
USA grown and sun-cured. Free of artificial colors, flavors and preservatives.
Bought these thinking they would actually be JUMBO like the loose sprays you can get in some pet shops. Not worth the price for just a few regular old millet sprays
Neezer's fave treat
on Apr 13, 2021
This is my 17 year old cockatiel Neezer's favorite treat. Wish they carried the other fruit flavors too.
WHY you need this millet!
on Jan 4, 2021
I always keep a supply of THIS millet on hand. Painted buntings winter with us, here in South Florida. This is one of their favorite foods. Other songbirds also enjoy it. You can easily wire it to a twig or branch.
Well they are substantial like advertised and my parakeets just love millet spray its like a sweet treat to them kind of like humans when they have ice cream
Not what I expected
on Jun 22, 2020
My birds have had their millet treats from a local pet store. This is my first time trying this variety. They tried it but eat at it very sparingly. It is easy to conclude that they do not like these millet treats.
on Jul 1, 2020
My hamster toast is addicted to these millets that I have to remove the spray out of the cage so he doesn’t just eat the millets.
really nice size
on Jan 18, 2020top1000Contributor
these are huge have parakeets and they enjoy theses and it last longer then the small ones yes i recommend