Give your winged companion an irresistible treat with Hartz Spray Millet Bird Treats! Nutritious and delicious, this all-natural millet is freshly harvested from the wild, so it doesn’t contain any additives. This treat offers your bird buddy an opportunity to forage as he harvests his own seed from the millet’s grain heads. Highly digestible, a good source of carbohydrates and low in fat, these Hartz Spray Millet Bird Treats makes an ideal snack for growing nestlings and young birds as well as breeding or molting adult birds. Give your pal variety and keep him busy with these tasty Hartz Spray Millet Bird Treats!
All-natural millet is freshly harvested from the wild to provide your bird buddy with a nutritious and delicious natural treat.
Spray millet is highly digestible, a good source of carbohydrates and low in fat compared to other seeds.
Makes an ideal snack for growing nestlings, young birds and breeding or molting adult birds.
Provides variety and prevents boredom by giving your pal something healthy to chew on.
Proudly made in the USA with no additives because your feathery friend deserves nothing but the best.
This package of millet seemed old and dried out. I usually buy these from the supermarket under a different brand, I forget which one. My budgies loved the millet they just ate up. This order of millet from Chewy.com was not good. The birds aren't eating these. They really look and feel stale. I'll continue to buy these at the supermarket.
My cockatiel has voted...
on Feb 8, 2019
My cockatiel does not care for this brand of millet. She will not eat it from the spray which is very unusual for her. Millet is her favorite thing other than popcorn!
This particular brand is crumbly. The sprays are inconsistent. As a bonus, half of the millet comes off the sprays and I use the loose stuff to "season" her chop which is the only reason it didn't get 1-starred. I will be removing this from my auto-ship....
Hartz Millet Spray
on Sep 15, 2018Top 250 Contributor
I have four cockatiels, two budgies, two lovebirds, and two parrotlets and all of them love millet.