With the JW Pet InSight Millet Spray Holder, you can offer your pet bird a delicious millet treat to stimulate his natural foraging instincts. The colorful plastic holder easily attaches to the cage wall by hooking onto the bars of the cage. To keep it extra secure, you can hang it from the Insight Treat Stick Holder, which features a curved perch and bottom tray to cut down on spills. The Insight Millet Spray Holder is great for any type of millet that your bird desires.
Colorful millet spray treat holder that helps keep fragments and debris from falling outside the cage
Ideal for parakeets, canaries, cockatiels and finches
Can be used with any type of millet and also be used to hold similar bird grasses and other stemmed treats.
Two different ways to attach to the cage, can be hooked onto bars of cage or hang from the Insight Treat Stick Holder (sold separately)
Didn't work for my birds (assortment of - Cockatiels, Parakeets & Doves in a flight) I put millet in flight regularly (loose) they love it. Didn't touch it in holder. Believe it has to much plastic on feeder. It may work for some??
Not a fit for my birdie
on Jan 10, 2021
This particular millet spray holder doesn’t allow my canary easy access to millet spray. I ordered the horizontal millet spray holder today.
Great idea !!
on Jan 8, 2021
My cockatiel took to this right away !! It is like a new toy for him to forge into. He doesn't eat his millet too fast now !!
See tree feeders
on Dec 11, 2020
These are great. They make the birds work for the seed trees. They don't devour the seed trees. Love them
My zebra finch almost died
on Jun 23, 2020
I made the mistake of hanging the holder on its side so my birds could get to all of the millet. While I was gone one day, one of my boys pulled out the millet and crawled inside. When I got home, he had lodged himself all the way into the most narrow end. I thought he was dead. He wasn't moving and I couldn't tell if he was even breathing. I cut him out, and although terrified and ruffled, he recovered. I think I'll stick to clips to hold my millet now.
Not ok for a cockatiel!
on Sep 16, 2020
This site says ok for a cockatiel. It is not Ok tho because it is too tight for a bird to get the food. My bird squawks when he sees it , he hates it so bad.
good for small to medium birds
on Jun 2, 2020
Its cheap plastic but it holds the millet alot of people complaing about the fact its made cheap but its like 2$ what do u expect. my bird loves hanging on it and swinging to the hook is cheap plastic and my bird did fall once by swinging to hard so im still iffy on it but for the price it was worth it cause he does enjoy the millet in it all the time so i dont regret buying if you have a bigger bird deff look for something stronger. would be a 5 star for a small bird tho and wish the hook was stronger
These are awesome!
on Jun 23, 2020
I really didn’t even realize they had made this, so I’m glad I finally discovered them. I would always put my birds millet in their bowls and it would end up falling out onto the bottom of the cage. So now I have 2 of these hanging, and they absolutely love them!
This works very well...but...
on Oct 20, 2020
...our parakeet doesn't care at all for the spray millet that it holds.
Works Well with Diamond Doves; Price is Amazing!
on Jan 18, 2020
The openings are the perfect size for diamond doves. While the hanger can be annoying to attach (especially for my big hands), it holds very well to the top of the cage and puts up with all of the pulling/tugging. I definitely prefer it to just zip-tieing the millet to the cage because the birds have to work more for it. Because it hangs from the top versus hanging from the side, you can position it in the middle of the cage giving multiple levels of sticks for access.