Setaria italica (foxtail millet) is a nude grain cereal, commonly called panìco for its panicles (paniculae). The ears of foxtail millet are a very much appreciated and useful food for cage and aviary birds and for wild birds, because more than a food, they contribute to improve the life in captivity of birds, who have fun taking the grains from the ears, as they do in nature.
NEW WEIGHT: 250 g
Foxtail millet (Setaria italica).
Hang on the cage and leave at the free disposal of the birds, all year long. Always leave fresh and clean water available. Keep in a cold and dry place.