Kaun rice, as I understand, is a kind of millet (belonging to bajra, jowar, ragi group), which grows mostly in winter. It looks like coarse semolina or smaller sized sagoos. The best part of this crop is that it has a lot of fibres and is good for diabetics as
You may like to offer small portions of: Cucumber, lettuce, beetroot, tomato, rocket, celery and pepper. Budgies enjoy cucumber along with other salad vegetables. This budgie is enjoying a piece of cabbage. Seeds can make up between 40-60% of your budgies diet, with fresh vegetables and fruit being the rest.
Our knowledge of bird nutrition is constantly evolving. This is due both to heightened awareness of the importance of nutrition and to increased research into birds’ different needs. As with all other animals, birds need a proper balance of carbohydrates, proteins, fat, vitamins, minerals, and water. Different species of birds
To further distinguish the sunflowers, oilseed sunflowers can be split in three different categories: linoleic, mid-oleic, and high oleic. This basically just refers to the chemical makeup of the lipids in the seed. Linoleic sunflower oil is polyunsaturated, mid-oleic sunflower oil has low saturated fat levels, and high oleic sunflower
White millet, also known as proso millet or white proso millet, is a favorite with birds including quail, migratory native American sparrows, doves, towhees, juncos, and cardinals. So many of the birds drawn to millet are ground-feeding species, so birders have their best luck offering it directly on the ground
Spinach. Dark green leafy vegetables like spinach are a favorite with budgies and they are packed with heaps of minerals and nutrients. Spinach is a common vegetable that can be offered to your birds whole as a leaf or chopped into fine pieces.