Nutriphase; Spray Millet Bird Treat
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Nutriphase spray millet is an all-natural treat for all seed-eating birds. Just hang a spray in near the bird's perch and watch the fun your bird will have with this wholesome natural treat. Provides added nutrition and is a source of stimulating activity.For use with canaries, finches, parakeets, cockatiels, lovebirds, and small parrots.Natural millet sprays are approximately 8" long and available in two quantities: 6 sprays per package,12 sprays per package or 24 sprays per package.
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