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  • Country Origin: Canada
IMAGE 1- Alfalfa The cavalries of Greece, Persia and Romans relied heavily on alfalfa to keep their horses in prime condition for battle. Alfalfa is a great source of protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals. As such it has a high feed value. / IMAGE 2- Canary Seed Canary seeds are shiny brown. The seed is used as bird food and is generally mixed with rapeseed and other seeds. It should be kept in a dry place and away from vermin. Industrially, a flour made from seed is employed in the manufacture of fine cotton goods and silk stuffs. / IMAGE 3- Corn Corn is an inexpensive grain that many Bird enthusiasts provide for birds. Whole corn is a favorite of Wild Turkeys, ducks, and other fowl. / IMAGE 4- Cracked Corn A common and useful type of food for birds, cracked corn is often overlooked or dismissed as an inferior seed. Because it is easily available and affordable, however, cracked corn is a great option for feeding many backyard birds. / IMAGE 5- Maple and Austrian Winter Peas Canada is the world's largest producer and exporter of peas. Peas are also Canada's largest pulse crop and are grown over a very large geographic area, including significant portions of the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta / IMAGE 6- Millet Seed A small, round grain, millet is commonly found in seed mixes. Millet is a favored food of many smaller, ground foraging birds / IMAGE 7- Soybean Meal Soybean meal also known as Soyabean Oil Cake is a solid residue bi-product, flour, created after grinding the soybean to extract soybean oil. It is widely used as a filler and source of protein in animal diets, including pig, chicken, cattle, horse, sheep, and fish feed / IMAGE 8- Sunflower Seeds Sunflower Seeds are used as both a bird seed, and for human consumption. They may also be pressed to extract their valuable oil. Alliance Zone can source Sunflower seeds in bulk, or smaller amounts. / IMAGE 9- Oats Oats are also commonly used as feed for horses when extra carbohydrates, and the subsequent boost in energy, are required. The oat hull may be crushed or may be fed whole. They may be given alone or as part of a blended food pellet.