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Higgins Mayan Harvest Celestial Blend Bird Seed

  • Made in the USA
$13.34
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Named after the lost civilization that worshiped the native tropical birds of South America, Higgins Mayan Harvest Celestial Blend Bird Seed blends exotic, natural and holistic herb ingredients to create a premium feed blend! Specifically formulated for Large Hookbills our natural blend is free of artificial colors and contains whole cinnamon sticks which birds love to grasp and strip. Higgins Mayan Harvest Celestial Blend Bird Seed will have your feathered friend chirping for more.
The following list of Features and Benefits will explain why Higgins Mayan Harvest Celestial Blend Bird Seed is a great choice for your bird
  • Features whole bee pollen to boost the immune
  • Added vitamins & minerals
  • No artificial colors or preservatives
  • Fortified with encapsulated probiotics and DHA omega-3 for healthy digestive system
SKU: 10813

Ingredients

Whole apricots, roasted soybean, roasted green split peas, roasted garbanzo beans, cherries, cranberries, Brazil nuts, sweet peppers, black beans, kidney beans and many more. The herbs rosemary and bee pollen are also added.

Analysis:

Crude Protein (Min.)14.0%, Crude Fat (Min.)15.0%, Crude Fiber (Max.)4.0%, Moisture (Max.)11.0%

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Higgins Mayan Harvest Celestial Blend Bird Seed
 
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5.0

Always happy with Higgins

By Blondie

from florida

About Me Long-time Pet Owner

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Good Value

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      Comments about Higgins Mayan Harvest Celestial Blend Bird Seed:

      Nice blend of seed, nuts and fruit.

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