Importance of sprouted seeds and pulses for your birds
A good reason to feed your bird sprouted seed and pulses
there simply isnt a better food on the market. and your
birds will enjoy and benefit from them. there packed full
of nutrients everything to make your birds happy and
healthy there bursting with trace elements antioxdents
vitamins and minerals enzymes infact there do not contain
anything bad; most people dont sprout because there think
its difficult to do. you could not be more wrong its so simple
i will explain and show you how to sprout in 3 easy steps
soak your selected seed in a bowl or pan of water for a few hours.
anywere from 6 to 12 hours will be long enough no need to soak
for any longer. now give a really good rinsing and drain off any
excess water. put into a container this can be a glass or plastic it really dosen't matter. put the lid on but not tightly.
and place in a dark cupboard till day 2 easy so far.
this is a photo of the seed before it as been soaked
step 2 day 2
the only thing you must remember
you must take the seed and give it a really good rinsing
this is really important its to stop mould forming on the
seed. thats it for day 2 simple so far . here s a photo of
the seed from the second day; 1 from early morning.
and 1 from late afternoon spot the difference;
step 3 da y 3
todays the day if you have followed my instuctions
your seed should be ready to feed to your birds if
its not quite ready leave for 1 more day. but you
must remember to give a thourghly good rinsing.
this is most important and about the hardest thing
to do. that about all you have to do except feed it
to your birds here.s some photo s showing the
perfect sprouted seed and pulses ideal to use
on there own or with fruit and veg
below are some photos of the seed and pulses as there should look when ready for you to feed to your birds. there can be given on there own or with other treats. ie fruit and veg. or with your normal seed. either way you will be giving your birds the best food ever...
all sprouting mixes and seed and kaytee hand-rearing food
can be purchased at http://www.pkbirds.co.uk...