Australian grown hemp seed is a high source of essential Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids. Great for breeding birds, chickens, racing birds or as a healthy supplement for pet birds. Great for chickens, finches, canaries, pigeons, budgies, and parrots etc.
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Australian Grown Hemp Seed is a high source of energy, protein and essential Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids. Great for breeding birds, chickens, racing birds or as a healthy supplement for pet birds. Great for chickens, finches, canaries, pigeons, budgies, and parrots etc. Hemp seed is also popular as freshwater fishing burley.
An excellent energy source with Protein 23%, Energy 5000 k/cal, Fat 31%, Carbohydrates 34%.
This hemp seed is not irradiated or sterilized to maintain it high nutritional value making it even more healthy and beneficial for pets.
Hemp Seed for Fishing:
Hemp seed is also very popular as burley for freshwater fishing. Especially when soaked and cooked, the high oil content of hemp seed is very good at attracting trout and other fish. Click here to see a video on how to prepare the hemp seed for fishing.
Hemp Seed For Laying Hens & Birds:
Recent feeding trials with chickens have confirmed that hemp seed is an excellent source of nutrition for laying hens (chooks), where the omega fatty acid profile in eggs was favorably influenced after feeding hemp seed meal (Silversides et al., 2002). This is in agreement with empirical observations over thousands of years in China and other Asiatic nations.
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About Hemp: Hemp is not to be confused with Marijuana. While hemp looks very similar it has very low levels of THC (<1%) the intoxicating ingredient of marijuana which is usually between 4 to 24%. You could think of hemp as the equivalent of alcohol-free beer. It has all the healthy aspects of cannabis without the unhealthy intoxicating effects.
Hemp seed can be legally produced under license in most states of Australia and in New Zealand and can be used for pet food, body care products and (under specified conditions in some Australian states and in New Zealand) for livestock feed. It may not currently be used for human consumption in Australia, but hemp seed oil may be consumed in New Zealand. (NSW DPI 2008)
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. Is this hemp seed hulled or whole (unhulled)?
A. The seed is whole hemp seed ie unhulled.
Q. Is your hemp seed whole seed & can it be cooked so it can be used for fishing?
A. Yes, it is whole seed and can be cooked for fishing. See the video link above for how to cook hemp seed.
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