Linseed is a popular element of seed mixes especially canary seed, and is often given by breeders as supplement to help keep their birds in peak condition. An excellent supplement for laying poultry to help produce eggs that are rich in omega-3.
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Linseed, also know as flaxseed is a popular element in small bird mixes especially canaries and is often given as a supplement to keep birds in peak condition.
Linseed is also an excellent supplement for laying poultry to help produce healthy eggs that are rich in omega-3. Its also suggested to only feed in small amounts ie under 7% of diet, as feeding too much linseed can reduce egg production in poultry.
Linseed is a small brown flat seed that is rich in essential oils that is popular with both wild birds and aviary birds. Linseed is high in Omega 3 fatty acids that is both valuable and essential for birds when they are moulting to help maintain their feathers. Linseed is similar to rapeseed, it's high in protein, high dietary fibre, rich in B vitamins and trace elements such as calcium, magnesium and phosphorous, but also high in fat and energy too!
Linseed is grown in the spring, harvested and screened then added to various wild bird foods, aviary bird mixtures and parrot foods, that is relished by finches and yellow hammers, but is also a good tonic seed helping wild birds keep warm during the cold winter months.
Feeding your caged birds or parrots linseed also prevents egg binding, but also helps balance saturated fats and omega 6 in your birds diet, by increasing your birds daily intake of omega 3 that can cause a number of health problems if owners don't change their diets, including arthritic joints, heart disease, dry scaly skin, dull plumage and even depression, that is often caused by your birds eating too much millet, sunflower seeds and nuts that are high in omega 6 and saturated fats.
Health Benefits of Linseed for Birds.
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