With its protein-rich content, sunflower seeds are an excellent feed for our birds. Sunflower seeds contain both B and E vitamins, but also minerals.
Sunflower seeds are available both as blacks that actually contain more fat than the striped seeds, the disadvantage is that they are often harder in the shell, which means that smaller birds have difficulty peeling them. This has meant that the most common sunflower seeds are the striped ones that are easier to handle for our birds, which need a lot of fast energy during cold winters. When it comes to sunflower seeds, we work with a purity of 98, which ensures that you avoid empty shells and debris.