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De Luxe Canary Seed

Canary & British

Haith's canary seed mixes are based on formulas proven by champion breeders over many generations, since 1937. They are produced from the finest quality ingredients and offer a good selection for even the most critical of bird-keepers.

De Luxe Canary Seed™finest premium nutrition
from £8.22
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De Luxe Canary Seed™
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British Finch MixFinest Premium Quality
from £4.26
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British Finch Mix
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Easisoak Seed™finest premium nutrition
from £5.60
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Easisoak Seed™
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Kraker Tonic Grains™Finest Premium Quality
from £5.20
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Kraker Tonic Grains™
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Condition Seed™ - No RapeCA Aniseed Oil
from £4.95
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Condition Seed™ - No Rape
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Condition Seed™CA Aniseed Oil
from £4.95
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Condition Seed™
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Red Factor™ Canary FoodCA Choice of champions
from £4.20
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Red Factor™ Canary Food
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Greenfinch Mix
from £4.95
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Greenfinch Mix
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Siskin Mix
from £4.95
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Siskin Mix
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Super Canary Seed™Temporarily Out Of Stock
from £6.75
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Super Canary Seed™
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No.2 Canary Seed™Temporarily Out Of Stock
from £6.25
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No.2 Canary Seed™
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Bullfinch Mix
from £4.95
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Bullfinch Mix
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Canaries are no different to any other bird in that they have their specific nutritional requirements, which may vary throughout the year and depending on their state of health and well-being. So feeding these little birds becomes an art for the specialist and many additives and supplements are on offer to cater for almost any condition. The basic canary diet consists of a mixture of Canary Seed and Millets with other seeds introduced to provide variety and a broader spectrum of vitamins and minerals. At certain times of the year and depending upon the way they are housed, their diet must be changed to account for specific needs. The nutritional values of our mixes all vary depending on the variety of seed, so we have the flexibility of offering different seed mixtures or seed supplements to help manage a bird’s condition. Remember; birds in heated winter accommodation will require fewer fats than those kept in much colder conditions. Similarly the demands on birds, which have greater flying space in aviaries, require more carbohydrates than those in cages. When canaries are housed in aviaries, they can benefit by an addition of Yellow Millet to any of Haith's standard canary mixes, to satisfy their greater energy demands. It must always be remembered that variety is essential and most seed-eating birds will consume some insectivorous food and green food along with the essential Grit and Cuttlefish bone.