birdfeed


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bird·feed

also bird feed  (bûrd′fēd′)
n.
See birdfood.

birdfeed

(ˈbɜːdˌfiːd)
n
food for birds
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is an oilseed crop which is grown throughout the semiarid region of the temperate climates in many areas of the world for use as vegetable and industrial oils, spices, and birdfeed [12].
With temperatures dropping again, the plea was made by The Birdcare Standards Association (BSA) - the only UK organisation to provide standards for the quality of birdfeed and accessories sold in the UK.
With temperatures dropping again, the plea was made by The Birdcare Standards Association - the only UK organisation to provide standards for the quality of birdfeed and accessories sold in the UK.
Prohibit residents from leaving pet food and birdfeed on balconies and discourage them from leaving human food out unattended, as well.
and pours into the house like birdfeed along the street.
Some applications like Birdfeed, Seesmic Web, Foursquare and Twittelator Pro already have activated geolocation features.
Logistic regression and odds ratios were used to evaluate a main effect model composed of 10 yard attributes, including the presence of a pet, birdfeeders, garbage cans, and sandboxes, and to evaluate a simplified model in which attributes were combined to reflect the presence of food and latrine substrates, such as pet food, birdfeed, garbage and piles of wood or logs, respectively.
Oh, and yes, we did run right out to the co-op to buy a large bag of birdfeed .
So every morning at about nine I would throw two or three fistfuls of millet seeds or birdfeed out of my window on the terrace.
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning the lot is to send your name and address on a postcard to: FTBD/ People Birdfeed Contest, CJ WildBird Foods, Upton Magna, Shrewsbury SY4 4UR.
It's an American import available from specialist pest control companies and from birdfeed firms.