bird food

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also bird food  (bûrd′fo͞od′)
Food given to birds, such as mixed seeds.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bird food - food given to birdsbird food - food given to birds; usually mixed seeds
feed, provender - food for domestic livestock
canary seed - a mixture of seeds used to feed caged birds
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Do you have any tips to keep the costs down or a good supplier of reasonably priced bird food please?
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The serious side of the business is that the wild bird food and products market in the UK is worth around pounds 350m a year.
B&Q has seen demand for bird food and bird feeders rise 15% as wildlife scratches around for titbits.
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He said his company is Kazakhstan`s biggest importer of wheat, barely and bran which is also active in the fields of production, supply and distribution of animal and bird food and currently imports flour to the Central Asian countries including Turkey, Romania and Egypt.
Many pet owners used to make the trip to a specialist pet shop to buy catfood or dogfood a generation ago, but as petfood aisles have expanded, today those with smaller furry friends can pick up gerbil, rabbit, fish or wild bird food in the supermarket too.
The couple spends money out of their own pocket to buy special bird food at the pet store.
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