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bird·food

also bird food  (bûrd′fo͞od′)
n.
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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Fat lot of good Specialist bird food suppliers offer live meal worms and fat balls at this time of year.
Sales of packaged bird food is not at all representative of total bird food in Egypt due to the significant amount of bird food in the country which is unpackaged bird food, which places limits on the sales growth potential of packaged bird food and limits the margins and revenues available to companies operating in the category.
Do you have any tips to keep the costs down or a good supplier of reasonably priced bird food please?
High levels of brand awareness and enriched products which are promoted as offering improvements to pet health resulted in the company maintaining very solid positions in bird food and small mammal/reptile food during 2013.
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wild bird food business from subsidiaries of The Scotts Miracle-Gro Co.
16 April 2014 - Canada's bird food maker Armstrong Milling Company Ltd said it had agreed to buy the local wild bird food business of US garden-care products specialist The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company (NYSE:SMG).
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 16, 2014-Armstrong Milling agrees to buy Scotts' Canadian wild bird food business
The decline towards the end of the review period can be attributed to bird food and fish food reaching maturity; thus both types saw retail value sales fall.
This will be the first time this innovative technology will be used in the packaging of bird food in Canada, and this will allow the firm to access new global markets.
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.