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    ABBA Soak Ingredients

    ABBA Soak Ingredients

    ABBA Soak Seed

    Perfect Mixture for soaking for all small and medium size seed eating birds.

    Guaranteed Analysis
    Crude Protein Not Less Than 13.0%
    Crude Fat Not Less Than 5.0%
    Crude Fiber Not More Than 12.0%
    Moisture Maximum 11.0%
    Ash Maximum 5.0%

    Ingredients: Thistle seed, Rape Seed, Canary Seed, Wheat, Buckwheat, Cracked Corn, Millet Seed, Safflower Seed, Non-Viable Hemp Seed, Mung Beans, Lettuce Seed, Salt, Potassium Iodide, Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Manganous Oxide, Ferrous Carbonate, Mineral Oil, Iron Oxide, Copper Oxide, Calcium Periodate, Cobalt Carbonate, Calcium Propionate.

    Do not feed ABBA Soak to birds dry.

    PREPARING & FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS Place the desired amount of ABBA Soak mixture in a glass jar, Cover it with water, soak in the water at room temperature for at least 24 hours but no more then 48 hours. Then wash the seed in a large coffee strainer under running water. Wash thoroughly, shake off excess water and feed in a small dish a small amount per day (according to the size of the bird) to the canaries and other seed eating birds such as European goldfinch, linnet, siskin, chaffinches, Venezuelan Black Hooded Red Siskin, etc. ABBA SOAK may be mixed with ABBA Green 92, ABBA Red 93, ABBA 92a with seed half and half. Feed enough of this moist mixture that the birds will consume in a couple of hours. Store remaining soak seed in the refrigerator. Rinse thouroughly before using. The mixture is invaluable for feeding parents and fledging young. After soaking ABBA SOAK in water and it begins to spout, the protein content will increase considerably the valuable vitamins contained in it which are all beneficial to the health of the birds insuring good vigor, good productivity and vitality.
    CAUTION: Do not allow ABBA SOAK to go sour. In other words, do not feed a large quantity of it to the birds. Feed enough that the birds will consume in a few hours. More caution should be exercised during the warm, muggy weather.