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A wildlife favorite for over 50 years, peanut pickouts are made from Virginia pe...
The weather today is a sparkling 10 degrees. I may have seen a small penguin run past my office window. Temperatures last week got to as low was -21 degrees. Yes, we choose to live in Iowa. A customer told me last week the only good thing in Iowa is Pigeon feed. He may be on to something. This [ Read More → ]
Warmer Temperatures: The temperature has been predicted to go up in the coming months. We have been fortunate these past months with cooler temperatures. Related to storing feed and keeping it insect free. We are doing everything we can to reduce the life cycle in a natural way. Three things to consider doing to keep the grain free. [ Read More → ]
Amazing Customers, Thank you, everyone, for all of your support this past year. Our goals have been to listen to your needs and gather information about how we can give better service to your business. We have made changes to our online freight weight calculator. Switched our website to Webspec, they have created a new [ Read More → ]
We have been mixing Des Moines Pigeon Feed since the 1950s. Blends of high-quality seeds are cleaned, graded and air-aspirated. Our grains must meet stringent nutritional standards. All seeds used in Des Moines Pigeon Feed are NON-GMO. A customer shared with us on May 18, 2015. We have been flying pigeons for 50 years and [ Read More → ]
Corn is an important ingredient in a pigeon’s diet. While it is reduced or entirely removed during the extreme heat of the summer months, it’s generally incorporated in the feed about nine months of the year in the northern half of the U.S. Because it is such a common dietary staple, we sometimes take for granted that corn [ Read More → ]
Just a few quick notes to keep everyone up to speed. Niger is currently still very tight with only about 1/6th the usual shipments from overseas arriving at U.S. docks. Keep selling the Niger & Hearts Finch Mix to stretch the Niger Seed. The finches do enjoy the mix very much. The past week or two has [ Read More → ]
Just a few quick notes to keep everyone up to speed. Niger is currently still very tight with only about 1/6th the usual shipments from over-seas arriving at U.S. docks. Keep selling the Niger & Hearts Finch Mix to stretch the Niger Seed. The finches do enjoy the mix very much. The past week or [ Read More → ]
After a mild, open January we got winter back the 1st of February. That’s alright, we certainly need the moisture. India and Ethiopia’s new crop Nigerseed is being harvested and cleaned. Exports should begin this month—we’ll see it around the end of March, first of April. Hopefully the price will ease down. Good, heavy black [ Read More → ]
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