Red Milo: Milo seed (Sorghum bicolor) is a type of grass grain, also called sorghum, durra, or jowari. It comes in two varieties, white and red, and the red is a more common part of inexpensive birdseed mixes.



  • Used primarily as bird food.


  •  The grain is a good source of iron and fiber and includes trace amounts of calcium
  • Calcium for strong teeth and bones.
  • Iron to carry oxygen to the body’s cells.
  • Vitamin A for healthy eye sight.
  • Vitamins B1 and B2 to help release energy from foods.
  • Vitamin C to keep skin and gums in good shape.


  • No side effects are known.


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Other names

  • sorghum, durra, or jowari


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