Foxtail millet, commonly referred to as Thinai in south India, is the second-most widely planted species of millet. The early maturity time efficient use of available water, and drought resistant qualities make foxtail suitable for raising under difficult conditions. Millet is rich in nutrients such as fibre, calcium, potassium, magnesium, and iron. Foxtail also contains a high level of protein and is calorically dense, making it a healthier alternative to polished grains and rice. Last Forest foxtail millet is 100% all natural with zero unwanted additives.