Milo, also known as sorghum, is a large reddish round seed. Both seeds are small round seeds that are kicked to the ground. Millet is eaten (unless your millet mix is too thick), but milo is a. But most ground-feeding species across North America chose millet, and some even preferred milo. Average seed preferences of four contrasting groups of bird species. Ground feeders: 18. Here are five things to know about Millet vs Milo: 1. Millet is mostly used as bird food or pet food while Milo can be eaten raw or cooked. 2. Both grains are high in fiber and have low calorie. 9,339. Palmyra, Kentucky. You are talkign about four different animals there. Beans are high in protein but break down very quickly when submerged. Corn is a high carbohydrate. I would lean more towards using the Millet over the Milo. As for the preparation, soak the grain briefly , ( about 20 minutes) then strain the grain and PC. It only needs to be. The amount of Copper, Manganese, Iron, Fiber, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B3, Phosphorus, Vitamin B6, Magnesium, and Folate in Millet is higher than in Milk. Millet covers your daily need of Copper. . 9,339. Palmyra, Kentucky. You are talkign about four different animals there. Beans are high in protein but break down very quickly when submerged. Corn is a high carbohydrate food adn holds up relatively well to flooding and is like crack to them when it is very cold. Millets hold up well when flooded. Jap can even take wet feet while growing.