Italian millet and German millet are other names for foxtail. In India, it is commonly farmed as a rainfed crop and is known as Kangni, Thinai, and Rala. Foxtail millets are nutrient-dense, non-glutinous (non-sticky), and acid-free, making them a breeze to digest. Foxtail Millet is high in calcium, which is essential for supporting bone health. It also has vitamin D in it.