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Chapelwood Premium Peanuts 2kg
- Premium quality, grade A sourced peanuts
- Perfect for year round feeding
- Attracts a wide variety of garden visiting birds
- Rich in fibre, oils and protein
- Aflatoxin tested to ensure quality
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Chapelwood Premium Wild Bird Peanuts are grade A sourced and rich in fibre, oils and protein. Aflatoxin tested at source and at port before a contaminants check is remotely carried out before tippling and processing, you can be sure that Chapelwood peanuts are of the finest quality to feed visiting garden birds. Ideal for all year round feeding, they provide a balanced dietary supplement of nutrients and energy required by a variety of wild birds for both the highly active spring and summer months and to survive through the long and cold autumn and winter months. Ensure your garden birds visit time and time again with the Chapelwood range
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Top Customer Reviews
These are the best quality bird peanuts that we have come across.
The birds love them...... and a bit too much if i am honest, as it is a struggle to keep up with them.
They will eat a feeder full in day
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The blue tits love them! However, so do the squirrels! I have bought a squirrel-proof hanging feeder to let the birds have their proper share.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
not giving these away to go with the person that stolen the bird feeder so not usedPublished 7 months ago by roddus
Good quality peanuts. Aflatoxin tested and safe for birds. They like them and get through them quite fast. Thanks from the happy birds!Published 8 months ago by C.