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Extra Select Standard Wild Bird Food, 12.75 Kg
|Price:||£11.99 (£0.94 / kg) & FREE UK Delivery on orders dispatched by Amazon over £20. Delivery Details|
- VAT Free
- Specifically developed using a mixture of seeds
- High proportion of black sunflower
- Free of cheap Fillers
- Attract wide variety of wild birds
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Extra Select standard wild bird food has been specifically developed using a mixture of seeds to offer the correct nutritional values, all wrapped up in one type of feed.With a high proportion of black sunflower and free of cheap fillers, sometimes present in other brands of bird feed, this food will attract a wide variety of birds from sparrows to dunnocks.Best fed from a feeder or bird table.Composition: wheat, black sunflower, red dari, cut maize, white millet, kibbled split peas, vegetable oil. Complementary food for wild birds may contain nuts. Not intended for human consumption. Store in a cool, dry place below 14%.
wheat, barley, red dari, yellow millet,kibbled peas, black sunflower and kibbled maize.See all Product description
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The picture with my hand shows the amount of wood collected when filling one standard size cylindrical bird feeder!
The bag arrives within a cardboard box. Once this strong plastic sack is opened, there is a real danger of all the seed slipping out allover the place if the bag is knocked over, I have tied the top up, but it is something to take care with. The seed looks fine, top quality, I was impressed and reassured by all the positive reviews for this type. It is intriguing to imagine the faming effort that goes into producing such large quantities of what is in effect thistle seed.
So now I am set to watch a colourful, rewarding show of finches, which I know are nearby as I have caught sight of them in the bushes and hedges, near my other feeders. I think in the summer when the other birds don't need so much feeding support it is a lovely idea to feed this specialist seed for the smaller more vulnerable beauties out there. More news as it happens...
i have pheasants which i feed & i have also just purchased a large bird feeder, i was surprised
at just how many finches & blue tits it attracted.. all the little birds & the
20 pheasants i have visiting my garden just cannot get enough of this seed,
well worth the money & the tub is great for keeping xmas lights in or nuts and
bolts once it is empty. arrived quickly too. One thing i will have to say though is that
i ordered 3 of these & they came together.. the box was not strong enough that it came
in because of the weight which unfortunately cracked one of the plastic tubs & although i could
use it for the pheasants i could not put it in the bird feeder because the plastic shards that went
inside the tub. However i have ordered two before & they were fine & it does not take anything
away from the product itself. I will be ordering one at a time in future, like i have in the past, hope
this helps. :)
Dried mealworms aren’t cheap and I looked at many sources online, local pet shops and supermarkets before eventually choosing these as offering probably the best value for money. As soon as they arrived and I topped up Humphrey’s food bowl, I could see him watching intently and once I’d moved away he crawled out and demolished the lot so they’re clearly delicious. We supplement his diet with poultry-based kitten food, suet sprinkles and a few other natural hedgehoggy nibbles but it’s always the dried mealworms which he tucks into first (see video).
My squeamish side was also pleased they were packed into a tub rather than a packet as used previously. I noticed that when in a flexible packet the mealworms can appear to ‘move’ which was a little alarming at first until common sense took over and logic told me dried mealworms couldn’t possibly be alive. That said, I still serve them from the plastic tub via a spoon...
Humphrey the hedgehog and I would very highly recommend these to anyone looking to feed wild birds or hedgehogs over the winter.
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