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Extra Select No Wheat Wild Bird Food, 20 kg
- Specifically developed to ensure mess-free area
- Suitable for all species
- Contains naturally occurring seeds without any wheat fillers
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Ingredients:Black Sunflower, red dari, cut maize, white millet, red millet seed, niger seed, sunflower hearts, peanut granules, safflower, pinhead oatmeal, linseed, canary seed, hempseed, vegetable oil.
Extra Select No Wheat Wild Bird Food is developed to attract a variety of Songbirds and Finches to your garden. This wheat free mix will discourage pigeons and doves from visiting feeding areas and will also reduce mess and wastage. It is also fledgeling safe and suitable for parent birds to feed their young, making it an ideal and truly all seasoning mix. It's free flowing qualities make it suitable for offering in seed feeders but it can equally be used on the ground or table.
Black Sunflower, red dari, cut maize, white millet, red millet seed, niger seed, sunflower hearts, peanut granules, safflower, pinhead oatmeal, linseed, canary seed, hempseed, vegetable oil.See all Product description
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Extra Select Wild Bird Food
We're extra selective about what goes into our wild bird food!
The Extra Select wild bird food range provides something for everyone, from the occasional feeder to the serious hobbyist.
There are feeds to suit different types of birds and times of the year.
Extra Select products are carefully sourced, offering great quality at a competitive price.
Extra Select also offer many other ranges of food and treats for other animals such as fish, small animal and poultry.
To encourage a variety of wild birds into your garden!
- Extra Select has a great selection of products available to attract different species of birds to your garden
- Carefully sourced product
- Offers great quality
- Competitive price
Extra Select No Wheat Wild Bird Food 20kg
- Contains naturally occurring seeds without any wheat fillers
- Suitable for all year round feeding
- Suitable for all species of wild bird from finches to blackbirds
Containing naturally occurring seeds without any wheat fillers, this food has been developed specifically to fit in with the dietary requirements of wild birds.
Black sunflower, Red dari, Cut maize, White millet, Red miller seed, Niger seed, Sunflower hearts, Peanut granules, Safflower, Pinhead oatmeal, Linseed, Canary seed, Hemp seed, vegetable oil
|Black Sunflower Seed||Less Mess||Dried Mealworms||Niger Seed||No Wheat||Peanuts|
|Sizes Available||12.75kg||12.75kg, 20kg||500ml, 1ltr, 3ltr, 5ltr||5ltr, 12.75kg, 20kg||12.75kg, 20kg||12.75kg, 25kg|
|Types Of Birds Attracted||Blue tit, Brambling, Bullfinch, Chaffinch, Coal tit, Dunnock, Goldfinch, Great tit, Greenfinch, House sparrow, Nuthatch, Siskin, Woodpigeon||Blackbird, Chaffinch, Collarded dove, Dunnock, Greenfitch, House sparrow, Robin, Song thrush, Wren||Blackbird, Blackcap, Blue tit, Bullfinch, Coal tit, Dunnock, Goldfinch, Great tit, Great spotted woodpecker, Greenfinch, House sparrow, Long-tailed tit, Nuthatch, Robin, Siskin, Song thrush, Starling, Tree sparrow, Woodpigeon, Wren||Brambling, Goldfinch, Greenfinch, Siskin, Tree Sparrow||Blackbird, Caffinch, Collarded dove, Dunnock, Greenfinch, House sparrow, Robin, Song thrush, Wren||Blue tit, Chaffinch, Coal tit, Great tit, Great spotted woodpecker, Greenfinch, Long-tailed tit, Nuthatch, Siskin|
|Feeder Type||Tube feeders, Feeder houses, Bird tables, Ground feeding||Feeder, Bird table||Feeder houses, Bird Tables, Ground Feeding||Tube feeders with small gauge, Feeder tray||Tube feeders, Feeder houses, Bird tables, Ground feeding||Mesh feeders|
|Best time Of Year for feeding||All year round||All year round||All year round||All year round||All year round||Autumn and Winter|
|Key Ingredients||Black Sunflower||Sunflower hearts, Peanut Granules||Dried Mealworms||Niger Seed||Black Sunflower, Red Dari, Niger Seed||Peanut|
|Calorific Value||560kcal||568kcal||515kcal||375.8 Kcal||567 Kcal|
|Premium Mix||Robin & Songbird||Spring & Summer||Standard Mix||Sunflower Hearts|
|Sizes Available||12.75kg, 20kg||12.75kg||12.75kg||12.75kg, 20kg||12.75kg, 20kg|
|Types Of Birds Attracted||Blackbird, Chaffinch, Collarded dove, Dunnock, Greenfitch, House sparrow, Robin, Song thrush, Wren||Blackbird, Blackcap, Blue tit, Brambling, Bullfinch, Chaffinch, Coal tit, Dunnock, Goldfinch, Great tit, Great spotted woodpecker, Greenfinch, House sparrow, Long-tailed tit, Nuthatch, Robin, Siskin, Song thrush, Starling, Tree sparrow, Woodpigeon, Wren|
|Feeder Type||Tube feeders, Feeder houses, Bird tables, Ground Feeding||Tube feeders, Feeder houses, Bird tables, Ground Feeding||Tube feeders, Feeder houses, Bird tables, Ground Feeding||Tube feeders, Feeder houses, Bird tables, Ground Feeding||Tube feeders, Feeder houses, Bird tables, Ground Feeding|
|Time Of Year||All year round||All year round||Spring & Summer||All year round||All year round|
|Key Ingredients||Black Sunflower Seed, Niger Seed, Sunflower Heart||Sunflower Hearts, Suet Pellets, Mealworm,||Sunflower Heats, Niger Seeds, Mealwords||Black Sunflower, Red Dari||Sunflower Hearts|
|Calorific Value||413.4 Kcal||493 Kcal||452.7 Kcal||347.8 Kcal||640 Kcal|
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Yes the birds loved these black sunflower seeds but the 12.75 kg bag contained bits of wood (see my photograph). About every handful I found a piece of wood. I'm wondering if the many pieces of wood that I found in the bag where included in the weight of 12.75 kg, if so then this product isn't worth the price.
The picture with my hand shows the amount of wood collected when filling one standard size cylindrical bird feeder!
Update: March 2018. ALSO, birds will not eat Standard Mixed Seeds 20 kg.
I thought I’d try the standard mixed seeds this time. Big mistake. As I have already bought from here before I wasn’t able to write a separate review so I attached one on the end of this older review.
I am not sure who is at fault here. The seeds are advertised as food for wild birds but the wild birds that come to my garden refuse to eat them. But whose fault is it? The company selling the seeds, or are the wild birds being too fussy? Though they do pick out the very, very few black sunflower seeds from the mix, but they leave everything else. I had really hoped that the birds would eat these seeds because I have a vast amount of various wild birds visiting my garden and it costs a lot of money to feed them all and as this bag seemed very reasonably priced I thought it could help me out financially. During this cold weather the birds left the seeds and even the squirrels did not eat them. I could give a very long list of the various wild birds that visit my garden, I would have thought that some if not all of them would have eaten these seeds, but they didn’t. I am now left with a big bag of seeds which none of the wild animals are interested in eating. I purchased a 20 kg bag of presumed mixed seeds for wild birds but the birds will not eat them, so who is at fault here? The company for selling seeds that birds don’t like? Or are my birds just fussy?
Have tried a few bags now to see if it was a case of them getting used to it or if there was something about this particular feed. There's a good variety of birds that take the other seed mixes I use so though more expensive I will be getting those in future instead.
The most disturbing thing though is that when I opened the last sack it was fully infested with tiny beetles that seemed to sense the bag was open and climb towards the opening. I keep the feed inside but was lucky enough to have put the sack in a sealed container, otherwise they'd have been right through the house.
I decided to use the millet in a seed tray and the rest of the tub I am chucking in a food processor with peanut oil and some water and will use it similar to a fat block, who knows if they will eat it but I wasn't going to waste that much seed. The 2 photos show the results
I have put this mix in my bird feeders and it is attracting a variety of birds including Sparrows, Robins , Blue tits , Starlings, and Squirrels !
I still have issues with seeds being discarded from the feeders but then the larger birds such as Collar Doves and Pigeons are constantly in residence to hoover it up off the lawn and the Ground Feeder Tray that I have placed underneath the seed feeder.
The birds love it with the added bonus that it can be used all the year round !
It stores well because it is in a plastic sack rather than some of the cheaper food which comes in paper sacks and has to be stored carefully to stop it becoming damp.