Seed and suet variety pack
Save 20% off retail price
Our seed and suet variety pack offers super value, a saving of 25% (£15.00) over the normal retail price for these packs. Containing 4 x 5Kg bags this pack offers very high energy choices for your birds. 5Kgs of mixed suet pellets a firm favourite with all garden birds and maximum energy. 5Kgs of Peanuts, which are guaranteed high in oil content and afflatoxin free, this years crop (very fresh). 5Kgs High energy no mess seed mix, full of sunflower hearts and Safflower seeds for good oil content and nutrition. 50 standard (95g) suet balls, high quality balls to appeal to all birds large and small. All the above seeds can be fed from a tube feeder, table or ground tray.
All our foods come to you in small, returnable polythene bags, when you have emptied them, just put them all in one empty poly bag, apply the label from your invoice and send it back to us freepost.
Our variety pack range:-
This variety pack contains different sorts of feeding requirements and so we will deal with them separately.
Mixed Suet pellets :-
It is important to keep suet pellets dry - they will coagulate if wet, this still means they are usable, but they will all stick together and so are a little more difficult to feed. For this reason only put sufficient out for one day at a time, or use a tube feeder with a rain guard.
Peanuts :- use a peanut mesh feeder.
It is possible when you start to feed peanuts that the birds take a little while to come to your feeder, if it takes more than two weeks, only put half a feeder at a time and change the nuts every two weeks to keep the nuts in the feeder fresh.
High energy no mess :-
Use a tube feeder or mesh tray or table. This is the most versatile mix, it can be used all year round and fed through most types of feeder. The mix does not have husks on the large seeds and so will not grow, also because the husks are removed the birds will go for this mix first (even the birds don't like to work too hard if they can avoid it!)
Standard suet balls:-
If you chose to have your suet balls in nets than you can hang them from any hook or nail in trees or from the edge of your table. If you have them without nets, then you can use a suet ball feeder like the Daisy or the Squirrel proof NT 47. Suet balls are fine to get wet - up to a point, they will eventually break up if left in consistently wet conditions, so try to gauge it so you put one to two days out at a time.