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not sure what to feed your birds?

Posted by British Bird Food 19/02/2012 0 Comment(s)
Well try our winter warmer - seed and suet variety pack. It has all the ingredients you and your wild garden birds need to get through the winter and early Spring months. Suet is a fantastic, energy provider and the birds in your garden need a boost right now, the husk free seeds in our pack can be mixed in with the suet pellets to make your own special food for your birds, this will enable you to test out different ratios of seed and pellets to find the optimum amount to feed your wild garden birds. Peanuts are an essential food source for Woodpeckers, Nuthatch, Blue Tits and lots more garden birds. They provide oils and vitamins and will attract many species of wild birds to your feeding station. Suet balls, can be hung from the nets they have on them, or you can ask for no nets and use a feeder (free if you buy a box of 100) or you can place or crush them on to the bird feeding table. Lots of different kind of wild birds will feed on the suet balls, which contain seeds and are made from Beef suet (not the cheaper Pork suet that is found in some other makes). We also supply Giant Suet Balls, Coconut halves (filled with suet) that have a string on the nut so you can hang it around your garden. and the favourite suet blocks, an ideal way to feed, you just need a block holder or you can leave it on your feeding table for the birds to help themselves.

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