Feeding wild bird with the Winter season.
At British Bird Food we satisfaction ourselves on not just caring for the atmosphere with our special returnable product packaging, yet we make certain that our clients obtain the very best high quality, best stuffed, bird food readily available anywhere – a small business with a huge heart.
Our seasonal variety of mass sacks provide wonderful worth for cash and also still come stuffed fresh the very same day of despatch – a 25kg sack inside a cardboard box for additional security on the trip to your front door. Winter season mix mass sack of 25Kg goes to a brand-new reduced cost of ₤ 41.00 which is just ₤ 1.64 per Kilo for a hand blended special bird food mix that is provided to your door – wonderful worth and also wonderful solution, that is what we are everything about at British Bird Food.
Our special variety of seasonal wild bird food blends takes the concern out of feeding your yard birds, Springtime/ Summer season mix, Fall mix and also Winter season mix are all bird foods that we blend by hand on the day we despatch your order – absolutely nothing is pre-packed in supply, we make your order up as we recieve the notice, so we are pleased to assert it is difficult to obtain any kind of fresher bird food online, although we do not ensure following day as basic, we constantly make use of a following day solution, so 97% of shipments are obtained the following functioning day, typically in the early morning when the order was positioned late early morning of the previous day, so obtain your bird food blends within 1 day of purchasing.
So our Winter season mix is readily available throughout the year and also is great to feed throughout the year, yet it is so high in power supplying components (like suet pellets, mealworms and also Sunflower Hearts) that it is excellent for the Cold weather. A fantastic mix for either tube feeder or ground feeder, there is no wheat in this mix (we just have 2 blends which contain Wheat) and also the majority of the husks have actually been gotten rid of (there are husks on the small seeds) so the birds will certainly remove whatever approximately prevent undesirable germination.