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Looking for a no mess bird food?

Do you love birds but hate the mess they leave behind? Then you'll love this bird food! It’s 100% edible and leaves no waste – it will keep your patio looking great. Read on!

Huskfree Advance has been designed for the keen gardeners amongst you. Spend less time cleaning up and more time actually watching your garden birds with this fantastic range of seed mixes.

The original Huskfree Advance Bird Food is 100% edible and full of high-energy bird seeds. It’s also enriched with a natural source of calcium via one of the ingredients, oystershell grit.

Bird food that leaves no mess in the garden

With key ingredients such as Sunflower Hearts and Pinhead Oatmeal, we’re confident your garden birds will love it.

After the successful launch of Huskfree Advance, and with help of feedback from our customers, a special edition was mixed using Dried Mealworms. Mealworms, whether live or dried are one of the most important things you can feed to your garden birds at any time of the year. Dried Mealworms contain traces of fat, protein and fibre and just seemed the ideal product to add to our bestselling huskfree mix range. So Huskfree Advance with Dried Mealworms came to be.

Huskfree Advance with Suet Pellets is another variation that has been handcrafted by our bird food specialists. Following the same design as the original Huskfree Advance, with the added benefit of suet, this really does turn it into a suet super mix.

Loved by a whole range of garden birds such as blackbirds, robins, wrens, goldfinches, starlings, and greenfinches it really is worth investing in this unique mix.

Written by Angela

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