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  • No mess, no waste bird food - 100% edible featuring high-energy seeds and dried mealworms which won't germinate beneath feeders.
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Huskfree Advance™ with Dried Mealworms

Regular price £4.99
Regular price Sale price £4.99

Ideal for

Blackbird, Song Thrush, Robin, Wren, Dunnock, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Long-Tailed Tit, Goldfinch, Greenfinch, Chaffinch, Siskin, Starling, House Sparrow, Collared Dove, Great Spotted Woodpecker

No mess, no waste - 100% edible featuring high-energy seeds and dried mealworms which won't germinate beneath feeders. Enriched with a natural source of calcium.

Our 100% edible bird food with high-fat dried mealworms leaves no waste to clear up, and has more protein than Huskfree Advance. It's packed with extra goodness to help busy parent birds and fledglings make it through the breeding season and through the autumn/winter seasons. Year round goodness.

We're so confident that there’s no waste with this super high-energy, Sunflower Heart rich wild bird food that we offer a full money back guarantee if you and your birds aren't 100% satisfied with it. So, if a clean patio and huskfree lawn is as important to you as feeding a high-energy bird food this is the ideal product - with the added advantage of no seed germination beneath feeders.

Key Ingredients: Dried Mealworms, Sunflower Hearts

Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
Jenny Voss
Husk free advanced with mealworms

The only food I have found that all the birds like and don’t leave a mess.

Hi, Jenny - you're feeding one of our most popular bird foods - great work!

Great Bird Food

"Excellent feed with absolutely no mess under feeders! The birds love it too!"

No Waste

"We have tried a few bird seeds, partly looking at cost, but return to Haiths. We have robins queuing up in the morning and they are quickly joined by blackbirds, sparrows and chaffinches. The blue tits and great tits are more choosey but anything they discard from the feeder is picked up by the sparrows or chaffinches."

Ron Galliers
An expensive way to feed Starlings

"Undoubtedly good feed, but as soon as it is put out, 30-40 starlings arrive,and disperse any smaller birds. They then eat the bits they want and throw about 25% of the seed on the ground where it just solidifies into a mess on the grass. Have tried putting it inside caged feeders, but none of the small birds will use them. The same happens with the mealworms. Nothing else gets a look in."

Graham Burnett
Wow, better were a hat..!

"Bought this, so as too stop seed germination. And also as added protien for rearing of Young birds. With 2 mins, the garden inherited a colony of Starlings and Sparrows and a Blackbird family. Some weeks on now and they still arrive in their dozens. Excellent seed."