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  • No wheat means more birds and fewer pigeons.
  • The inclusion of Black Sunflower and millet makes it especially popular when fed from seed feeders where it can also attract finches, tits and hopefully lots of House Sparrows
  • Suitable for tubular seed feeders
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Premium (Wheat Free) Wild Bird Food

Regular price £5.49
Regular price £5.99 Sale price £5.49
Size

Ideal for

Robin, Wren, Dunnock, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Greenfinch, Chaffinch, Siskin, Starling, House Sparrow

   

No wheat means more birds and fewer pigeons. It's a 100% wheat-free, premium wild bird seed mix at an everyday price. 

What does premium economy mean? In this case, it means high-quality and yet affordable bird food. At this price, wheat-free is almost unheard of. No wheat means fewer Pigeons, which means MORE bird food for the smaller garden birds! The inclusion of Black Sunflower and millet makes it especially popular when fed from seed feeders where it can also attract finches, tits and hopefully lots of House Sparrows as their numbers have declined by nearly 71% since 1977, according to BTO statistics.

Key Ingredients: Black Sunflower, Millet, Canadian Canary Seed, Small Sunflower

Customer Reviews

Based on 37 reviews
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Florence Woods
Very good

Very good also the service thank you

Thank you for taking the time to write us a review

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Dudley Bennett
Bird paradise

All the products seem ok only just started feeding the birds

Hello Dudley, thank you for the review. We would love to hear how you get on and what birds you are attracting to your garden.

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Geraldine Pease
Wild bird food

Food excellent and enjoyed by many different birds

Hello Geraldine, thank you for the review. Our Premium (Wheat Free) Wild Bird Food was designed to appeal to a variety of smaller birds. We are happy to hear that you are receiving several species of birds in your garden.

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Doreen Bibby
Birds

Perfectly clean,birds love it

Thank you, Doreen, for the review.

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A.M.
A good stand by

I tend to use this on my ground feeder rather than my tube feeders. Most birds seem to like it - blackbirds, dunnocks & robins in particular as they don't use the tubes.

Hello Andrew, thank you for the review. Robins are know as ground feeder, thank you for thinking of them and providing more thank one feeding method.