Pet Food Market Sunflower Hearts Wild Bird Food 22.67kg

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Product Description

High in energy, Sunflower Hearts (also known as Sunflower Kernals) are a popular and nutritious bird feed to have in your garden. They’re quick and easy to eat and the birds will eat the whole seed, leaving little or no mess around your feeding station. With the husk removed, birds can enjoy the whole seed without wasting energy on cracking them open to feed, which is especially important during the energy-conservative winter months.

Attracting a large variety of wild birds all year-round, sunflower hearts are a popular bird feed with a wide variety of wild birds including finches, starlings, tits and robins. Sunflower Hearts can be fed from a bird feeder, bird table or scattered on the floor for ground eating birds.

Key Features of Our Sunflower Hearts Bird Feed:

  • Tasty bird feed, high in healthy fats, protein and oils
  • Birds are able to feed on them far quicker – a distinct advantage in winter and the nesting season
  • Husk free meaning that birds will eat all, so no mess left behind
  • Ideal for all seasons and stages of life
  • Premium quality, produced from bakery grade black oil sunflower seed
  • Attracts smaller, more colourful wild birds

Nutrition and Analysis

Composition
Sunflower Hearts
Contain nutrients such as Protein, Healthy Fats, Calcium, Vitamin B, Iron and Potassium

Feeding Guide

  • Sunflower Hearts bird feed can be fed from a hanging seed bird feeder, bird table or scattered on the ground
  • Locate bird feeders at least two metres away from cover, to make the feeder visible, whilst providing a safe place to retreat
  • Place bird feed out in the morning to ensure that birds can replace the energy they have lost overnight
  • Always ensure that clean, fresh water is available for drinking and bathing.
  • It is best to have multiple bird feeding stations in the garden to prevent overcrowding
  • Clean bird feeders, bird tables and drinking areas regularly with mild disinfectant.
  • Keep bird food fresh and dry, removing any wet food to prevent the spread of bacteria and diseases.