Premium No Mess Wild Bird Seed

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This Premium No Mess Wild Bird Feed is de-hulled and cut to prevent accidental germination when birds are feeding. Not only does this seed mix help you save money, but it also removes the potential risk of attracting vermin such as rats and mice. Our Premium No Mess Wild Bird Feed is:

- Completely husk free to ensure your local wild birds only get access to the juicy proteins and oils they love
- Cut and degerminated to prevent wild plant growth
- 100% free from chemicals, sprays or other agents 
- Packed in resealable Gripseal bags for your convenience 

Guaranteed: No Grow / No Waste / No Husk

What is your No Mess Seed Mix made from?

We care a lot about our birds, so we have spent a lot of time formulating and perfecting our seed mixes. As such, we can’t give a direct breakdown of our exact recipe. However, the main ingredients of this mix include:

- Sunflower Hearts
- Mixed Millets
- Naked Oats
- Peanut Granules
- Wheat
- Niger
- Maize Chips
- Red & White Dari
- Pinhead Oatmeal
- Split Peas
- Safflower
- Hemp

How do I feed my birds your No Mess Seed Mix?

You can attract a wide spectrum of birds into your garden all year round by using:

- Seed Feeders
- Ground Feeders
- Table scattering

Packaging: Choose from a variety of weight options ranging from 500g to 25 kg. All our bird feed is packed in resealable Grip Seal pouches for your convenience, which can be used for a variety of further purposes or recycled.

What our customers have to say...

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"Really good quality seed mix, full of quality seeds rather than just filler seed. Packaging is good resealable."

Paul Hannigan

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"True to word - it is a no mess seed mix as the birds clear it all up. The bag arrived quickly and in perfect condition. I use it for ground feeding and in the feeders."

Alison Mitchell

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"Popped the seed in the feeder and the birds have been eating them all day."

Grace Stewart