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Buy Garden bird peanuts 4kg: <br><ul><strong><li>Rich source of fats and nutrients</li><li>Aflatoxin-free</li><li>Endorsed by the BTO</li></strong></ul><br>High-quality peanuts rich in oils, a great year-round source of energy for hungry birds.<br><br>Use in mesh feeders to prevent young birds choking on whole kernels, and hang them well out of reach of cats and other predators.<br><br>Ensure birds have a plentiful supply at peak feeding times such as dusk and dawn, and provide a fresh supply of drinking water nearby. Clear away any uneaten food/droppings regularly to keep the feeding area hygienic.<br><br>Store in a cool, dry place.<br><br><strong>All our peanuts are Aflatoxin-tested, comply with the Birdcare Standards Association specifications and are endorsed by the British Trust for Ornithology.</strong>


  • Rich source of fats and nutrients
  • Aflatoxin-free
  • Endorsed by the BTO

High-quality peanuts rich in oils, a great year-round source of energy for hungry birds.

Use in mesh feeders to prevent young birds choking on whole kernels, and hang them well out of reach of cats and other predators.

Ensure birds have a plentiful supply at peak feeding times such as dusk and dawn, and provide a fresh supply of drinking water nearby. Clear away any uneaten food/droppings regularly to keep the feeding area hygienic.

Store in a cool, dry place.

All our peanuts are Aflatoxin-tested, comply with the Birdcare Standards Association specifications and are endorsed by the British Trust for Ornithology.

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