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Kennedy Wild Classic Economy Bird Seed Mix

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£7.25
Kennedy Wild Classic Economy Bird Seed Mix
Kennedy Wild Classic Economy Bird Seed Mix
Kennedy Wild Classic Economy Bird Seed Mix
Kennedy Wild Classic Economy Bird Seed Mix
SKU:
KWMX-EWBS-3
Weight:
3.00 KGS
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Current Stock:
£7.25
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Description

Economy wild bird seed Kennedy’s economy wild bird seed or economy mixed seeds is our most popular wild bird food. It contain the highest nutritional value on the market. As a result this mixed bird seed is ideal for most small birds. Blended from the finest ingredients to attract the greatest variety of wild birds to your garden. This perfect blend of seeds is the result of many years of research. One of our best selling and best loved products with 98% of our customers rating this blend 5 star. If you prefer a mix with sunflower hearts then see our Superior economy wild bird mix.  

Benefits of our Economy Mixed Bird Seed

  The most complete wild bird food, high in black sunflower. As a result the mix is high in protein. Meets all essentials feeding requirements. Suitable for all year round feeding. Best fed from feeder or scattered on bird table.
  • Price includes next day delivery
  • One of our highest rated products.
  • Click on reviews above to see all our customer feedback on this product.
  • Always store in a cool dry place
  Composition: Black sunflower (22%), kibbled maize, White millet, red millet, plain canary, Red dari, Whole wheat (less than 10%), rape seed oil. Always ensure water is available.  

Why is it important to provide food for garden birds?

Over the last forty years, the RSPB has reported alarming declines in many once common species of garden bird. The decline in bird numbers is due to a number of factors including destruction of habitats, changes in climate and migration routes and a decline in the prevalence and availability of food in the wild. Included in these statistics are some of our most well-known and well-loved species. Since 1979, numbers of Starling have fallen by over 84%, Robin’s have fallen by over 45% and the House Sparrow by over 62%. Supplementing wild birds with food in our gardens can help provide them with the diet they need to, nest, fledge and make it through the cold winter months.  

Product Reviews

13 reviews Write a Review
  • 5

    Posted by Ademola Jamison on 8th Feb 2022

    Great selection of birds love this seed. Good mixture. Very reasonably priced.

  • 5

    Posted by Bria Christian on 7th Feb 2022

    The birds ❤️ It so I keep treating them

  • 5

    Posted by Peter on 7th Feb 2022

    Great all round mix

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