High Energy Blend™
- 2 kg
- 4 kg
- 8 kg
- 8 kg (2 x 4 kg)
- 30kg (2 x 15kg)
- 45kg (3 x 15kg)
- SUPERSAVER! 60kg (4 x 15kg)
Our High Energy Blend™ is a free flowing husk free Premium Bird Seed Mix, packed full of the most nutritious and energy rich seeds. No husks means more calories per kilo, and no residual waste, offering much better value.
Delicious plump bakery grade sunflower hearts are the main ingredient, comprising 45% of this premium bird seed mix. Other ingredients included in our high energy bird food are delicious home grown naked oats, cut maize, peanut granules, safflower and home grown white and red millet.
High Energy Blend™ is particularly needed through the winter months, where temperatures are much colder and also through the spring and early summer months, when the exhausting job of rearing young make extra demands on birds’ body stores.
During Winter days the amount of available time to spend at feeders is greatly reduced and feeding a high energy mix will make life just that bit easier for your garden birds.
Our High Energy Blend™ is suitable for feeding from tubular seed feeders, table and ground use, we have formulated the recipe to minimise clogging in tube seed feeders should the blend become damp. So definitely a High Energy choice during this very wet winter weather we are currently experiencing.
Summary Reasons to chose High Energy Blend;
It is packed with delicious home grown high energy oil seeds - which have done zero airmiles - that's good for the planet and totally sustainable
It is high energy which means the smallest of garden birds can maintain their nutritional requirements even during these shortest of days
It is free flowing - so will cope well in tubular seed feeders even on the wettest of days, when many seed mixes will clog up
High Energy Blend™
- What is the best high-energy bird food?
- Do birds need more calories in the winter?
Yes, wild birds need more calories in the winter months. Birds require extra fat reserves to help them survive the cold nights; most of those extra reserves come from calorie-dense and nutritious food.