Original Farm Gold™
- 2 kg
- 4 kg
- 8 kg
- 8kg ( 2 x 4kg)
- 30kg (2 x 15kg)
- 45kg (3 x 15kg)
- 60kg (4 x 15kg)
Home grown is always best and this delicious, nutritious Original Farm Gold™ bird seed mix lets the harvest sunshine spill out of it. October is often a 'golden' month as the mornings become just slightly colder and there is a 'nip' in the air. Original Farm Gold™ is a perfect autumn bird feed, and a fantastic choice for your garden birds at this time of year.
We have taken our best selling Original Farm Mix™ and replaced our black sunflowers with premium grade sunflower hearts and have retained the large number of our home grown ingredients which we know attracts more birds into your gardens; more in term of numbers but also variety of birds! And of course it goes without saying - it is delicious and extremely popular!
Original Farm Gold™ autumn bird feed is a free flowing, balanced mix and is suitable for seed feeder, table or ground use. We double clean all our seeds and seed mixes here on the farm so we can produce the cleanest, highest quality bird seed available.
Ingredients include home grown millet, plain canary seed, oilseed rape, naked oats, wheat, premium sunflower hearts, cut maize, peanut granules and safflower.
Your Original Farm Gold™ should be stored somewhere cool and dry. We recommend that it should be used within 5 months of purchase - just to make sure it stays fresh and nutritious for your garden birds.
Original Farm Gold FAQs
- What do you feed birds in autumn?
Autumn is one of the most bountiful times of year for wild birds, so you may see them at your feeders less frequently. However, during autumn it’s important to help wild birds start preparing for winter; slowly increase your feeding rate and start adding more calorie dense feeds like suet.
Our Original Farm Gold bird seed is autumn you can hold in your hands – packed with all of the best bounty from our farm harvest, this blend is delicious and nutritious, the perfect autumn bird feed.
- What birds are around in the autumn months?
During the autumn and winter months, you can expect to see an increase in the presence of the following birds:
- Blue tit