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Raisins
Raisins
Raisins
  • Raisins
  • Raisins
  • Raisins
Size
£/Kg
Price
Saving
4 kg
£3.63
£14.50
£0.00
8 kg
£2.63
£21.05
£7.95
13 kg
£2.05
£26.65
£20.48
20 kg
£1.81
£36.25
£36.25
26 kg (2 X 13 kg)
£1.90
£49.30
£44.95

* These savings are based on the first row being the base £/kg price

Raisins

Raisins are a treat and will attract birds to your garden
Only: £14.50Robin
Select size: In Stock
Quantity: Free Delivery
Product Details

Raisins are most effective when fed from the ground and are loved by many bird species such as blackbirds and song thrushes. Soaking raisins during the breeding season  offers a good route for adults to supply their young with necessary water.

If you would like a seed mixture containing raisins, why not try our Ground Blend, details of which you can find in the seed mixes category?

These raisins look delicious, but please note that they are not for human consumption.


Please also note that raisins can be nephrotoxic to some dogs. They can cause kidney failure. Which dogs are affected is unknown until a susceptible dog ingests them and subsequently becomes unwell, so please do not allow pets to eat raisins which are put out for the birds.

Please also see our Raisin Free Ground Blend as a safe alternative.

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Customer Reviews

Name:
Jo
Date of Review:
03/05/2020
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Comments:
A new addition to my bird supplies. Blackbirds VERY happy!
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Name:
Ian
Date of Review:
11/03/2020
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Comments:
Look good, but have not yet finished my previous supply.
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Name:
Wendy Steele
Date of Review:
21/04/2017
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I've only given a 2stars for quality as these raisins are absolutely huuuuge, as in ginormous. Don't know if Welsh blackbirds are any different to others but they won't eat them. They pick them up and then throw them away, especially as they are now feeding their babies. I've tried cutting them up into tiny pieces but it's taking me hours.
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Robin
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