CJ Wildlife Hi-Energy No Mess Wild Bird Food 12.75kg

£37.95 £2.98 per kg
3 IN STOCK More available from 26 August
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This is a specialist veterinary product. We will ask you a simple set of questions to confirm that you are buying the correct medicine for your pet and know how to use it safely

Warning: By law we cannot sell this product to anyone under 18, by placing an order with us you are confirming that you are over the age of 18.

Order by 3pm for Express Courier Delivery  Some of the items we sell are a bit too bulky to fit on our delivery vans so we offer our customers Next Day Delivery via courier. Deliveries are made from 8am - 8pm Monday to Saturday and 9am - 5pm on Sundays. Your delivery slot will only be confirmed once your order has been placed.

Offers maximum energy for garden birds. With the husks removed from the Black Sunflower Seeds in this blend, the birds are able to feed more efficiently. As an added bonus there's also less waste and mess in feeding areas.

Key Benefits

- Hi-Energy
- No mess
- Maximum birds, minimum waste

Product Information

Birds use lots of energy in their daily activities and in cold weather may eat more than a third of their body weight in food each day, so a high energy content food vital. There are lots of bird foods to choose from but we publish the calorie content on the packaging - making in easier for you to choose the right food to help the birds in your garden.


Sunflower Hearts, Kibbled Sunflowers, Kibbled Peanuts, Yellow Millet, Kibbled Maize, Pinhead Oatmeal.


Typical Values Per 100g
Oil 46g
Protein 20g
Fibre 3g
Carbohydrate 21g
Ash 3g
Energy equivalent: 550 Calories


When to Feed:

All year round! Supplementary food in spring and summer ensures parent birds collect enough natural foods, such as caterpillars, to feed their young.

Feeding Guide

How to Feed:

Hi-Energy No Mess is a versatile seed mix that can be fed from a feeder, bird table or from the ground. Using a combination of feeding methods will attract the greatest number of species.