CJ Wildlife Wild Bird Peanut Cake with Insects 500ml

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These Peanut Cake Tubes are made to a unique recipe, making them a great source of essential fats and calories for your garden birds and the highest quality energy-rich fat cakes!

Peanut Cakes are one of the highest calorie foods, and are a phenomenal success with garden birds. Formulated from animal and vegetable fats, and bound with peanut flour, they have proved irresistible to a wide range of species.

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These cakes can be fed either from a hanging or pole-mounted feeder, or chopped up on a table. They can also be chopped into small pieces (1cm cubes) and scattered around the edge of your feeding area to give smaller and more timid species (such as Dunnocks, Wrens and Blackbirds) a chance to enjoy them.

Recommended for

These Peanut Cake Tubes with added insects are especially attractive to Blue Tits, Great Tits and even Blackcaps.


Peanut Flour, Tallow, Dried Insects, Dried Mealworms, Shrimps, Small Crabs, Ground Shells, Charcoal


How to Feed: High energy peanut cake helps keep wild birds healthy throughout the year. Simply remove the tape holding the lid on, pull down the two perforated strips and ease out the cake. Hang from a branch (by looping a piece of string or wire through the hole in the hanger) or specialist peanut cake feeder. Alternatively, chop into cubes for a tasty bird table treat.