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CJ Wildlife Peanut Cake With Seed 500ml

4.3 out of 5 (4)

3 out of 4 customers would recommend this product to a friend.

£3.27

Price per litre: £6.54

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Product Description

High energy peanut cake with seed for garden birds

Product Information

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Prepare & Use

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

Country of Origin

UK.

Manufacturer

CJ WildBird Foods Ltd.,
The Rea,
Upton Magna,
Shrewsbury,
Shropshire,
SY4 4UR

Package Type

Plastic Cylinder.

Nutrition

Allergen Information

  • Contains Nut

Ingredients

Peanut Flour, Black Sunflowers, Striped Sunflowers, Yellow Millet, Kibbled Peanuts, Pinhead Oatmeal


Reviews

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5

4 customers reviewed this product Average rating 4.3

3 out of 4 customers would recommend this product to a friend.

Rating: 4 star out of 5

Birds seem to love it!

Took a few days for the birds to figure this out. I had to snip a few branches near where I hung this in the tree to give the birds a perch to eat from. Lots of different small birds were all over this, even saw woodpeckers on it!

Rating: 3 star out of 5

1 of 3 found this review helpful.

makes a mess

My birds had nowhere to perch to eat this. After few rains candle went black and loked disgusting so I removed it from the tree

Supplier Response - These peanut cakes can be hung by the integral hanging stalk, allowing agile species such as Blue tits and Great Tits to cling to the side. Less agile species such as Robins tend to perch on top of the cake to feed. Peanut cakes can also be chopped up and put on a bird table to help species such as Blackbirds or rubbed into the bark of a tree to help smaller species such as Long-tailed Tits and Goldcrests. In mild, damp weather, surface moulds can form on the peanut cake. This needs to be wiped off before it gets established.

Rating: 5 star out of 5

3 of 3 found this review helpful.

Birds Love It...

This food attracts many different garden birds into the garden - I've observed them forming a queue on the fence waiting to swoop in and take their turn!

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