Truffle Bulk Box


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You said, “More truffle but less kerfuffle, please!” and we answered.

This bulk box of 50 Wild Bird Energy Truffles offers a cost effective way to keep your bird feeder well stocked. Thanks to the recyclable cardboard packaging, bird lovers can feed more with less waste too.

Made from the highest quality vegetable fat, Topflite Energy Truffles offer wild birds an immediate energy boost when natural food is scarce during the cooler months. As plants go dormant and insects head to hidey holes, a reliable source of energy food in the garden can help birds make the next flight.

  • Naturally coloured and flavoured to attract birds
  • Made in Oamaru, New Zealand
  • Likely to attract tauhou (waxeyes), sparrows, thrushes, blackbirds and yellowhammers
  • Serve up in a hanging Truffle Feeder or one of our stylish bird feeders

Feed more garden birds for less with a bulk pack of peanut or berry flavoured Wild Bird Energy Truffles. Made in NZ for NZ birds. Recyclable packaging.

Ingredients: Berry: Vegetable fat, wheat flour, peanut flour, natural berry colouring and flavouring. Peanut: Vegetable fat, wheat flour, peanut flour.

Allergen Information: contains peanuts.

Typical Analysis: Protein 7.1%, Fibre 2.3%, Fat 28.4%, ash 0.7%

Place feeders & food well off the ground to keep birds safe from predators. It may take some time for the birds to recognise the new food items. Replenish food regularly and keep feeders clean.


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