Wild Bird Seed Mix - Coarse


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Our premium New Zealand-grown seed is high in energy and rich in essential nutrients, providing a boost for wild birds when food is scarce. When you want to feed your feathered friends the best in homegrown goodness serve up our premium course seed mix.

Topflite seed products are formulated to provide high quality nutrition for a wide range of local bird. This course seed goes great in one of our feeders, attracting birds to your garden for year-round enjoyable viewing.

The health benefits for the native bird population are helpful too. Current research has shown that leaving the right food out for native bird species helps give them an advantage during cold weather when food isn’t readily available. Birds that visit a feeder regularly enjoy higher breeding success than those that don’t. They lay eggs earlier, produce more eggs and their chicks weigh more

1: Coarse mix suitable for larger birds or for areas where wind can blow away smaller seeds

2: Also available in a fine mix more suitable for the little mouths of smaller birds

3: Can attract the following species: chaffinch, silvereye, dove, pukeko, goldfinch, greenfinch, duck, goose, pigeon (feral), pigeon (native), rosella,  pheasant, sparrow, swan, thrush, tui and yellowhammer

4: Available in: 20kg, 10kg, 5kg, 2kg & 1kg.

Ingredients: Wheat, sorghum, canary seed, oats, barley, panicum, radish, weedseed, oilseed rape, NZ sunflower.

Typical nutritional analysis: Protein 15.2%, Fibre 10.3%, Fat 16.6%



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