National Trust Seed Peanut Cake 1 Litre

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The National Trust Seed Peanut Cake is a great source of essentials fats and calories for your garden birds and will attract a host of different varieties to your garden Read more

Why we love it:

  • A very high calorie bird food
  • Formulated from animal and vegetable fats and bound with peanut flour they have proved irresistible to a wide range of species
  • It can be fed either from a hanging or pole-mounted feeder
  • Peanut cakes can also be chopped up and placed on a feeding table, or 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
  • Attractively presented in National Trust branded packaging, as part of their collaboration for The Love of Nature, making it a lovely gift to give or receive as well as helping to support the natural world around us
  • Every purchase from the National Trust Garden Wildlife Range contributes to the National Trust conservation projects that directly benefit wildlife

What you need to know:

  • National Trust Seed Peanut Cake 1 Litre
  • Ingredients: Maize, wheat, fish meal, alfalfa, yeast, lecithin (from GM soybeans) and limestone
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