Hi-Energy All Season Mix for birds- save £15 - £9.99 delivered @ Thompson & Morgan - HotUKDeals
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Free delivery until midnight Monday. Quite a saving on this quality seed mix, delivered to your door - so no need to be lugging it home.
With added calcium grit to aid egg production Are pigeons and doves all too frequent and unwelcome visitors to your garden? This mix excludes wheat, which may help to deter them.

Ingredients: black sunflowers seeds, kibbled maize, striped sunflower seeds, sunflower hearts, yellow millet, chopped peanuts, pinhead oatmeal, flaked maize and oystershell grit.

Uses: For ground, table and feeders.
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#1
16% Topcashback warmed up
#2
Seems a good deal

I buy Bill Oddie's Bird Food normally, from the local supermarket, but having 10kg delivered is a good deal I think.

Will give it a try and maybe buy another couple of feeders ..

feeder £3.16 incl delivery at ..

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Proteam-BC1003-Wild-Range-Feeder/dp/B002U84312/ref=sr_1_3?s=outdoors&ie=UTF8&qid=1283073589&sr=1-3

Edited By: wbmkk on Aug 29, 2010 10:21: adding feeder link
#3
Thank you so much will definitely order. Voted hot.
I buy by the sack from local shops but you have to be careful because cheap sacks are bulked up with cheap ingredients ie. corn and wheat and are no use except for pigeons.
#4
thanks, just ordered some for the little birdies in winter!!
#5
I appreciate this seed mix isn't quite the same quality but pets at home do 20kg for £9.99. Handy if you have a store near you as you can reserve online they also do delivery but I am not sure how much they charge. Also I like to feed my local wood pigeons and doves.
#6
i like to eat my local wood pigeons
suspended#7
i get 50kg for £31 del included off fleabay birds love it
#8
wiffles
i like to eat my local wood pigeons

haha, made me laugh.

I was just wondering, do people actually buy food for wild birds like sparrows and crows etc? I might throw them out any old bread and what have you, but to go spend a tenner on bird food seems crazy to me. No wonder they die in winter, we make them soft by over feeding them, they should be able to find their own food.
#9
Gball
wiffles
i like to eat my local wood pigeons
haha, made me laugh.I was just wondering, do people actually buy food for wild birds like sparrows and crows etc? I might throw them out any old bread and what have you, but to go spend a tenner on bird food seems crazy to me. No wonder they die in winter, we make them soft by over feeding them, they should be able to find their own food.
Hmmmm .... that's an interesting view. Maybe we should apply it to humans too .... getting soft having doctors etc. to fix them up when they're illl ....let 'em die! If the birds eat your bit of stale bread, they must need it because I don't think it forms the natural diet of any species.

I buy bird food - though not as expensive as this. I buy 25kg sacks for £11 from my local shop and it all goes, different birds eat different things. I also buy peaniuts, fat balls and the occasional mealworms or other speciality when they're on offer. As a result I have a garden full of birds, have Robins who nest every year and this year had a Wren rear a brood just outside my kitchen window. I think it's a small price to pay.

The reason birds die in the winter is because selfish morons are taking away all the places that they used to get food and turning the countryside into housing estates and golf courses or intensively farming it to exclude any wild places or food sources that are of no use to man.
#10
macliam
Gball
wiffles
i like to eat my local wood pigeons
haha, made me laugh.I was just wondering, do people actually buy food for wild birds like sparrows and crows etc? I might throw them out any old bread and what have you, but to go spend a tenner on bird food seems crazy to me. No wonder they die in winter, we make them soft by over feeding them, they should be able to find their own food.
Hmmmm .... that's an interesting view. Maybe we should apply it to humans too .... getting soft having doctors etc. to fix them up when they're illl ....let 'em die! If the birds eat your bit of stale bread, they must need it because I don't think it forms the natural diet of any species.I buy bird food - though not as expensive as this. I buy 25kg sacks for £11 from my local shop and it all goes, different birds eat different things. I also buy peaniuts, fat balls and the occasional mealworms or other speciality when they're on offer. As a result I have a garden full of birds, have Robins who nest every year and this year had a Wren rear a brood just outside my kitchen window. I think it's a small price to pay. The reason birds die in the winter is because selfish morons are taking away all the places that they used to get food and turning the countryside into housing estates and golf courses or intensively farming it to exclude any wild places or food sources that are of no use to man.


I bet any money you're sinlge, lol.......you should get out and meeting people, as opposed to trying to attract more feathered friends with your fat balls.
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Don't be a jerk Gball - there's absolutely no need for stupid comments like that!
#12
Gball
macliam
Gball
wiffles
i like to eat my local wood pigeons
haha, made me laugh.I was just wondering, do people actually buy food for wild birds like sparrows and crows etc? I might throw them out any old bread and what have you, but to go spend a tenner on bird food seems crazy to me. No wonder they die in winter, we make them soft by over feeding them, they should be able to find their own food.
Hmmmm .... that's an interesting view. Maybe we should apply it to humans too .... getting soft having doctors etc. to fix them up when they're illl ....let 'em die! If the birds eat your bit of stale bread, they must need it because I don't think it forms the natural diet of any species.I buy bird food - though not as expensive as this. I buy 25kg sacks for £11 from my local shop and it all goes, different birds eat different things. I also buy peaniuts, fat balls and the occasional mealworms or other speciality when they're on offer. As a result I have a garden full of birds, have Robins who nest every year and this year had a Wren rear a brood just outside my kitchen window. I think it's a small price to pay. The reason birds die in the winter is because selfish morons are taking away all the places that they used to get food and turning the countryside into housing estates and golf courses or intensively farming it to exclude any wild places or food sources that are of no use to man.
I bet any money you're sinlge, lol.......you should get out and meeting people, as opposed to trying to attract more feathered friends with your fat balls.
Well, strangely, dork, it's my wife of 21 years who enjoys the birds in our garden most, as I tend to be at work most of the day during the week. So how many other stupid, snide opinions would you care to put forward? I'm sure your friends must love you!!
#13
yes if the planet and the human race are to survive the current overpopulation explosion then millions of us need to die too ... there will still be plenty of pigeons though

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