5 Affordable Peanut Feeds You Need For Your Birds
Here at Farm and Pet Place we have lots of products containing Peanuts available for Wild Birds! Let’s take a look at the Bird Food Peanuts products we have in stock on our website.
One of our most popular products is the 20kg Peanuts. One bag is £29.99 but as a part of our special offer if you buy two bags you only pay £54.99!
To lessen the risk of a choking hazard for young birds and hatchlings during the breeding season, peanuts should be fed from a peanut feeder. It is also suitable for the peanuts to be fed from a bird table or any suitable surface outside e.g. the ground. It is also important not too leave out too many peanuts at once in the summer as the warm weather makes them go rancid and this can make the birds ill.
You can buy a bag of Dr Green Peanuts for £1.99 or alternatively a 13kg bag for £22.99. If you buy two 13kg bags you are eligible for free delivery!
The product needs to be kept in a dry, cool place.
These peanuts also need to crushed be fed from a peanut feed when it is breeding season and too many peanuts left out at once can go rancid in warm weather so please be aware.
Peanuts are popular with different breeds of birds including tits, greenfinches, house sparrows, nuthatches, great spotted woodpeckers and siskins.
These peanuts can also attract Robins and Dunnocks if you crush the peanuts up.
These are suitable for your Wild and Garden Birds. Birds can snack on these on a Bird table or a hanging suet feeder all year round! An interesting alternative to regular peanuts. These are £0.99 each so get them while you can!
These Split Peanuts are ideal for young garden birds as they are halved, so there is less of a risk of choking. These bags are £22.99 each and if you buy two bags you get free delivery.
You can serve these on their own or you can mix them with other seeds such as sunflower seeds. You can even put them in the same feeders as sunflower seeds. Similar to other peanuts, don’t put too many out at once in warm weather or they could go rancid.
There are lots of peanuts in this mix making it a good source of protein for birds. One bag is £12.79. Buy two bags and you are eligible for free delivery! The peanuts are in kibbled form and can be put in small feeders and there is less of a risk for choking with small birds!
In this mix are peanuts – a high source of protein and essential oils, Wheat, kibbled Maize, Red dari, Kibbled seeds and Black Sunflower seeds.
Like all other peanut mixes this is suitable to be fed from feeders and bird tables.
Those are all of our products that contain Peanuts for Wild Birds! Take advantage of our great offers and prices and treat your garden birds today!
If you want more information about feeding peanuts to your Wild Birds then read our guide here.
Questions and facts
What Birds tend to eat Peanuts?
Most species! However Peanuts have proven to be popular with the following: Tits, Greenfinches, House Sparrows, Nuthatches, Great Spotted Woodpeckers and Siskins. Robins and Dunnocks will be attracted to the split peanuts or regular sized Peanuts when crushed.
Should I feed Peanuts to birds during the Breeding season?
Regular sized peanuts should be crushed and split peanuts are fine to eat. The size of regular sized peanuts is a hazard to young birds and hatchlings and there is a high risk of choking. At any time please refrain from using nylon mesh bags as birds feet can get trapped in them.
IMPORTANT: In the Summer don’t put out too many Peanuts, as warm weather can make the Peanuts go rancid. Rancid Peanuts can make your birds ill.
Looking for feeders? Here are some of the extensive range of feeders we have in our online store.