Premium Gold Seed Blend - 2kg, 3kg, 12.55kg, 25kg and 50kg
Our signature blend, Premium Gold Seed Blend contains a fine balance of sunflower hearts, cut maize, yellow millet, conservation grade wheat, naked oats, and pinhead oats, and rapeseed oil, providing a mix that will attract the widest variety of bird species to your garden.
It’s a no-filler mix, ensuring that the garden birds in your area will leave nothing behind and will roost well-nourished and ready for more.
It’s even designed to be used year-round, and is available in five sizes from 2Kg to 25Kg.
Ingredients: Sunflower Hearts, Conservation Grade Wheat, Cut Maize, Yellow Millet, Conservation Grade Naked Oats, Conservation Grade Pinhead Oats and Rapeseed Oil.
- Aquired taste
Quality Price ValueAquired taste Some of my customers are not so keen on this selection but I think it may be the range of birds I get in my area but a nice seed and would buy again Silver Surfer 18-05/26
- Great value
Quality Price ValueGreat value Value and Free delivery Flyer 18-05/08
- Very good
Quality Price ValueVery good Very pleased. Quick delivery. Birds love them,especially tits Christine 18-04/15
- Pure Gold.
Quality Price ValuePure Gold. The birds love this mix; all eaten by the end of the day and no mess. Lisa 18-03/17
- Top class.
Quality Price ValueTop class. Gold medal for this seed blend Alfred 18-02/07
- great seed
Quality Price Valuegreat seed best of all the blends I've tried! Robber 17-12/05
- Will buy again
Quality Price ValueWill buy again A very good seed mix. The birds are happy with it Emma 17-10/30
- Better than Ultiva Gold
Quality Price ValueBetter than Ultiva Gold I used to buy the Ultiva Gold mix from Garden Bird Supplies but this is better and cheaper. I am so glad I found this company. Margaret 17-10/16
Quality Price ValueQuality Very clean, premium bird food Sarah 17-07/30
- Truly Premium Bird Food and a fair price.
Quality Price ValueTruly Premium Bird Food and a fair price. Top quality product at a very good price. I can't keep up with how much the birds are consuming! SwallowsandAmazons 17-07/02