Black Sunflower Seed

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Black Sunflower Seed

Our black sunflower seeds are packed with oils and protein making them a year round alternative to peanuts, but at a significantly lower cost as they don't need to be shipped from Africa, which is also great from a foodmiles point of view.

3kg - £6.25
6kg - £11.50
12.55kg - £20
25kg - £33.95
50kg - £63.50
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Our black sunflower seeds are packed with oils and protein making them a year round alternative to peanuts, but at a significantly lower cost as they don't need to be shipped from Africa, which is also great from a foodmiles point of view.

Harvested from Sunflowers grown here on the farm by Farmer Phil, sunflowers are a great all round wild birdfood.

Black Sunflower seeds have much thinner shells so preferred by the birds over their striped relations… they also have a larger kernel than the striped so are better value.

Why buy your Birdfood from Wiggly Wigglers

Where possible we source our seeds and feeds as near to the farm as possible (please note we can't grow peanuts :) #birdfoodmiles

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Good stuff Review by Charlotte
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I like buying from Wiggly Wigglers. Their seeds and peanuts are always great quality and there never seem to be delivery problems. The birds seem to like them too - better nip out and fill up ... again!
Birds Love the Black Sunflower Seed! Review by Nick Martin
Dear Wigglys,

Thank you so much for the black sunflower seeds you sent me. The results are fantastic! I used to put out a mixed seed variety but when I saw how much seed was being thrown away by the birds I was a bit miffed at just how fussy they can be.

Now my three hanging feeders hold just your black sunflower seeds and the birds just love it. “The proof of the pudding is in the eating”, as they say, and they are so right! I have never had so many birds in my garden.

The blue tits dive onto the feeders when they feel they’re not going to be bullied by the green finches. The great tits and coal tits squabble over who’s going to which opening. Even the gold finches aren’t scared away by the others and although I used to use one feeder for Nijer seed, they love the sunflowers so much I’ve stopped putting that out now. I’m getting more chaffinches than I ever had and when they’re not trying to chase each other away, they’re greedily gobbling up the seeds dropped by everyone else! The dunnocks and wrens hop and bounce on the lawn. I even get house sparrows now, and they are a bird I have never had in my garden until now. Thanks

Kind regards

Nick Martin
The birds in my garden love these seeds Review by Matthew
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The birds in my garden love these seeds - I suggest you buy a large bag!
Along with wiggly seed, these are very popular Review by Sibbo
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Along with wiggly seed, these are very popular. They also attract the squirrels so I now have a squirrel feeder to try and pursuade them to leave the bird feeders alone. Word of warning... once the birds have found these seeds, you'll become very popular requiring daily replenishment and resulting in a pile of empty seed cases below!!
Extremely popular Review by Chris
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Extremely popular, my feeder needs topping up almost every day. Not convinced by your claim that they are cheaper than peanuts as most of the weight consists of husks, but I still buy them as the birds obviously prefer them.
My birds love these. Review by Gail
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My birds love these. Also, I planted some last year to grow beautiful sunflowers - very succesful.