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Farmer Phil's British Mix

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Farmer Phil's British Mix

This birdfeed is not just designed for British Birds (although it is perfect for them), no, this is British Mix because it's grown in British fields by Farmer Phil and some of his friends.



There is no compromise on quality, it includes Phil's special, high protein, Indigo wheat plus unrolled oats, black sunflower seeds, rape seeds, millet, linseed, canary seed and a little oyster grit. For year round use.



Made in Britain: Lots of birdfoods cant be grown here (think peanuts for one) This mix is grown by Farmer Phil and his friends.



Cost effective: Less transport, home grown = value for money.



In addition to Farmer Phil's Indigo Wheat, this is how some of the other ingredients benefit your birds:


Black Sunflowers; : Thinner shells so preferred by the birds over their striped relations, although this does make them more expensive to produce,


White Millet; A small white seed, favoured by both tree and house sparrows, reed buntings, finches and tits, siskins and wrens. It is far superior to the red variety, as it has a thin hull, so is easy for these small birds to eat.


Black Rape; A small black seed, usually grown for its high oil content, very high in protein, known by farmers as 'Black Gold'!


Linseed; Has a very high oil content, keeps birds, especially their feathers, in tip-top condition. Linseed is particularly beneficial when birds are laying or moulting, and is enjoyed by all, but in particular, the yellowhammer, whose population is currently in decline,


Canary Seed; These are super fine, and as their name suggests, are favoured by all of the smaller birds,


and Oyster Grit; A very valuable addition to any birds diet, it enables them to efficiently grind food in their gizzard and improve their digestion of vital nutrients. It also helps to improve the quality of their eggshells.


Why buy your Birdfood from Wiggly Wigglers


With all of our experience we really do know what your birdees like best - Our birdfood mixes have been put together to get the best possible outcome for you and your garden birds!



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This birdfeed is not just designed for British Birds (although it is perfect for them), no, this is British Mix because it's grown in British fields by Farmer Phil and some of his friends.

There is no compromise on quality, it includes Phil's special, high protein, Indigo wheat plus unrolled oats, black sunflower seeds, rape seeds, millet, linseed, canary seed and a little oyster grit. For year round use.

Made in Britain: Lots of birdfoods cant be grown here (think peanuts for one) This mix is grown by Farmer Phil and his friends.

Cost effective: Less transport, home grown = value for money.

In addition to Farmer Phil's Indigo Wheat, this is how some of the other ingredients benefit your birds:

Black Sunflowers; : Thinner shells so preferred by the birds over their striped relations, although this does make them more expensive to produce,

White Millet; A small white seed, favoured by both tree and house sparrows, reed buntings, finches and tits, siskins and wrens. It is far superior to the red variety, as it has a thin hull, so is easy for these small birds to eat.

Black Rape; A small black seed, usually grown for its high oil content, very high in protein, known by farmers as 'Black Gold'!

Linseed; Has a very high oil content, keeps birds, especially their feathers, in tip-top condition. Linseed is particularly beneficial when birds are laying or moulting, and is enjoyed by all, but in particular, the yellowhammer, whose population is currently in decline,

Canary Seed; These are super fine, and as their name suggests, are favoured by all of the smaller birds,

and Oyster Grit; A very valuable addition to any birds diet, it enables them to efficiently grind food in their gizzard and improve their digestion of vital nutrients. It also helps to improve the quality of their eggshells.

Why buy your Birdfood from Wiggly Wigglers

With all of our experience we really do know what your birdees like best - Our birdfood mixes have been put together to get the best possible outcome for you and your garden birds!

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A wonderful product Review by Ledbury26
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All the birds from the woods at the bottom of my garden love this product (and the squirrels too!). Sparrows, nuthatches, tits, finches, hedge sparrows and robins all appear as soon as I've filled the feeder. The larger birds (magpies, pigeons, black birds, woodpeckers) take the fallen seeds from the ground. I've just ordered a lot more! (Posted on 02/12/2015)
I bought a 3 Kg bag of British mix to fill my small feeder Review by Allyson Lloyd
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I bought a 3 Kg bag of British mix to fill my small feeder , as a compliment to Wiggly seed extra in my large one. Maybe I've got particularly patriotic sparrows but they empty the British seed mix daily and I'm going to have to swap my feeders over. I will be buying bigger bags from now on. Give it a go if you have sparrows and other small birds, they really seem to love it.
(Posted on 23/11/2012)
The sparrows really love this. Review by Kara
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The sparrows really love this. I used to fill up the feeder once every two days and now I have to fill it twice a day!
(Posted on 23/11/2012)
Bought the big bag and will soon have to order more. Review by Angela
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Bought the big bag and will soon have to order more. No change to the type of birds in the garden but the sparrows absolutely LOVE this as do the starlings. Bought an extra big feeder but it's empty by the end of the day - sometimes it barely lasts the day. Got some pretty plants under the feeder as a by-product of the birds being messy eaters and the birds have been stripping the self sown barley and other grains too. The best bird seed I've come across yet - and it's British :o)
(Posted on 23/11/2012)
This mix has gone down a treat! Review by Laura
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This mix has gone down a treat! deosn't seem to hang around long.
(Posted on 23/11/2012)
I'm very happy and the brids are too Review by Sally Walton
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I'm very happy and the brids are too. They tweet about it the minute they see me in the garden.
Farmer Phil is trending on my apple tree. (Posted on 23/11/2012)