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Hedgehog Mix

Our hedgehog mix is made up from Peanut granules, dried mealworms & raisins so makes good all round food for hungry hedgehogs. You can use tinned dog and cat food but in a natural diet 70% of their diet comprises of insects, beetles worms and some slugs and snails so feeding live mealworms and waxworms is also a really good idea.


Why buy your Birdfood from Wiggly Wigglers


You will be supporting a family farm in Herefordshire which in turn invests in the wildlife and environment in a variety of ways including hedge planting, birdboxes and lots lots more

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£24.25
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Our hedgehog mix is made up from Peanut granules, dried mealworms & raisins so makes good all round food for hungry hedgehogs. You can use tinned dog and cat food but in a natural diet 70% of their diet comprises of insects, beetles worms and some slugs and snails so feeding live mealworms and waxworms is also a really good idea.

Why buy your Birdfood from Wiggly Wigglers

You will be supporting a family farm in Herefordshire which in turn invests in the wildlife and environment in a variety of ways including hedge planting, birdboxes and lots lots more

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Customer Reviews

Not good for our plants, but the hedgehogs are happy. Review by Andrea
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Several hedgehogs visit our garden and make straight for this food, ignoring slugs and snails on the way. Not good for our plants, but the hedgehogs are happy. Another bonus is that on the rare occasions there's food left over, the blackbird finishes it off!
(Posted on 12/12/2012)
We have three hedgehogs that visit everynight Review by Claire
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We have three hedgehogs that visit everynight, but now we are out of food...............
(Posted on 12/12/2012)
I have been feeding a hedgehog regularly for the last 3 weeks as it had found my bird feeding station and was regularly rooting around Review by Sarah
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I have been feeding a hedgehog regularly for the last 3 weeks as it had found my bird feeding station and was regularly rooting around. I tentatively bought a bag of Hedgehog Mix but was really very pleased when the hedgehog scoffed an entire bowlful night after night. I now put out a combination of this mix and a few live mealworms and it's always all gone. It is very satisfying to think that I am helping this hedgehog fatten up ready for hibernation! It is really important to help feed hedgehogs at this time of year by leaving them some suitable food and a drink of water. Contrary to popular opinion, hedgehogs eat mainly beetles, rather than slugs and snails anyway so no real difference to the garden! Anyway, I highly recommend this product!
(Posted on 12/12/2012)
blackbird will happily clean up for us in the morning. Review by Tracy
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I'm not 100% sure what it is that visits at night to eat the food, but whatever it is regularly snorks down all but a dusting of peanut crumble, which the blackbird will happily clean up for us in the morning.
The blackbird has asked me to tell you though that it needs more sunflower hearts, which - next to the worm fragments - are his favourite bit. (Posted on 12/12/2012)
This is definitlely the best food I have tried. Review by Doreen Brand
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We have at least 3 hedgehogs that visit every night.I put out two bowls with added extra mealworms and water in different places, I often have to refill them during the evening. This is definitlely the best food I have tried.
(Posted on 12/12/2012)
Never mind the hedgehogs, try it on the birds! Review by Catherine Ford
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Never mind the hedgehogs, try it on the birds!
I do not get many clients of the mammal kind, but lots of feathered ones. (Posted on 12/12/2012)
I started putting Wiggly Hedgehog mix out (garnished with extra dried mealworms) and was amazed how popular it was Review by Best hedgehog food
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I started putting Wiggly Hedgehog mix out (garnished with extra dried mealworms) and was amazed how popular it was. Now I put it in two bowls at different sites in the garden alongside bowls of water. Every morning I find empty food bowls and messy water bowls with bits of heldghog mix in them. Hopefully this will help fatten them up for the winter hibernation.
(Posted on 12/12/2012)