Peckish Extra Goodness Nuggets 1kg

£4.99
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Weight: 1000.0 g

Peckish Extra Goodness Nuggets are made with a unique blend of nutritious ingredients. Helping fuel birds for longer.

Each nugget is packed full of suet, peanut and mealworms

30% oil content

Perfect for little beaks

High in protein

Made with added Calvita Vitamin Mix

Includes:

CAROTENOIDS – Develops feather colour and protects from sunlight damage

CALCIUM – Promotes bone & feather growth and essential for egg production

VITAMINS A,D,E & BIOTIN – Strengthens beaks & bones and helps growth & reproduction

Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Beef Tallow, Ground Wheat, Calcium Carbonate, Peanut Flour, Red Millet, Black Rapeseed, Linseed, Mealworm

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
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Lynda (Heathfield, GB)
Excellent

The birds in my garden absolutely love these nuggets good value product

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Birdie (Bolton, GB)
Top class

Birds love them
Fantastic service along with mealworms delivered next day!

L
Lisa Cake (Southampton, GB)
Don’t last long!

These soft juicy looking nuggets do not last long in our garden. The starlings can’t get enough and fight each other to get positioned on the feeder to get their share! Sparrows and blackbirds seem to like these too. (Blackbirds when small bits have dropped on the floor underneath the feeder).

J
Jim Grover (Camden, GB)
The blackbirds are keen.

Intended to save these for when the tits came back, but the blackbirds are keen too.

M
Matt Redmayne (Brighton, GB)

Birds love them

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
92%
(12)
8%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
L
Lynda (Heathfield, GB)
Excellent

The birds in my garden absolutely love these nuggets good value product

B
Birdie (Bolton, GB)
Top class

Birds love them
Fantastic service along with mealworms delivered next day!

L
Lisa Cake (Southampton, GB)
Don’t last long!

These soft juicy looking nuggets do not last long in our garden. The starlings can’t get enough and fight each other to get positioned on the feeder to get their share! Sparrows and blackbirds seem to like these too. (Blackbirds when small bits have dropped on the floor underneath the feeder).

J
Jim Grover (Camden, GB)
The blackbirds are keen.

Intended to save these for when the tits came back, but the blackbirds are keen too.

M
Matt Redmayne (Brighton, GB)

Birds love them