Split Peanuts

Split Peanuts
Split Peanuts
£3.50 Out Of Stock

Introducing the wonky veg of bird food! Split peanuts are a great alternative to whole peanuts, they are cheaper, create less mess as the shells have been removed and the birds love them just as much! Available in bag sizes from 1.5kg to 20kg.

Split peanuts are a cheaper alternative to whole peanuts with the same high quality. Split peanuts contain high levels of essential fat, fibre and protein. Peanuts contain up to 50% oil making them a great energy source for wild birds throughout the year.

Our split peanuts have had the shell removed therefore leaving less mess in your garden and allowing the wild birds to access the flesh of the peanut more easily. Peanuts are a traditional favourite with tits, finches, nuthatch and woodpeckers.

Please note there may still be a small amount of whole peanuts in the bag.

We ensure all our peanuts are Aflatoxin tested for the safety of your wild birds.

Enjoyed By:

Blue Tit, Bullfinch, Chaffinch, Coal Tit, Goldfinch, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Great Tit, Greenfinch, House Sparrow, Jackdaw, Long Tailed Tit, Nuthatch, Siskin, Starling

Feeder Style:

Ground, Bird Table, Hanging Feeder

Suitable for all year round feeding.

We advise feeding split peanuts in a mesh feeder during the breeding season to ensure the safety of young birds.

Size £/kg Price * Saving
1.5kg - Out of Stock £2.33 3.50 £0.00
3kg - Out of Stock £2.00 6.00 £0.99
5kg - Out of Stock £1.80 9.00 £2.65
15kg (3x 5kg) - Out of Stock £1.53 23.00 £12.00
15kg Paper Sack - Out of Stock £1.53 23.00 £12.00
20kg (4x 5kg) - Out of Stock £1.45 29.00 £17.60
20kg Paper Sack - Out of Stock £1.45 29.00 £17.60

* Savings are based on the first row being the base £/kg price

Quality:
Service:
"Good feed" - Sue Storey
Our feathered visitors like these nuts above all others. In fact they seem to go crazy for them. Best value for money, because the birds love them, hence no wastage
11th January 2021
Quality:
Service:
"Nuts" - Keith/Mary
Great service, quick delivery and the birds love them
11th January 2021
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