Five star bird food

If you want one bird food to attract the widest range of birds all year round, then choose the new Richard Jackson's Premium Bird Food.

Richard Jackson's Bird Food has been re-formulated and is better than ever!
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Choosing the right bird food to feed to your featured friends used to be a fine art until now. The new Richard Jackson’s Premium Bird Food supplies everything that your garden birds need all year round in one high-energy, no-waste formulation.

Top quality ingredients

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Give the birds in your garden a treat with Richard Jackson’s Bird Food. Image: Martin Mulchinock

There are so many different blends and brands to choose from and while they may look good, like most things, you can’t really tell until you start to use them. Once you start feeding your garden birds with this exceptional mix, your feeders will be magnets for the huge variety of birds that feed in your neighbourhood. It’s designed to attract a wider range of birds to the garden all year round and to feed them better.

Your feathered friends will flock to your feeders creating a fabulous soap opera of antics and acrobatic feats as they feed. It’s a fantastic sight and as the birds become accustomed to your gourmet offering, more species will be attracted to your garden.

Different birds have different nutritional needs. You can actually buy special mixes for specific birds and different foods for different times of the year, but it can be confusing.

“Many bird foods are packed with cheap fillers, such as wheat,” says gardening expert Richard Jackson. “The RSPB suggests that wheat grains are really only suitable for pigeons, so that means the other garden birds are missing out.”

“I wanted one food to attract the widest range of birds all year round and I wanted it to be really good for them, providing high energy for minimum effort,” explains Richard. “In winter this is really crucial because small birds need to quickly replenish lost energy and can spend 85% of daylight hours feeding just to survive.”

Expert blend

Richard Jackson's Bird Food
Richard Jackson’s Bird Food is better than ever!

Richard approached the leading bird food experts in Europe who helped formulate this very special blend. Richard’s highly acclaimed High Energy Bird Food is now better than ever. Formulated to attract the widest range of birds to the garden possible and to feed them better, it contains up to four times the amount of energy compared with standard bird foods. “This is crucial,” Richard explains, “especially in the winter when blue tits, for instance, need to consume up to 30% of their body weight in food every day in winter just to survive.” This special mix of seeds is designed to appeal to different size birds, with different size bills, and the thirteen quality ingredients are chosen for their oil, protein, vitamin and energy levels.

It’s also 100% free of wheat flakes, a cheap filler used in many bird foods that has virtually no nutritional benefit and it is a no waste mix ensuring that every morsel is eaten by and supports your garden birds.

For 2017 the already unrivalled recipe contains several extra ingredients, including more energy rich sunflower hearts, which all birds love as well as protein rich dried mealworms that mimic the natural food that many insectivorous birds such as robins, need to survive. The new formulation now contains 13 different seeds, grains and suet and is considered by many to be the very best bird food that you can buy.

The new 12.75kg pack launched this month, contains top quality bird food and costs £33.50, but look out for the QVC TSV offer on January 7 offering A ONE-DAY ONLY special 14kg pack at an unbelievable price of just £23.98. “It’s our best value Bird Food TSV ever,” says Richard. “And it’s also available on auto-delivery at the TSV price, for up to four more deliveries 60 days apart, so it’s the perfect chance to stock up for the whole year and feed your garden birds all season long.”

Jean Vernon

About Jean Vernon

Jean Vernon is a slightly quirky, bee friendly, alternative gardener. She doesn’t follow the rules and likes to push the boundaries a bit just to see what happens. She has a fascination for odd plants, especially edibles and a keen interest in growing for pollinators especially bees. She’s rather obsessed with the little buzzers. Telegraph Gardening Correspondent, mostly testing and trialing products and Editor-In-Chief for Richard Jackson’s Garden.
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