Robin Ready Bird Food
- Specially formulated for Robins
- Kibbled to suit their smaller beaks
- For all year feeding
Robin Ready promises a sumptuous selection of meaty mealworms, sunflower hearts and kibbled peanuts to match the demands of this characterful bird.
Robins are well known for their territorial tendencies but often miss out with mixes that contain harsh husks too big for their small beaks to break into. With this mix, we’ve made sure to break up our bigger seeds into easy-to-eat chunks for one of the bird world’s smallest beaks. Fill up a feeder or place some of this special mix on the ground to attract those rambunctious robins.
Most of our food products contain nuts or traces of nuts and are made in an environment that handles nuts. Because of this, we do not recommend that you handle any of our bird food products if you have a nut allergy.
Groats is the name for oats that have had their husk removed. Removing this extra layer helps birds to digest less of the stuff they don't need, such as chaff, and more of the stuff they do - like wholesome oats. For the same reasons we enjoy them in our own breakfast, oats provide slow release energy that allows wild birds to maintain their weight and manage their energy levels - keeping them fuller for longer.
White Millet is a tiny seed that is favoured by small birds and ground feeders. Although it is small in size it certainly packs a punch as it is full of slow release carbohydrate. This small seed can be easily missed by bigger birds, which is why it's great to have in a mix to make sure that everyone gets a balanced feed!
Pinhead oatmeal, although small in appearance to you and me, is packed with good fats and rich oils making them a very tasty snack for a wide variety of birds. The 'pinhead' here refers to the oats being chopped up into manageable mouthfuls for little beaks. Pinhead oatmeal is particularly popular with ground feeders who like to enjoy their meals in peace without the threat of bigger bills butting in!
Sunflower hearts are a go-to for easy-to-access nutrition for smaller billed birds. Sunflower hearts are huskless striped sunflower, so this mean less mess for you and more food for your wild birds. Full of fat and oil, these seeds offer a no fuss, no mess feed for your smallest and most discerning 'customers'!
If you're used to feeding birds, then you'll know that Niger is as close to a wild bird delicacy as you can get! Niger offers unrivalled levels of rich oils that can boost your little visitors activity tenfold. The protein in these tiny black seeds keeps their plumage looking its very best and can help prevent moulting, so is a firm favourite for all wild birds.
Red Millet is a great grain that provides a wide variety of vitamins and minerals to wild birds that they often miss out on. It is easy to digest for birds big and small, so will go down well with all of your guests!
As if peanuts weren't good enough on their own, mixed with suet (beef fat) and in popular pellet form - they are even more desirable and delicious! Wild birds will gravitate towards these at certain times of the year to plump up and stay energised.
Mealworms are excellent at attracting a wide variety of birds, as all can enjoy the benefits of these meaty treats. Wild birds consume insects naturally, so they are a familiar feature in their daily diet. The balance of fat, protein and fibre also helps with bird's muscle development.
When fresh fruit isn't easy to find, raisins make a welcome discovery for tired birds who need an instant energy boost. As they are high in natural sugar, wild birds will flock towards these in winter to increase their energy levels. This also helps them to gain weight and keep warm in the colder months.
Kibbled Maize is simply Maize (corn) that has been put through a process to break it up into smaller, more manageable pieces for birds to consume. Maize is great for boosting energy as it is full of filling carbohydrates and fats.
Kibbled Peanuts are peanuts blended it up into easy to eat chunks for smaller beaks. Peanuts are high in fat and oils and their calorie content makes for pleasantly healthy birds.