Peckish Daily Goodness Nurturing Nuggets are made with a unique blend of nutritious ingredients. Helping fuel birds for longer.
All ingredients are selected and prepared to be small, soft and easy to eat for small and young birds.
Our Nurturing Nuggets are packed with suet, peanuts and mealworms, making them high in energy and protein.
Enriched with our unique blend of vitamins and nutrients that garden birds need to stay healthy. Calvita 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
***Best used with our Peckish Daily Goodness Nugget feeder
• Dunnock • Robin • House Sparrow • Long Tailed Tit • Goldfinch • Bullfinch • Blue Tit • Great Tit • Chaffinch • Greenfinch • Coal Tit • Song Thrush and many more!
We recommend using these nuggets in a Daily Goodness nugget feeder, they can also be used in peanut & energy ball feeders depending on the size of the mesh or wire frame. To use, simply tear open the bag and pour the nuggets into a feeder. To feed on bird tables scatter the nuggets across the table.
Site your feeder 2 metres from cover to make the feeder visible, whilst providing a safe place to retreat. Put out food at the start of the day to ensure that birds can replace the energy they have lost overnight. Also suitable for feeding on tables and the ground.
Always ensure garden birds have plenty of fresh clean water for drinking and bathing • Clean feeding and drinking areas regularly with a mild disinfectant • Keep food fresh and dry, removing any wet food to prevent the spread of bacteria and diseases
• Not suitable for human consumption • Contains nuts • Keep packaging away from children to avoid suffocation • Store in a cool dry place • Best used within 3 months of opening
• Wheat Flour, Beef Tallow, Ground Wheat, Calcium Carbonate, Peanut Flour, Red Millet, Black Rapeseed, Linseed, Mealworm. A complementary feed for wild birds
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