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Green Valley Wildbird Mix

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Green Valley Wild Bird Mix: A Feast for Feathered Friends

Green Valley presents Wild Bird Mix – an enticing blend of natural seeds and oils crafted to attract a myriad of beautiful birds to your garden.

Key Features:

  • Nature's Bounty in Every Bite: Packed with black sunflower, oats, whole maize, sorghum, wheat, and vegetable oil, Green Valley Wild Bird Mix offers a delectable assortment that birds find irresistible. Create a welcoming space for diverse bird species to gather and indulge.
  • Garden Beauty Unleashed: Watch your garden come alive as vibrant and melodious birds flock to savour this premium mix. 
  • Nutritional Goodness: Green Valley emphasizes the importance of providing a snack that goes beyond taste – one that contributes to the well-being of your feathered guests. The blend is carefully curated to offer both a delightful treat and essential nutrients.
  • Simple Ingredients, Maximum Appeal: With a straightforward composition of natural seeds and oils, Green Valley Wild Bird Mix ensures that birds receive a nourishing and enjoyable experience. No unnecessary additives – just pure goodness for your garden visitors.

Bring the joy of birdwatching closer to home with Green Valley Wild Bird Mix. Create a haven for feathered friends and revel in the beauty, colours, and melodies that this premium blend brings to your garden.

Please note: Due to biosecurity measures, this product cannot be imported to Western Australia or Tasmania. Buyers are solely responsible for any duties, customs fees, or fines incurred. Brookies Rural Traders holds no liability for charges associated with items seized or fines imposed on the importer for the importation of these products. Should it be intercepted or confiscated at the border, Brookies Rural Traders will not provide a refund or replacement. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Western Australia Biosecurity and Agriculture Management Act 2007

Tasmania Biosecurity Act 2019