birdfood


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bird·food

also bird food  (bûrd′fo͞od′)
n.
Food given to birds, such as mixed seeds.
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The range is the idea of Ronnie and Lisa Robinson, who started off using dead midges collected from exterminating machines to make birdfood.
She has helped make the family garden attractive for wildlife, and helped to build a nestbox which has seen blue tits nest in it, has made birdfood and took part in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch in January.
Sunflower seed operations reported further improved results on higher margins, as birdfood prices remained strong.
He rolls baits from 12-20mm "to order" and among the flavours he can supply are birdfood, nut mix, fishmeal, pineapple, banana and strawberry.