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These highly nutritious and oil-rich sunflower hearts for wild birds come without the husks of complete sunflower seeds. With the husks removed the sunflower heart (kernel) are the perfect feed to place in seed feeders or specifically designed sunflower feeders to hang from a feeding station. The good news is that with the husks removed, the birds will eat the whole seed normally leaving minimal mess though at times you can’t always legislate for the odd messy eater!
As a natural product the size of the hearts can vary based on the weather through growing season. A small percentage of chips may be included in your bag, these are loved by smaller birds.
Which Birds Love Sunflower Hearts?
Some of the birds that love our Sunflower Hearts include, but isn't limited to:
Blackbird, Blue tit, Chaffinch, Dunnock, Goldfinch, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Great Tit, Greenfinch, House Sparrow, Long-tailed Tit, Nuthatch, Robin, Collared Dove, Starling, Wood Pigeon.
How To Feed Sunflower Hearts
Ideally used with compatible seed feeders, these highly diverse sunflower hearts can be scattered on the ground or on the top of bird tables to maximise the amount of different bird species to your garden. An absolute favourite of finches and tits.
We recommend the following feeders for use with Sunflower Hearts:
What Does 'Bakery Grade' Mean
Although these sunflower hearts are classified as 'bakery grade', they aren't suitable for human consumption. Bakery grade, in this instance, means our sunflower hearts have the highest possible oil content, which is produced by the black sunflower seed.
We would always recommend you store your bird food in an air tight container and in a cool dry place to ensure that it remains fresh up until the best before date.
This product was previously called 'Premium Sunflower Heart Kernels'. The only change is the name, they are identical and nothing about them has changed except for the name.
Sunflower Hearts are also known as sunflower kernels and sunflower seeds.
*Our 25kg sunflower heart sacks and 50kg sunflower heart sacks are delivered as 2x 12.55kg, or 4x 12.55kg sacks, meaning you get more seed for your money.