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Wild Things Hedgehog Food

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    Wild Things Hedgehog Food
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    • Support your local hedgehog population
    • Specially formulated for our spiky visitors
    • A blend of dried fruit, peanut nibs and meat meal for healthy hedgies
    DESCRIPTION
    Hedgehogs are great for your garden; make your garden great for them too by leaving out some delicious, specially created Wild Things Hedgehog Food!

    Full of nutritious fruit, vitamins and minerals, plus plenty of protein-rich meat meal, this formula is well balanced to promote health and prosperity in the hedgehog population.

    Fill a shallow dish with food and be sure to provide some clean drinking water to turn your garden into a hedgehog hotspot.

    2kg bag. Ingredients: wheat, poultry meat meal, beef meat meal, wheat feed, banana, raisins, peanut nibs, maize, poultry oil, minerals and vitamins, EC permitted preservatives. Typical analysis: protein 22%/oil 14%/fibre 3.5%/crude ash 8%.

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    Product Review
    Hedgehog Food
    Excellent product, hedgehogs love it, but the dog and cat do not, already have a family visiting every night and Sat 29th Sept had a hoglet in the garden looking for food in the middle of the day, I was so pleased, so the food really does work.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Sue Morcumb
    Service Review
    Service excellent, delivered on time and in very good packaging, no damage whatsoever and everything was well protected
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Sue Morcumb
    Product Review
    Wild Things Hedgehog food
    This was greeted with suspicion at first, as I have been feeding them cat food, but they soon got stuck into it. The banana chips are on the large side for hedgehogs, so I broke them up. Just a reminder, if you see a hedgehog out during the day, it’s in trouble, especially a youngster. They are nocturnal. It needs taking in and looked after, and a rescue centre contacted for advice.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Mo
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