Duck & Swan Food
There is something really special about feeding the swans and ducks at the local park or lake. If you are visiting with children or grandchildren, they will love it and this is often a young child’s first encounter with wild birds. You may even be lucky enough to have ducks who visit you in your garden. We have an excellent selection of duck food for you to choose from.Read More
Our Duck & Swan Floating Food and Duck and Goose Pellets are designed to help British wildlife and waterfowl by complementing their natural diet with a nourishing supplementary food. By feeding our carefully-prepared and nutritionally-balanced duck food in small amounts, you are helping the bird’s well-being. This is especially important during times of natural food shortage, such as winter, early spring and during the breeding season.
Can ducks and swans eat bread?
Feeding large quantities of bread or mouldy bread on inland waterways is harmful to ducks and swans, along with all waterfowl. It has little nutritional value to the birds, who can fill themselves up on it, rather than other food which offers more nutritional value. Feeding ducks bread can also increase the spread of disease. It can also lead to greater algae growth, which can clog waterways, crowd out more desirable plants and eventually eliminate fish and other natural life.
Our swan and duck food will boost birds’ health
All our swan and duck food has been designed to complement all waterfowls’ dietary needs and encourage natural feeding patterns. It is 100 percent natural and fortified with fibre, oils, vitamins and minerals to help boost the birds’ immunity and general health.
The balanced protein level promotes strong growth, successful breeding and feather condition throughout the moult. Our duck and swan food also floats and holds its shape to allow feeding over a longer period.