Supa Ltd launches new range of wild bird care products

by | Jan 9, 2020 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

Supa

Supa Ltd has launched a new range of wildlife products. The range includes a Robin & Small Bird Feeder, a Wild Bird Water Drinker and a Wild Bird Seed Hopper Feeder.

 
The Supa Robin & Small Wild Bird Feeder is a durable plastic dome feeder. It’s adjustable to deter large birds like pigeons from feeding. The feeder is ideal for feeding seed, sunflower hearts, suet pellets and mealworms. The feeder, with an RRP of £2.99, is versatile. It can hang anywhere in a garden, from a feeding station, tree hook or tree branch.
 
The Supa Wild Bird Water Drinker is easy to fill. It works by gravity; the water reservoir keeps the drinking dish full. It has an RRP of £6.49.
 
The Supa Wild Bird Hopper Feeder, allows many birds to feed at the same time. The locking roof clips to the body of the feeder. This prevents water ingress and deters squirrels. It’s easy to fill and clean. Royal blue in colour, the feeder (RRP £6.49) could become a focal point in any garden.
 
Supa Ltd produces innovative products. It has picked up New Product Awards at PATS trade shows in recent years.
 
It’s a well known name in fish keeping circles. The company’s portfolio has a fast expanding range of small animal and cage bird products.
 
Supa has developed from humble beginnings to a multi-million pound turnover business. It follows a simple philosophy of listening to its customers. It develops products with flair and innovation. It also provides quality products that offer real value for money.
 
The British company is proud of the fact that the majority of the products it produces are manufactured at its factory in Sheffield. They are made from good quality raw materials. This fact has enabled Supa to maintain the highest standards of quality.

more latest news ➡

BOT shows catering performing well

Clothing and catering strong in April’s BoT figures

The Garden Centre Association’s (GCA) Barometer of Trade (BoT) for April is out and shows clothing and catering leading the way when compared to the same month last year. There was also a positive, 3.77%, year-to-date variance, but 10 of the 13 categories recorded...

Hozelock auto reel mobile

Hozelock unveils ground-breaking automatic hose system

The demands of modern gardening have evolved as consumers search for more convenient and efficient methods for an array of tasks, from planting and pruning to garden watering. This year, Hozelock has expanded its’ extensive hose storage offering with the launch of...

Squire's achieves peat free milestone

Squire’s achieves peat free milestone

Squire’s Garden Centres has confirmed that it no longer sells any bagged compost containing peat. The UK government proposed to ban the sale of bagged compost containing peat to home gardeners in England by the end of 2024. Although the ban is not yet in force,...

Horticultural manager wanted

Opportunity for horticultural manager

A garden centre in the Ipswich area is looking for a new horticultural manager to run the plant area. The new recruit will lead and develop a small team whilst enjoying the freedom to make decisions. Garden Centre Horticultural Manager £32 – 35,000 + Package &...

2024 GIMA Awards judges announced

GIMA Awards 2024 judges announced

As the gardening season gets underway in earnest, the team at GIMA are looking ahead to November when the winners of the 2024 GIMA Awards will be announced. But first, the judges need to deliberate. Here, GIMA reveals who will be making the tough decisions this...

Boost bacK for TV advertising campaign in Spring

Boost back on TV this Spring

Boost, the All-Purpose Liquid Plant Feed from Westland Horticulture, is back on TV this April in the UK and ROI, driving awareness and preference ahead of the peak season. Following the success of Boost, which is the fastest growing* plant food on the market,...

Read GCR's latest edition!

Subscribe ToThe Wednesday Word

Subscribe To
The Wednesday Word

 

Get all the latest news, events & more straight to your inbox every Wednesday.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This