Garden Wildlife Direct Mealworm Fat Balls (No Net)

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  • 150 Mealworm Suet Balls
    £24.99 (£0.17/Ball)
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  • 300 Mealworm Suet Balls
    £37.99 (£0.13/Ball)
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150
(£0.17/Ball)
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£24.99
300
(£0.13/Ball)
In Stock
£37.99
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Give your wild birds a treat that is packed full of high energy ingredients.
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Finally back with a brand new and improved recipe this fat balls are the ultimate treat for your wild birds, high quality suet fat balls with tasty mealworms inside.

Suet is an essential food for wild birds, providing them with instant energy when they need it most. These fat balls have a higher fat content than most in the market, containing up to 420 Kcals of energy per ball.

They are also made with quality maize flour which provides a distinctive yellow colour and importantly this means tha the balls contain Vitamin B-6, which helps birds to break down the food to get energy so it is an essential part of bird's diet. It is also a good source of antioxidant carotenoids, such as lutein and zeaxanthin.

Please note that a box weighs 12.75kg and contains approximately 150 unnetted Suet Balls, 2 boxes weigh 25.5kg and contains approximately 300 unnetted suet balls

Due to the fragile nature of fat balls and time in transit it is possible that up to 10% of the fat balls may be broken in the box. These broken balls will still attract birds and can be fed from most fat ball feeders or from a ground feeder.

Due to the high fat content of the balls, they will start to break apart in heavy rain, we do suggest keeping them in a fat ball feeder with a protective lid.

We are actively trying to reduce the amount of plastic used in our products, unfortunately due to the high fat content of the balls, fat oil can leak out and weaken the cardboard boxes used. To ensure the fat balls get to you in good condition a thin plastic liner has to be used in the 150 boxes.

Ingredients include:
Kibbled Maize, Wheat, Beef Tallow, Calcium Carbonate,Red Dari, Sunflower Seeds and Mealworms.

Type of Feeder to use:
Bird Tables, Fat Ball Feeders, Ground Feeding

Birds that you may attract with Suet Balls:
Blackbird, Blue Tit, Chaffinch, Coal Tit, Collared Dove, Dunnock, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Great Tit, Greenfinch, House Sparrow, Nuthatch, Robin, Starling, Thrush, Wood Pigeon, Wren

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    Great product Review by Fiona
    Birds loved these suet balls (Posted on 07/06/2020)
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    Birds really can’t get enough of them Review by Robert
    Bird are fussy about suet balls they either like them or don’t touch them.

    Birds love these (Posted on 30/05/2020)
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    Good Feed Item Review by Paul
    These feed balls have attracted a great variety of bird species to the feeders and the sparrow population has flourished . These are the first item that empties (Posted on 25/05/2020)
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    Good value and quick delivery. Much appreciated by garden birds Review by Dennis
    Good value and quick delivery. Much appreciated by garden birds (Posted on 01/05/2020)
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    Great product, great price Review by Mark
    Great product, great price (Posted on 22/04/2020)
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