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Mealworm Suet Pellets
Mealworm Suet Pellets
Size
£/Kg
Price
Saving
2 kg
£4.50
£9.00
£0.00
4 kg
£3.50
£14.00
£4.00
8 kg
£2.88
£23.00
£13.00
12.75 kg
£2.51
£32.00
£25.38
25.5 kg (2 x 12.75 kg)
£2.43
£62.00
£52.75

* These savings are based on the first row being the base £/kg price

Mealworm Suet Pellets - Free Delivery!

Delicious high energy suet with mealworms
Only: £9.00Robin
Select size: In Stock
Quantity: Free Delivery
Product Details

Suet pellets are always one of our biggest sellers. These premium quality, British made suet pellets are incredibly delicious and your garden visitors will adore them. You can feed the pellets from a mesh (peanut type) feeder, put them on a table or feeding station or scatter them in your hedgerows for your ground feeding birds. The relatively soft consistency of semi-moist high energy suet pellets makes them easy to consume and highly digestible, and the high fat content provides an immediate energy source.


You can now select the 2kg size option within our Mini Pick 'n Mix and the 4kg size within our Pick 'n Mix saving yourself lots of money! 

 

Street End Farm

Customer Reviews

Name:
Colin
Date of Review:
04/07/2019
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Doesn't appear to have the quatity of mealworms that are in RSPB nibbles but its 1/3 cheaper. Birds don't seem to care so will probably buy again.
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Name:
Mark
Date of Review:
21/06/2019
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Excellent as always
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Name:
Rose
Date of Review:
19/06/2019
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Great food for blackbirds and starlings
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Name:
C
Date of Review:
13/06/2019
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Very handy for feeding the birds a good breakfast to get them though a hectic day of feeding young, avoiding cats and chasing intruders off their turf. The pellets work well both spread on the ground and in feeders, given an aperture big enough to let them through. They hold their shape well enough even in Scottish perma-rain. For very small fledglings, you might consider breaking or crushing the pellets first - very easy to do.
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Robin
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