Tidy Garden Suet Boost™
- 2 kg
- 4 kg
- 8 kg
- 8kg ( 2 x 4kg)
- 30kg (2 x 15kg)
- 45kg (3 x 15kg)
- SUPERSAVER! 60kg (4 x 15kg)
Tidy Garden Suet Boost™ is our ultra-high energy premium seed mix. A delicious combination of our traditional Tidy Garden Mix™ with insect rich high-energy suet pellets. A highly calorific bird food which offers immediate, readily digestible calories (and it obviously tastes delicious!).
All products in our Tidy Garden™ Range are husk free, non-germinating and ‘no-mess’, and you will find that everything is eaten up, leaving your birds totally satisfied and your garden tidy!
You can feed Tidy Garden Suet Boost™ from a seed feeder, ground feeders or from a table/feeding platform. Pretty much all garden birds will love this recipe – especially tits, finches, sparrows, robins, dunnocks, siskins, goldfinches, blackbirds, starlings and wrens.
Here is what one of our lovely customers had to say about our Tidy Garden Suet Boost™
"My neighbour who lives two doors down, she and her husband 'complained' that I had lured 'their' birds away from their feeders. I asked to see what they were feeding them, and when they showed me I said it would keep the pigeons and pheasants happy, but not anyone else! I gave them some of your Tidy Garden Suet Boost™ and they were amazed at the difference it made to their wild bird visits. We now have Yellowhammers at our feeding stations for the first time, and we now share the wild bird population! - J. Martin
Tidy Garden Suet Boost™ Storage
Your Tidy Garden Suet Boost™ should be stored somewhere cool and dry. We recommend that it should be used within 5 months of purchase - just to make sure it stays fresh and nutritious for your garden birds.
Tidy Garden Suet Boost FAQs
- Why do wild birds need suet?
Suet is one of the most calorie-dense feeds available for wild birds, and is subsequently packed with all kinds of essential nutrients. Suet is particularly important during the colder months, when wild birds need all the energy and calories they can get.
- Are suet pellets harmful to dogs?
In small qualities, there shouldn’t be an issue with a dog consuming suet. Overall, suet is unlikely to be harmful to your dog, unless an excessive amount is consumed or it is eaten regularly. However, if your dog has consumed suet and seems to be having an adverse reaction, seek medical advice immediately.