Super Suet Fat Balls for Birds
- Tray of 12 Suet Balls
- 50 Pack
- 100 pack ( 2 x 50)
- 150 suet balls
- 300 (2 x 150) suet balls
Our delicious Super Suet fat balls for birds are packed full of nutritious ingredients, including delicious beef suet, wheat flour, peanut flour, dried mealworms and insects, with the addition of some tiny rapeseed, millet and linseed.
These ingredients are an important part of a varied diet - the fat balls are a great source of essential nutrients for wild birds, and they also have a delicious taste and irresistible texture that wild garden birds simply adore! Please note: this product contains peanuts.
These energy-rich, calorie-dense suet fat balls contain 50% more fat than traditional fat balls for birds. Because they are high in essential fats, they provide wild birds with readily available calories, helping our feathered friends to stay healthy and energised. This is particularly important in the cold winter months when high-energy food is scarce.
The high fat percentage also means that these wild bird fat balls are softer than your typical low-quality suet balls, making them easier to peck into when it's cold outside.
Soft-billed garden birds (and fledglings in particular) will find our Super Suet fat balls very easy to consume. The balls won't crumble and disintegrate in extremely cold weather conditions, but they may soften during warm summer months.
Store these fat balls in a cool dry place.
Available in boxes of 50 and 150 fat balls (4.5kg net weight of box of 50).
Now available in packs of 12!
Weight Notification! The box of 150 fatballs weights @ 13kg.
Each fat ball weighs 85g.
Fat balls for birds FAQs
- Are suet balls good for birds?
Yes, it is highly recommended to add fat balls for birds to your bird food rotation. Suet fat balls are particularly beneficial during winter and nesting season. The extra calories will help wild birds stay strong and keep warm.
- Where is the best place to put suet balls for birds?
In a separate feeder! Separate suet fat balls from the rest of the bird food to encourage shyer wild birds who may be easily spooked. Make sure you also place fat balls for birds high up enough to prevent unwanted garden visitors from stealing the stash and scaring birds away.