Our high-quality suet can be placed in a bespoke suet feeder, fed from a bird table, chopped up and fed from the ground or squeezed into the bark of a tree. Suet comes in a range of different shapes and sizes and will be very welcomed by your garden birds at any time of the year but especially during the cold winter months.
If you’re looking for one of the easiest ways to feed suet, then the Coco Fat Feeder comes ready to hang out in your garden and is full of seed rich suet. They are great value and will help to attract finches, blue tits, and starlings.
Suet Pellets can be fed scattered on the ground, on a bird table or placed in a Flick ‘n’ Click Suet Pellet Feeder. It has a robust mesh feeder, it’s easy to fill and is easy to use. At around 8 inches high it’s perfect for small gardens or terraces.
If you’re looking for something a little different to feed small fat balls in, then look no further than the Deluxe Fat Ball Holder. Made from polished stainless steel it’s easy to clean with a removeable base.
The Squirrel Resistant Cage Fat Ball Feeder will help to prevent squirrels from feeding. The cage does clip off for easy filling and cleaning and has a tough mesh fat ball feeder inside the cage which will hold up to three small fat balls.
Haith’s Heavy-Duty Flick ‘n’ Click Fat Ball Feeder is made of a robust heavy-duty mesh. The base removes for easy cleaning, and it closes firmly with a magnetic clasp. Hygiene around bird feeders is a must so it’s great to see that this has a base which removes for easy cleaning.
As previously mentioned, suet can be purchased in a range of shapes and sizes. A popular product in our brochure is Fat Feasts. These square blocks of suet are manufactured to provide high levels of nutrition and are suitable for all year round feeding. They can be fed whole on a bird table, broken up into pieces on the ground or put into a suet feast feeder.
The plastic Flick ‘n’ Click Double Suet Treat Holder is made for holding up to two fat feast blocks and has a lid which clicks firmly into place.
Many garden birds that are attracted to suet are usually the ones that like to feed in trees such as nuthatches, and woodpeckers. Therefore, by putting a suet feeder near, under, or in a tree is the best position. Out of direct sunlight would be our best advice.
Suet has many benefits not only for birds but also for you too. It’s fully consumable, which means no waste, its attractive to a diverse range of garden birds, it’s extremely versatile, can be fed all year round and perhaps best of all, it’s affordable. The best way is to buy in bulk, as you’ll be saving money and you’ll be set up for a few weeks.
So, if you’re new to bird feeding and are unsure as to whether to start feeding suet then we say give it a go! You and your garden birds won’t be disappointed.
Written by Angela