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  • Coco Fat Feeder with hanging thread to unwrap and hang
  • Half coconut shell filled with suet and seed. Just unwrap and hang.
  • A half coconut shell filled with seed-rich suet is ready to hang in your garden.
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Coco Fat Feeder

Regular price £1.99
Regular price £1.99 Sale price £1.99
Size

Ideal for

Blackbird, Song Thrush, Robin, Wren, Dunnock, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Long-Tailed Tit, Greenfinch, Chaffinch, Siskin, Starling, House Sparrow, Great Spotted Woodpecker

Great value and enjoyable way to feed seed-rich, high-energy suet.

A half coconut shell filled with seed-rich suet is ready to hang in your garden. Unwrap it, hang it, and prepare for bird visitors from blue tits and finches to starlings and Long-tailed Tits - or even a swashbuckling Great Spotted Woodpecker.

(May vary in size)

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
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Harold Selvey

WAS NOT VERY HAPPY WITH LAST LOT VERY SMALL LOT BEFORE WERE TWICE THE SIZE THANK YOU H E SELVEY

Hello Harold, thank you for your review. We are sorry to hear that your were unhappy with the Coco Fat Feeders you received. Due to the natural nature of these products, they do vary in size, and this is stated on the website to make our customers aware of this.

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Iain Shephard
Disappointed

Even allowing for the fact that the coco fat feeder was on offer (25% off), I was surprised how small the coconut shell was. I haven't put it out in the garden yet, but I'm hoping the birds appreciate it more than I did.

Hello Iain, we apologise for any disappointment. Natural variations occur in products like these. We're sure the garden birds will still enjoy it.

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Isobel Treloar
Not popular

Unfortunately the birds in my garden are not very interested in the contents of these half coconuts. The ones I have had before (maybe from somewhere else) have gone very quickly but these are hardly touched after a week.

Hello Isobel, thank you for leaving a review for our Coco Fat Feeder. We apologise that the birds in your garden have not been showing much interest in the product. These are very popular with the garden birds normally, We appreciate your feedback

Thank you for choosing our product and for bringing this issue to our attention.

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Helen Laws
Coconut feeders

Birds love them. They have been very handy if the weather is bad and I can't get out so often to fill up the feeders - hang up some extra coconut feeders. And I can have a sleep-in.

Hi Helen, many thanks for your great review.

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Dudley Bennett
Nuts about Coco

Birds love them

Hello Dudley, many thanks for your review. Coco Fat Feeders are certainly a popular choice amongst garden birds.

What are fat balls, and how are they beneficial for birds?

Fat balls are compact feed items made from a mix of fats, seeds, and grains, offering high-energy nutrition essential for birds, especially during colder months or breeding seasons.

Shop fat balls from Haith's for garden birds here

Why choose Haith’s for fat balls?

Our original and cost-effective formula is delivered without nets. These popular fat balls are simple yet incredibly effective. They're adored by birds and bird enthusiasts alike for their versatility. Whether in dedicated feeders, whole on bird tables or diced for smaller birds like tits and finches, Haith's Fat Balls provide high-energy nutrition.

Are Haith's fat balls environmentally friendly?

Absolutely! Haith's fat balls are supplied without nets, reducing unnecessary packaging and
promoting environmental friendliness.

Super Value Fat Balls (without nets) FAQs

Can Haith's fat balls be offered year-round?

Yes, they are formulated for year-round feeding, providing consistent nutrition for birds in all seasons.

Do I need a dedicated feeder for Haith's fat balls?

While not necessary, dedicated feeders optimise the feeding experience, preventing wastage and ensuring easy access for birds. Shop our Suet Feeders range here.

How should I store Haith's Fat Balls for Optimal Freshness?

Storing them in a cool, dry place preserves their freshness, ensuring birds receive high-quality nutrition.