Blackbird, Song Thrush, Robin, Wren, Dunnock, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Long-Tailed Tit, Goldfinch, Greenfinch, Chaffinch, Siskin, Starling, House Sparrow, Collared Dove
Wriggle-free goodness for birds - feed dried mealworms straight from the bag or mix them with your favourite bird food to add additional protein.
Dried mealworms have many of the advantages of live mealworms but also have additional benefits; they can be mixed with softfoods and seed mixes (see Huskfree Advance with dried mealworms & Mealworm Crumble). We recommend using dried mealworms judiciously during the breeding season and ideally moistening prior to use by soaking them in warm water to rehydrate them for youngsters. They can also be fed as they are - straight from the bag as they deliver extra protein all-year-round.
I rehydrate these and put some on my kitchen window-sill, where the robin and blackbird compete to see who gets there first! My nightly meals for the hedgehogs also contains plenty of these, with special hedgehog food and chopped peanuts.
Hello, many thanks for your lovely review, lovely to hear that your robins & blackbirds are tucking into them. We would however advise feeding hedgehogs with them sparingly as an occasional treat & not as a daily diet.
Very popular with the starlings in hanging containers; the blackbirds also make them vanish in minutes from the ground cage. Dry, no smell, very little dust.
Hello Helen, thank you for taking the time to write a review. It's great to hear that your blackbirds and starlings like them so much.
They are very tasty.....the robins love them.
That's great to hear, thank you for taking the time to write us a review.
Our birds love these so happy to provide them great value
Thank you Sue, that's great to hear.
My pheasant collection likes them and my blackbirds too .so do my greys and bobwhites
Hello Andy, with pheasants, quails, and blackbirds to feed, it sounds as if you have your hands full. Thank you for taking the time to write a review on our dried mealworms and it's lovely to hear that all your birds enjoy them.