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  • Full of goodness in the form of hi-energy mixed berries, these pellets can be fed all-year-round to garden birds
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Hi-Energy Berry Suet Pellets

Regular price £3.95
Regular price £3.95 Sale price £3.95
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

Bird Table Soft Food Feeder

Premium quality hi-energy berry suet pellets

Full of goodness in the form of hi-energy mixed berries, these pellets can be fed all-year-round. The superior energy makes them great for tits, finches, Robins and Blackbirds.

Customer Reviews

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Jane-Louise Dippie
Chubby chicks!

I bought this as a treat for my chicken and my quails - as they seem to pick this straight out of my poultry/wild bird mix. Our collared dove is a great fan of this too. Top votes all round.

Hello, thank you for the review of our Hi-Energy Berry Suet Pellets. It's great to hear that they are so popular with such a variety of birds.

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CATHERINE
A good staple

Always popular

Thank you for the review Catherine.

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Helen Laws
Berry suet pellets.

I put out some pellets every morning and the birds eat them eagerly; quite a bird gathering every morning. My cats love watching all the birds from the windowsill.

Hello, thank you for your review of our Berry Suet Pellets. It's so nice to hear that your birds are enjoying eating them and providing entertainment for your cats as well.

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Andrew McIlwraith
too popular!

(same review as for insect pellets)
I have several feeders with squirrel-proof cages and a ground feeding station also protected by a cage. If I try to use them in feeders, the smaller birds can't get near as the local pigeons, jackdaws etc cling onto the cage bars tying to get access. If I use the ground feeding station they last about 10 mins as a flock of starlings soon appear and devour them.

I've resorted to scattering them loose on the ground in small handfuls throughout the day to keep the bigger birds away from my feeders/ground station.

Hello, thank you for the review and for telling us about your feeding strategy. It sounds as if you have found a way to keep all your birds happy, and fed.

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M A Tilford
very pretty!

Looks good in the feeders and the birds love them!

Thank you for the kind review, We're glad that your birds love them, and an added bonus that you like the colour in your feeder.