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  • Superior high energy insect pellets suitable for garden birds.  They are high quality and can be fed scattered on the ground
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Hi-Energy Insect Suet Pellets

Regular price £4.48
Regular price £4.48 Sale price £4.48

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

Superior high energy insect pellets – they work a treat when scattered along the ground.

High quality and energy, these premium insect pellets can be fed from a standard tube-type seed feeder if you’d like them to be available more widely, to more species.

Please note: insects are added in powder form for protein.

Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
Shirley Beaney
Suet pellets

The birds love these I pu them in the feeder with peanuts and the suet pellets disappear shows which they like the best

Hello Shirley, thank you for your review. That's great, they just love the suet pellets.

suet pellets

our birds enjoy both the berry suet & the high energy suet, as we are always filling them up!

Hello Janet, thank you for your review. the garden birds just love these suets.

Helen Laws
Also popular.

I put these out twice a day in a ground cage; the starlings and blackbirds gobble them up. They seem better quality than one I have bought elsewhere, there's less suet dust.

Hi Helen, thankyou for your lovely review. Suet is certainly one of our favourite products for this time of year.

steve beadle
magic pellets

I put them out on the bird table and, as if by magic, they all disappear!
Robins and blackbirds come to the table while I'm still putting out the pellets and other birds (tits, sparrows, starlings, etc) soon follow.
Obviously, being bite-size, the birds dont have to waste energy pecking at them to break them up. No wonder they love them.

Thanks for your review Steve. We love hearing that your birds are happy!

Andrew McIlwraith
Too popular!

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.

Thank you for taking the time to write us a review.