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  • High energy suet pellets can be fed from a feeder or scattered around the garden
  • 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.

NB. Pellets are made using natural colourants,  and due to the nature of ingredients (flour, beef fat, etc.) there may be some variations in the colour of the final product.

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Andrew Nash (Crook, GB)
Very popular

Blackbirds, starlings, house sparrows and robins will happily eat as many of these as I can put out, and are happy to have them mixed with the berry suet pellets too!

Hello Andrew, thank you for your review. This is great to hear!

Lynn Patterson (Erith, GB)
Great addition

They are readily eaten by the starlings and magpies, also the smaller birds enjoy them. A good source of energy on these cold days.

Hello Lynn, thank you for your review. Thats great news

L.M.HEWITT (Gainsborough, GB)

as always delivery and product excellent

Hello, thank you for your review. That's great news.

Janice Davies (Swadlincote, GB)
Very popular

I bought the suet pellets for the robins and wrens in the garden and also the blackbirds who have now finished the cotoneaster berries. The pellets are useful for putting a few throughout the garden so all can feed

Hello Janice, thank you for your lovely review.

Tim Squire (Sheffield, GB)
A great bird food

I made a mistake ordering Haiths husk free advance and should have ordered it with suet pellets. I was advised that these were the same as the suet mixed into the Husk Free Advance with suet. However , the pellets are quite large and will not feed freely in my feeders so we spread this suet for other birds

Hello Tim, thank you for your review. We do use those suet pellets in our Huskfree mix, however, I will inform our warehouse manager of your experience of them being larger.

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.