Super Value Fat Balls (without nets)
Blackbird, Song Thrush, Robin, Wren, Dunnock, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Long-Tailed Tit, Greenfinch, Chaffinch, Siskin, Starling, House Sparrow, Great Spotted Woodpecker
Original and affordable formula supplied without nets. They're popular, simple yet very effective.
Fat balls remain a popular feeding format and they're an affordable favourite of birds and garden birders. They can be fed in a number of ways and our favourite is from a dedicated fat ball feeder like the ones below...
Another popular way is to place them whole on a bird table or, alternatively, they can be diced (chopped) into nuggets of high-energy nutrition for the more petite tits and finches.
Feed them all year round and watch how popular they are with Blue Tits, Great Tits, Long-tailed Tits and even the rather dashing Great Spotted Woodpecker.
Pleased with these, the starlings had left my back garden because of feral pigeons, but I’ve hung the fat balls in container against fence and they have come back and the smaller birds have enjoyed them too
Hello Rosemary, thank you for the review. It's great to hear that the starlings have come back into your garden.
FOUND THE FAT BALLS VERY DRY AND A LOT OF WHEAT BIRDS ARE MAKING A LOT OF MESS AS THEY CRUMB WHEN PECKED.
Hello Peter, thank you for your feedback. I will pass your comments onto our purchasing manager.
Much better getting delivered in cardboard box rather than a plastic tub, kept the previous tub and just tipped the new delivery in. Great value for money.
Hello Bob, thank you for the review. All of our fat balls come in cardboard boxes, which is all part of our Mission 'R' to make bird feeding more sustainable.
They are much better without nets. The birds don't seem to mind either.
Hello, thank you for the review. We are happy to hear that you prefer the suet balls without nets. This comes from our Mission 'R' which is all about creating a more sustainable bird food offering.
Our birds love them so such great value will buy again
Thank you for the lovely review Sue.