Fruity fatty goodness in an easy to eat form
Will give the birds in your garden energy to keep on flying
Ideally offered in a suet pellet feeder
A wonderful mix of fats and minerals
Fulfilled and sold by Thompson & Morgan
3 Options From£11.95
3 Options From£8.95
Fruity fatty goodness in an easy to eat form that will give the birds in your garden energy to keep on flying. Ideally offered in a suet pellet feeder, these semi-solid pellets consist of a wonderful mix of fats and minerals, and are loved by birds of many varieties.
Small birds like coal tits and bigger birds like doves will flock to your garden to get their beaks on this fatty treat. Made with high quality beef fat plus peanut flour for good measure, these berry suet pellets are easy for birds to digest, because of their semi-moist consistency.
Pick from a choice of sizes, and watch as birds of all shapes and sizes come to visit.
Please note: the 25.5kg boxes of Berry Suet Pellets are delivered as 2 x 12.75kg
Berry Suet Pellets 12.75kg (G2556)
Berry Suet Pellets 3kg (G2555)
Berry Suet Pellets 25.5kg (2XG2556)
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