November Deal of the Month - 50 British Suet Balls

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October Deal of the Month - 100 British Suet Balls [2 Tubs of 50 Balls]

These high energy suet balls are made using British Maize and Seeds provided by Farmer Phil's farmer friend, on Parrish's Farm. Perfect for winter feeding - packed with energy to keep your garden birds warm. Easy to feed. Even better 100 balls normally £29.50 - now £19.00 (limited offer)
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Regular Price: £29.50

Special Price: £19.00

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These high energy suet balls are made using British Maize and Seeds provided by Farmer Phil's farmer friend, on Parrish's Farm. Perfect for winter feeding - packed with energy to keep your garden birds warm. Easy to feed. Even better 100 balls normally £29.50 - now £19.00 (limited offer)

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So good I repeat-buy Review by Ae
These suet balls are the best I`ve found in years of buying such products. They are free of those annoying plastic nets which, admittedly, make them easy to hang out, but are dangerous to wildlife: I use a metal spiral feeder instead. These suet balls are always fresh. They are so popular with the birds that I`ve repeatedly bought them, 50 at a time. And recently, in August, it seems that the juvenile birds are the ones eating them the most and at such a rate, including wood-pigeons, which balance (only just) on adjacent foliage. At the end, all I have to dispose of is the cardboard box they arrived in. (Posted on 09/11/2015)
Rather too popular with all the local birds Review by Catherine Ford
Rather too popular with all the local birds, and several squirrels too. I console myself with the thought that bird and squirrel watching is good entertainment for 2 humans and 2 cats. (Posted on 09/11/2015)
Arrived in a big box & arnt indivually wrapped- yippee! Review by Laura
Arrived in a big box & arnt indivually wrapped- yippee! Super easy to grab some & put them in your feeder & carry on with your day! Seem to be going down a treat (Posted on 09/11/2015)

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