Insect Suet Blocks

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Insect Suet Blocks

Our Suet Block in Tray is filled with premium quality high energy suet which helps wild birds to sustain activity levels for longer, making this treat a valuable food source. Our Insect recipe is an excellent source of protein, and with a yellow colourant, is sure to attract a wide range of wild birds to your garden including robins, finches, blue tits, great tits, long tailed tits and many more. Our blocks fit perfectly into one of our block feeders, however this particular design also allows you to feed directly from the tray, making it an easy solution for all bird lovers!

Composition: wheat flour, beef suet, millet seed, linseed, rapeseed, peanut
Analytical Constituents: fat 27.1%, protein 9.4%, fibre 4.1%, ash 1%
Additives: colourant and flavouring
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£2.00
£2.00

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Our Suet Block in Tray is filled with premium quality high energy suet which helps wild birds to sustain activity levels for longer, making this treat a valuable food source. Our Insect recipe is an excellent source of protein, and with a yellow colourant, is sure to attract a wide range of wild birds to your garden including robins, finches, blue tits, great tits, long tailed tits and many more. Our blocks fit perfectly into one of our block feeders, however this particular design also allows you to feed directly from the tray, making it an easy solution for all bird lovers! Composition: wheat flour, beef suet, millet seed, linseed, rapeseed, peanut Analytical Constituents: fat 27.1%, protein 9.4%, fibre 4.1%, ash 1% Additives: colourant and flavouring

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Great For Attracting Birds Review by Phil S
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These blocks are brilliant! They attract lots of birds to my Garden who need the high energy nutrients. Smaller birds feel on the suet pellets in the feeders and the bigger birds eat from the block as they can grab onto the cage the block is in. I have seen my first woodpecker in the garden this year and he loves the block.