Fruity Fat Balls (No Net)
Feed these delicious Fruity Fat Balls to your hungry garden birds as this nutritious suet is good for wild birds all year round. Made from a mixture of wheat, raisins, sunflower seeds and more these suet balls wont last long in your garden.see more
Feed these delicious Fruity Fat Balls to your hungry garden birds as this nutritious suet is good for wild birds all year round. Made from a mixture of wheat, raisins, sunflower seeds and more these suet balls wont last long in your garden.
Use both specially designed fat balls feeders, feeder trays and bird tables to feed these lovely pink berry suet balls to your garden birds, and attract a range of wild birds to your garden such as; Blue Tits, Dunnocks, House Sparrows, Starlings and wrens.
Available in two sizes; 12.75kg (approx 150 suet balls) or 25.5kg (approx 300 suet balls).
Ingredients; Kibbled Maize, Calcium Carbonate, Wheat, Sunflower Seeds, Beef Tallow, Red Dari and Raisins.
Due to the fragile nature of suet fat balls it is possible that during transit up to 10% of the suet balls may break up in the box. These broken pieces will still attract garden birds and can be fed from most fat ball feeders and ground feeders.
Due to the high level of fat in the balls, heavy rain can cause them to break up.
Price Quality ValueGreat Great service and product Christine 20-11/20
- Bought when on offer
Price Quality ValueBought when on offer The birds really love these fruity fat balls. Having, 300. I'm hoping they will last a while but I'm very pleased with them and for the quick delivery. A handy way of buying in quantity without having to carry them. pamela 20-10/11
- A good buy
Price Quality ValueA good buy They are a good and the time is good. Hilary 20-08/05
- The best fat balls on the market
Price Quality ValueThe best fat balls on the market OMG, I read the reviews before purchasing these fat balls and all were very good, excellent in fact. So I decided to give them a go. Well I have 3 fat ball feeders and everyday I have to fill them back up as they go as quick and I fill them. Now I know why they are always 'out of stock' the wild birds absolutely love them :) Gina 20-06/20