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Twootz Un-Netted Fat Balls 12.75kg equivalent to approx 150 Fatballs

by Twootz

Price: £12.90 FREE UK delivery.
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  • 150 delicious suet balls
  • Ideal for year round feeding
  • High energy bird food
  • 13.5 kg in total weight
  • NOT IN NETS
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Item model numberball003
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Best Sellers Rank 477 in Pet Supplies (See top 100)
Date First Available2 Feb. 2012
  
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Twootz Un-Netted Fat Balls 12.75kg equivalent to approx 150 Fatballs. Twootz Standard Fat Balls for wild birds are made to appeal to a wide range of garden birds and to provide them with a concentrated and handy source of energy. They are manufactured from a range of locally sourced wheat, beef fat, corn and calcium specially selected to ensure your wild birds can obtain a high energy food source throughout the year. In Winter wild birds can rapidly starve if natural food sources become unavailable or scarce, in Spring and early Summer the demands of breeding and raising young place a great burden on adult birds, and during Autumn many wild birds shed their feathers, or moult, and this requires large amounts of energy. We suggest you place these fat balls in a specialist feeder and hang from a convenient branch, bird table or feeding station where you can observe a range of wild birds feeding safely. Alternatively you might try placing them whole or broken up directly on the ground or on bird tables or added to other foods for an added energy boost. Please note, occasionally (due to carriage and the fragile nature of the product) it can be common for up to 10% of fat balls to be broken at the bottom of the box, but don't worry as the birds still eat them all the same. We pride ourselves on our excellent customer service and our team is always here to help with any enquiries or concerns you may have. All comments (positive or negative) are very much appreciated as it allows us to make improvements to our services and we would be very grateful if any complaints can be made via email/telephone so that we are able to action these accordingly. Please contact us on Telephone 0845 676 9656 Email info@twootz.com Office opening times are Monday to Friday 08:45am to 16:45pm

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Customer Reviews

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. M. Hunt on 7 Jan. 2013
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These were quite soft and crumbled . So a large quantity were just mush in the bottom of the box. Would not recommend them
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62 of 65 people found the following review helpful By doodallybloke on 18 July 2012
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We normally get our suet fat balls from the RSPB. Slightly more expensive I know but it terms of overall diameter they are certainly bigger and heavier. I reckon that from them each ball weighs in at approx 90-95g's. These fat balls are very small. I would guess, and it is a guess, that these fat balls weigh about 75-80g's per ball. Take that together with the wastage factor, that is to say the number of crushed suet balls at the base of the very primitive cardboard delivery box that they are packaged in, and it works out certainly more expensive that perhaps another brand sold here on Amazon, or indeed from the RSPB, at around 17p per ball. For the price we paid it does not take a genius to work out that these smaller fat balls work out at exactly 16p per fat ball, incl p+p, and assuming that there are indeed 150 fat balls in the box, given that they all appear to be all thrown in there with a rather excessive amount of fat ball crumbs together with crushed balls in the bottom of the box .... which I assume is from initial packaging and then from the parcel postage factor. The consistancy of these fat balls appears stale. Just like stale dry cake which crumbles to the touch. Not that impressed but they are getting eaten .... but rather to quickly as they are very dry for 'fat' suet balls. Anyway cheap and cheerful springs to mind as it does not take much effort for the birds to split these fat balls with the excess falling to the ground from our hanging feeders rather to freely. I suspect that these fat balls will need replacing very quickly. We shall stick with the heavier and more 'solid fat balls' in future for the small amount of additional cost involved. The free 'fat ball feeder' is a gimmick and as such is rubbish. IMHO of coarse.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. J. Gable on 28 July 2012
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These are cheaper than fat balls bought locally from garden centres or pet shops and the birds certainly love them. They encourage into the garden every type of tit, reed buntings, greater spotted woodpecker,etc. Blackbirds have mastered the art of clinging on to the feeders and we even get a jay visiting us regularly to feed on the balls. Yes - some are messy eaters but what they drop is eaten by ground feeding birds.
Excellent service from 'twootz' too. We received our order a mere 27 hours of placing theorder via amazon.co.uk
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Adams on 10 Mar. 2013
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They were a very good price and delivered directly to my front door. I prefer these at balls fas they do not have the green plastic netting on them which i always have to take off. They are of a reasonable quality (as good as most others i have tried) and the birds devour them in record time.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Alden on 28 Jun. 2014
I should have heeded the warnings of the other reviewers who said the packaging on these was woeful. It is. They come in a plastic bag in a cardboard box that is not particularly sturdy. I would say that 25% of the balls are just a crushed mess. I didn't realise that providing decent packaging for a crushable product would be beyond an amazon seller, but sadly it is. I would avoid unless you want your fat balls in a crumbed variety. Which, given you are buying fat BALLS not crumbs, you probably don't. On the plus side the ones that aren't crushed have the birds in the fat ball holder as much as any other brand I have used.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Harrison on 8 Jan. 2013
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Great product at a very reasonable price. Have searched many websites and compared this product but found none quite so reasonably priced. Will re-order in future.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Lisa10 on 8 Nov. 2012
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These are great value for money and as they are not wrapped in nylon net are very convenient to use. The birds love them and so do I (to use not to eat).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ozymandias on 19 Aug. 2014
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I have knocked off two stars because the birds don't seem to like these fat balls. Maybe it's the time of year and most have fledged elsewhere but, from getting through 4 fat balls every 2 days (bought locally), they have still to finish 4 of these after a week ! Certainly on quantity they are a bargain but if the birds aren't going to eat them- not so much of one. After all - what can one do with 150 fat balls that the birds won't eat ? Maybe we have very picky birds around here and they just got used to the taste of the locally sourced ones ?! However, 'm going to do a little experiment and get some more from our local supplier, then alternate them in the feeding tube - one of these, one of the local ones, one of these etc. Then see what happens. So, quantity, delivery and packaging great. Taste - that's down to the birds - I will let you know.
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