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Suet to Go Wild Bird Suet Block Mealworms & Insect 300g Value Pack (Pack of 6)
|Price:||£5.65 (£3.14 / kg) & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20. Details|
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- Highly nutritious suet block
- Easy to handle
- Should not melt in hot summer
- High impact consumer value pack
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This high impact consumer value pack offers 6 non melt mealworm and insect flavour suet blocks, that offer great savings and convenience to the end user.
Each order comes with 6 x Unipet Mealworm Blocks Mealworm & Insect 300g
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Although it is branded as "Unipet", these cakes are made by "Suet on the Go". I have found the "Suet on the Go" brand to be excellent in terms of quality, both for suet cakes and suet pellets. I say this based on the number of birds that visit when I use this brand over others. For instance, when I put out a brand called ChapelWood, the birds will not touch it.
The cost including delivery for this pack of 6 via Amazon was less than £1 per suet cake when I got them. I also buy the pack of 10 when it is available. That is against the usual £2.50 - £2.99 per suet cake cost in most retail stores. That being said, the RSPB or BTO suet cakes in the shops are slightly bigger, they just about squeeze into a normal suet cake holder, whereas these need no squeezing in but are still better value despite being a little smaller. I also got this brand because it has dried insects in the suet, much better and healthier for the birds than the modern fad for berry flavours.
Suet cake will attract garden birds such as woodpeckers, blue tits, great tits, long tailed tits, nuthatches and robins amongst others. Finches do not partake of suet; get some sunflower hearts and a seed feeder if you want finches and coal tits in your garden (and who wouldn't!).
Suet was once something we stocked our back garden feeders with only in the winter months. Present day suet use is much broader and more beneficial to birds. In spring, it meets the increased energy demands of nesting birds. In the summer months, it provides a good substitute for insect eating birds, especially in years when insects are not very plentiful.Read more ›
All gone! They love it. It is fun watching them take off with a sliver in their beaks. Probably popular with other birds but they really don't get a look in.
Not too expensive - excellent value.
Just have to ration it.
In the bird world, this is definitely their crack!!!! Will definitely buy again!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was very sceptical about this product as after opening the package there did not appear to be many insects in the suet, but the birds seem to love it!. Read morePublished 8 days ago by mike hoddesdon
Starlings, magpies, squirrels, robins, great tits and pied wagtails are powering their way through these. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Dirk_Crisis
The birds in my garden absolutely love these suet blocks, will definitely buy again and again!Published 22 days ago by S. Watson
The birds love the suet & mealworm but when I put these cakes up they simply went mad over them not least the Great Spotted Woodpecker first the male then the female today I have... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gordon C.
I put these in a large 'cage' feeder so that only the little birds can access them. There's a constant stream of blue tits, great tits and sparrows popping into it for a quick... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sylje