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Suet To Go Wild Bird Blueberry and Raisin Suet Block, 300 g - Pack of 10
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- Can be fed using any standard suet block feeder
- Should not melt in hot summer
- Highly nutritious suet blocks
- Easy to handle
- Available to purchase in other flavours
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This trade up carry out pack contains 10 highly nutritious suet blocks, which are made from our new formula of premium grade high energy suet, packed with protein rich dried insects, with the added advantages of being less messy, easier to handle and will not melt during the hot summer months.Can be fed using any standard suet block feeder.
10 x Unipet Blueberry & Raisin Value Suet Block
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Birds absolutely hate these. In fact the red colour seems to have frightened them away. I've previously used a different type of suet block, and used to have birds literally waiting on the fence for me to fill the feeders, and as soon as I walked away from the feeders dozens of starlings would be fighting over the suet blocks. I knew something was wrong as soon as I put these peanut and cherry suet blocks out. No birds came. Usually I'm inundated immediately, but this time no birds. I watched and waited. Starlings, usually voracious devourers of anything and everything, flew overhead and ignored the full feeders. A jackdaw, perennial pest that normally takes all the food, had one peck and flew away. Even the rooks, bane of my bird feeding life, won't eat this. It's bright red and I'm convinced the colour has scared all the birds away, save for that one jackdaw who wouldn't eat it. No birds in my garden since putting this suet cake out, and normally my garden is alive with birds fighting over the feeders. This is a horrible product.
My feeder is the the type that takes a large cylinder on a plastic or wire base and stick. Two of these can be put in the holder instead.
The packaging is very convenient for storage as each block is individually wrapped in cellophane.
If I snip one end and ease the cellophane off the block slightly I can rush out in the rain and/or cold and place the block in the holder without getting yucky greasy fingers. A small point but the brand I used to use was coveted in thick plastic with one of those rip down tabs. The tabs never unzipped correctly and I ended up having to snip and peel off the plastic off bit by bit ending up with greasy scissors, greasy hands, greasy plastic everywhere, and in a bad temper.
I have ordered one of the boxes of fruit flavour next to see what my gourmet birds think of it.
I pierced a hole in one of the blocks and hung it from one of the trees in my garden.
For two weeks it remained untouched and I was about to post a negative review of this product.
Then, suddenly noticed Blue Tits sitting on top of the block and pecking away at it.
Few days later, had an idea to break the block into chunks and stuff it into one of the feeders I use for the suet balls.
Best thing I ever did. Blue tits, sparrows and even starlings are now readily devouring the chunks, though I reckon it will be at least a week or so, before I need to put a new block in.
Must confess that after this, I'll switch back to the suet logs which seems to be more readily accepted by the avian community in my garden.
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