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Suet To Go Wild Bird Mealworm and Insect Suet Block, 300 g - Pack of 10
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- Highly nutritious suet block
- Can be feed using standard suet block feeder
- Should not melt in hot summer
- Packed with protein rich dried insects
- Easy to handle
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This trade up carry out pack contains 10 high nutritious suet blocks, which are made from the enhanced 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.
Each order comes with 10 x Unipet Wild Bird Suet Value Insect Block 300g
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In addition, the box gives the content of the blocks and their nutritional value. They definitely contain meal worms and insects not just fat.
I can thoroughly recommend these blocks.
Will be looking for a replacement 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.
The other pleasing aspect is in our case the Starlings have not eaten up the entire block before the other birds have a chance but every species seems able to get a fair share as was the case this morning as i have been watching Blue and Coal Tit's feeding on these after the Starlings had had there fill.
The product is in my opinion very good am i happy with the price, yes and would recommend this product as a good value product that appeals to a wide range of bird species that visits our garden and i would not hesitate in ordering again.
They come nicely packaged and individually sealed, so they keep fresh for quite some time, but they prove so popular in my garden that I don't think they will hang around long enough for that to become an issue!
I would certainly recommend these and I will be buying some more.
Unipet Wild Bird Suet Value Insect Blocks @300grams per block are ideal for the birds as they contain insects,& mealworms which the birds thrive on. The blocks contain suet which being a fat gives the birds a huge boost to their diet, and helps them through the Winter, and often a cold Spring,this year I have even noticed the larger birds of the Raven family coming very often to my bird station. This year I have noticed there seems to have been a huge decline in the smaller birds, such as Blue Tits,House Sparrows,Black Birds,Thrushes,to be honest its shocked me, but then I seem to getting more cats in my garden then I ever have before, which I find rather a nuisance as they dig in my flower beds,so perhaps the cats are scaring off the birds,or eating them...........its hard to say why there has been such a dramatic decline in the hedgerow birds,and wild life in general,such as field mice as all come to eat the seeds which fall at the bottom of my bird station.