Suet Pellets

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Suet in a beak-sized package!

A fantastic winter energy-boosting meal which can be carried away and consumed in safety for all smaller garden birds. 

Convenience in a beak sized pellet and a true winter warmer. High-quality beef tallow, sugars and added other ingredients such as berries or crushed dried insects mean that birds love them, and they literally fly out of the garden! (pun intended). Calcium is added to aid healthy bones and feathers - so critical for birds.
They can be mixed to your favourite birdseed as an added treat, or offered on their own either on a bird table or directly on the ground where songbirds will snap them up readily. Suet pellets can be fed from a seed feeder if added to a seed mix in small quantities, otherwise, they will become stuck if placed in a feeder on their own. Blue tits will come back and to as they grab a pellet, fly off and then consume it in the safety of a nearby tree or bush.
Suet pellets are much loved by a wide range of birds and are a welcome addition to any garden. They are clean and easy to handle.
Weight Price Per kg 
1kg £2.30 £2.30
2kg £4.20 £2.10
4kg £7.80 £1.95
8kg £13.50 £1.69
12.5kg £18.80 £1.50

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Suet pellets

Gone in seconds, I think I’m being watched by the birds, barely have time to get back in the house. Seem to be enjoyed by all birds too.

Pauline Ames
Suet pellets

The birds love them what more can I say. Good quality suet. Brilliant local supplier Providing good quality products at good prices and always promptly delivered.

fruit pellets

I throw the pellets on the ground under the hanging sunflower seed feeders, the finches make such a mess but the blackbirds and pigeons assisted by collared doves soon clear it up. I spotted a dunnock and robin helping themselves to a tasty snack and the occasional blue tit.
Thank you for delivering, great service, good price and always a smile.

Trevor G
Great to add to a seed mix

We get a wide variety of ground feeding birds, from small robins and chaffinches up to crows - well, we do back onto a country park and then fields! I am currently using Gala's Robin Delight mix in our ground feed trays, and have started adding some mixed suet pellets. Since none are ever left they clearly have our birds' seal of approval.

Sandra Fisher
Hungry birds

The starlings are usually first to get to the suet pellets I put some in the hanging feeders and they just vacuum them up with a lot of noise and wing flapping. I throw some out for the ground feeders and the blackbirds love them and the pigeons will always clear up. Thanks for delivering it means I can get better value for money and excellent service.

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