Benefits of our Suet Special Blend bird foodThis is why our suet blend mixture has become one of the best sellers at Kennedy in only a small space of time. What makes it so great?
- Packed full of high-calorie ingredients
- Can be used all year round
- No grow blend means no mess either
- Next day delivery included in price
- Always provide water.
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- Always store in a cool dry place
Why is suet good for garden birds?Suet for birds is often considered a winter treat as it is so packed full of natural fats that help birds make it through the coldest month’s of the year. It does however, provide a perfect meal during spring and summer too. In spring nesting birds need extra sources of fat to provide the energy they need to raise chicks. By summer, those spring chicks will be fledglings that will require extra protein and calcium to build strong bones and ligaments. Just ensure that suet is keep in a shady spot during warmer days.
What kind of birds eat suet?Most garden birds love suet. It may even tempt more shy visitors to your garden too. Wrens and robins enjoy suet and as they tend to like eating from the ground you might like to leave some in shady spots around the garden. See also our Mealworm blend and Insect blend bird foods. Always store in a cool dry place
Kennedy Wild Bird Food
Our birds love this mix all through the year. Always a quick service from Kennedywildbirdfood.
Looks really high quality and the birds in my garden seem to agree
It's great stuff, what the starlings don't eat, the small birds do. Usually sweep up sunflower seeds and put on bird table
Never fails to attract the birds.
Birds love it. Even those that cannot get to the feeder and have to take what is left on the ground.
Disappears very quickly -starlings especially enthusiastic but attracts many other species