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Suet block peanut

Suet block peanut

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Suet blocks are a very popular food for wild birds. It provides them with lots of high energy protein to get t... read more

This supplementary food for birds can be used for filling a standard suet block feeder, crumbling onto bird tables or just on the windowsill.

A highly nutritious suet block packed with peanuts, oil and fat. Suet blocks are a great source of protein for wild birds throughout the year.

Each block contains 300 gram.


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Suet block peanut

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Suet block peanut

This supplementary food for birds can be used for filling a standard suet block feeder, crumbling onto bird tables or just on the windowsill.

A highly nutritious suet block packed with peanuts, oil and fat. Suet blocks are a great source of protein for wild birds throughout the year.

Each block contains 300 gram.

Details Suet block peanut

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    Quick delivery, well packaged , healthy plants.Will use again.

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