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Love Of Birds Wild Bird Suet Log, 220g

sku: 433309PLP

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Love Of Birds Wild Bird Suet Log, 220g

Attract new birds to your garden. 

Perfect for garden bird feeders. 

Suitable for woodpeckers, nuthatches, starlings, jays, blue tits & great tits

Ideal for a bird table, feeders or the ground. Attracts birds such as: Woodpeckers, Nuthatches, Tits, Jays and Starlings. 



Composition: Plain flour (Wheat), Tallow, Linseed, Rape seed, Millet, Kibbled Peanuts.

Energy and Analytical Constituents: Per 100g- Protein 7.4%, Crude Fibre- 0.9%, Crude Oil / Fat- 26.0%, Crude Ash- 0.6%. Moisture- 9.5%


Allergy Information

Contains Peanuts.



Always provide plenty of fresh drinking water, especially during freezing winter weather. Not for human consumption. Keep bird feeders and feeding areas clean and free from old and mouldy food. Always wash your own hands thoroughly after handling over bird feeders and food. Keep this product out of reach of children and pets.


Net Weight

220g ℮



Store in a cool and dry place.


Manufacturer Information

PLDZ, Walsall, WS1 3TX

sku - 433309PLP

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