A wide range of fat feeders for birds that are ideal for feeding all shapes and sizes of suet. So if your feathered friend like to feed on fall balls, suet cakes, suet log or pellets then you are sure to find the perfect feeder here.
There are 12 products in this category
You will love these metal feeders which are inspired by Victorian lamps. The wire styling allows smaller birds to feeds (although they are not specifically designed to be squirrel proof) and the built in tray helps to reduce seed waste and can also be filled with meal worms and scraps for an extra treat. The feeder hangs from a sturdy coated wire cable. Styled with a lovely antique brushed bronze finish. Also available as a nut feeder and a fat ball feeder they make an attractive set for any garden. See our stores or web site for a wide variety of peanuts available by the sack or per kilo.
You won't fail to be bowled over by this stunning Classic Butterfly Fat Ball feeder in your garden. Birds are a joy to see and, if you feed them all year round, they will keep returning. This cream coloured ornate fat ball feeder will take its place anywhere in the garden - hanging from a branch or bird table. Fill it up with their favourite fat balls and watch all the different varieties visit the feeder and take pleasure in their funny antics. The central feeding tube is easy to clean and fill. Simply pull the lid up, pop it to one side and fill with fat balls. When the weather is bad and little birds can’t find enough food, they need our tender loving care. The simple act of putting out a feeder full of their favourite food could be a lifesaving gesture. Please take a look at the other feeders in this collection – the Nut Feeder and the Seed Feeder. Colour: Cream Size: 19cm dia x 29cm Material: Metal
Feed your famished feathered friends chunkylicious Fat Snax using the Fat Snax Feeder Ring. A doughnut-shaped solid metal ring with a hook to hang from a tree, this feeder has the capacity to hold eight scrummy Fat Snax (sold separately). The peckish peckers of your neighbourhood will love popping into your garden for their lunch. Fat Snax are naughty-but-nice peanut based snacks. With Black Sunflower and packed with energising peanuts, these snacks are nutterly delicious to nut-loving birds such as Woodpeckers, Tits and Nuthatches. Great for all year round feeding but especially during cold winter months, these snacks have over half the amount of energy and fat than standard fat snax. These snacks will keep their tummies fuller for longer during periods of natural food shortage. The metal ring will allow birds to cling as they feed, giving them a comfortable dining experience. Hang the Fat Snax Feeder in your garden and watch the birds go wild! Colour: Black Size: Holds 8 Fat Snax Material: Metal Directions for Use: If applicable, remove the Fat Snax from their net before placing them inside the feeder. Remove the wire hanger from the feeder and open the top to fill with Fat Snax. Secure the top by replacing the wire hanger through both loops above the lid. Remember to secure the feeder out of reach of predators. Clean the feeder regularly using a mild disinfectant. Rinse thoroughly before replenishing Fat Snax.
What are the special features of the Deluxe Fatball Feeder? - It will attract a variety of birds to your garden - It is constructed from a robust metal - The lid will protect the fatballs from the rain - Ideal, practical size which will hold 4 fatballs comfortably - Easy to clean and fill - Great value - Superb quality When the weather turns nasty and cold and birds can’t find enough food, they need our tender loving care. The simple act of putting out a feeder full of their favourite food could be a lifesaving gesture. The ideal fatballs to place in the feeder are Insect Suet Fatballs (PK 6) - 00886409. https://www.farmandpetplace.co.uk/products/wild-bird/wild-bird-food-and-treats/fat-and-suet/insect-suet-balls-pack-6.html Where should the Deluxe Fatball Feeder be placed? The Deluxe Fatball Feeder will take its place anywhere in the garden where it can be hung from a branch or bird table. Please ensure that there is plenty of surrounding cover in case the birds are startled as they will only use the feeder if they feel safe to do so. Which variety of birds will the Fatball Feeder attract? The Fatball Feeder will attract a variety of birds such as Blue Tits, Finches, Sparrows, Robins and Blackbirds to visit your garden so that you can take pleasure in their funny antics. How to fill the Fatball Feeder: Place the lid to one side of the feeder and fill the metal tube with fatballs. Replace the lid. Make sure there is plenty of fresh, clean water for drinking and bathing. How to clean the Fatball Feeder The feeder can be washed in warm water with a mild detergent. Please ensure the feeder is thoroughly dried before filling up with fatballs. When cleaning your feeder wear rubber gloves and wash your hands thoroughly afterwards. Colour: Black Size: Height 22cm, Base 7cm Material: Metal
Supa Fat Ball Feeder & Tray is designed to hold both netted and un-netted fat balls. Made from premium quality materials including a stainless steel handle & metal lid. The tray acts both a supplementary feeding station and also stops debris from falling on to the floor thus reducing the sources of food for vermin. Easy to fill and clean. When filled with Fat Balls will attract a wide variety of garden birds including Robins, Wrens, Blackbird, Starlings, Blue Tits etc.
Squirrel Proof Fat Ball Lantern. Many people not only want a feeder that squirrels won’t destroy but also one that actually prevents them and larger nuisance birds like pigeons from taking food in the first place. Our Lanterns do this and are both strong and attractive. The closure caps are also designed to be secure against squirrels but easy for us. We’ve also improved the quality of the finish with two new colours: black mica and hammered bronze.
The Supa 12 inch Suet Pellet Feeder Plastic is made specifically for suet pellets, keeping pellets drier and fresher for longer. Suet Pellets are loved by garden birds due to the high energy content and that they are a great size for birds to both carry and consume. However one of the problems of feeding suet pellets in your garden is that when pellets get wet the high grade beef suet will go off. Supa have developed a feeder specifically for feeding suet pellets. Only a small portion are open to the elements with those pellets above protected within the polypropylene tube. An integrated feeding tray reduces wastage and mess on the floor.
Strong organically coated steel. Squirrel and predator proof. Holds both fatballs and suet cake. Robust lock. Attracts a variety of birds year round. All weather resistant. Easy to fill and clean.