The main ingredient in our bird fat balls is suet, which comes from the fat that surrounds the kidney of large animals. Our bird fat balls make an ideal addition to your Winter bird food selection; suet helps to provide vital calories to birds when the weather is colder and they need more energy. However, they are also an important addition to year-round bird food selections. Suet is particularly favoured by most species of tit but it is also enjoyed by most other birds, including the Great Spotted Woodpecker. Buy fat balls if you want to attract a range of wild bird species to your garden throughout the year. Our original suet balls are net free, so they are safer for birds.
Bird Fat Balls - 150 Net Free
Orders received by 3pm Monday to Friday will be dispatched via DHL on a no signature delivery service; simply advise us where to leave your bags. We don't deliver on Saturdays, Sundays or Bank Holidays.
Some orders less than 1kg in weight will come by Royal Mail.
Orders for Live Mealworms are sent directly from our supplier via Royal Mail. They are dispatched the same day if orders are received by 12pm Mon-Thurs; no orders are dispatched on a Friday. Please allow four working days for orders to arrive.
If you have not received your order within seven working days please contact us on 01775 630208.
We now deliver to all of mainland UK with no extra delivery charge. Please note that some postcode areas that are classed as Scottish Islands and Highlands may take 2-3 working days to arrive. For deliveries outside of these areas a £10 charge will be applied. Postcode areas affected include HS, IV41 – IV49, IV51, IV55 and IV56, KA27 and KA28, KW15 to KW17, PA20, PA41 to PA49, PA60 to PA78, PH42 to PH44, ZE, Isle of Man
We are unable to deliver to the Republic of Ireland or the Channel Islands.
They vanish quickly, the starlings are particularly keen on these.04/09/2020
Very popular with all of the birds who have eaten in our garden. They go alot quicker than the food we put out.02/09/2020
Great that these come with no additional packaging & the birds just love them. Prompt & trouble-free delivery as always.02/09/2020
Very good. Some slightly broken balls but overall arrived in acceptable condition.01/09/2020
I put 4 in 2 feeders in the morning and they are gone by evening. Very popular.31/08/2020
Good quality and very popular with my horde of starlings31/08/2020
The small birds, I.e. Tits, blue great , coal and long tailed, love the fat balls.31/08/2020
Very popular. Tends to get monopolised by magpies and parakeets though31/08/2020
I fill three feeders about every other day. I am sure a message goes out “ hey guys the feeders have been filled”! My birds are blue tits, great tits, sparrows, and recently long tailed tits. There is a robin who has tried to feed from the feeder but normally he is underneath clearing the suet from the ground.31/08/2020
The birds love the fat balls but this time quite a few were broken. They are still useable for ground feeders if very crumbled.31/08/2020
All the birds love them and the feeders are always full31/08/2020
Excellent they don’t last long .31/08/2020
Birds love the fat balls!31/08/2020
Good value and the birds love them31/08/2020
The birds eat them every day so the balls are a welcome addition31/08/2020
Birds love these, can’t get enough. In fact I need more space on the feeder pole. More fat balls on display means more birds trying to feed, help...31/08/2020
Birds get through eight fat balls every day, they are addicted to tem17/08/2020
The parent birds and young ones have devoured these suet fat balls. Very popular thank you.03/08/2020
Good quality and the birds loved them but they suffered in transit so there were a number of "bits" that couldn't be used in the feeder - the ground feeders appreciated them, though.31/07/2020
The birds love them and that's what counts!31/07/2020
Fat balls are definitely rated very good by a flock of more than 12 sparrows that have all the skills of blue tits and the rapacity of starlings. They demolish 4 at a time after they have cleared out the seeds; both feeder are empty in one and a half days. Wood and feral pigeons, and dunnocks hang about on the ground below for what falls. It seems that no other birds get a look in.31/07/2020
The birds love them! No complaints except if I am late in refilling the feeders!30/07/2020
Another quality product from Vine house Farm. i did comparison tests with a batch of suet balls purchased from a supermarket and your product was chosen by the garden birds every time!30/07/2020
Very popular with our gangs of noisy juvenile starlings! House sparrows occasionally get a look in and great tits, blue tits and coal tits enjoy them when they can. Ground feeders pick up the fallen crumbs.30/07/2020
Birds Love it30/07/2020
Very popular with the starlings in particular. Excellent value.30/07/2020
The local wild birds like these very much- especially this time of year when they are feeding their young. Prompt delivery and well packaged, no complaints at all.30/07/2020
The fat balls are an excellent product and much-loved by the birds in my garden. However, quite a number of the fat balls were crumbled up at the bottom of the box when they were delivered, and in fact, left a trail of crumbs through the hall. There was no lining paper in the box which might have helped to keep them together. Otherwise, I am very pleased with them.30/07/2020
Arrived slightly later than our main order, because of no immediate availability, but worth waiting for. Very popular with sparrows, starlings and tits, and even a great spotted woodpecker.30/07/2020
Our resident flock of tree sparrows can't get enough of these. They have learned to cling on to the fat ball feeder - so have the blackbirds and starlings. All types of tit love them and Woody Woodpecker tries his luck occasionally, too. There's always a woodpigeon waiting underneath the feeder waiting for the bits that fall down. I love that we can source them in a large quantity packed in a cardboard box - I repack them into plastic tubs left over from other brands so that we are not buying into more single-use plastic. So they seem like a winner all round.30/07/2020
All the birds love these; even mor3e than the loose seed.30/07/2020
The birds love them. I cut them up so they go in my square feeder until the flip top feeder arrives.30/07/2020
I have tried many different makes to have them still hanging and mouldy, not these 6 eaten per day30/07/2020
William Martin costello30/07/2020
Great for our sparrows - using 10 a day! however, bottom layer of box of 150 broken up and difficult to use.30/07/2020
Very pleased with this product and buy regularly. Delivery always very prompt, though slightly slower at the moment!30/07/2020
The birds are wolfing these so fast that they don't last long! they love them30/07/2020
The suet fat balls are very good and very popular with the sparrows and blue tits - BUT, cramming 150 into a 100 box meant that many were crushed into crumbs when they were delivered.30/07/2020
Birds eat them but don't say much.30/07/2020
It took the birds a while to take to these as they were used to the Super Suet Balls but once they started they were queuing up to get at them. The Starlings and Sparrows were really comical to watch they put on a great show in these mad times.30/07/2020
The birds in my garden clearly approve as I'm topping up the feeders daily, if not twice per day. So 300 fat balls at a good price also gets my approval.30/07/2020
Better value to buy the jumbo box (150) but don't know whether they had been shaken about in transit too much s there was a lot 'bittiness' in the box. The birds didn't have a problem with some of the balls being mis-shapen/broken and they have really loved them.18/07/2020
Flocks of long-tailed tits earlier in the year loved them. Several other birds, especially blue tits, enjoy them and yesterday we had over twenty-five starlings queuing to reach them through the bars of the squirrel-proof feeder. I’ll have to order more this week or there will be a riot!08/07/2020
Very good. I shall be ordering more.30/06/2020
I bought these as my last order of “super suet” fat balls were gobbled up incredibly quickly by hordes of juv starlings. It took a day or 2 before these were as popular but the birds have eaten them with relish. Am having to refill the feeders very quickly. I noticed the catalogue said birds may not eat these if they had previously been fed “super suet”- but they did! It just took a few days before they gave in- the others were easier to demolish!30/06/2020
Great quality fatballs. They arrived promptly and the birds love them!29/06/2020
Quality of product good but approximately 20% unusable as they were damaged during transit.29/06/2020
The potentially harmful plastic netting usually found on suet balls is not included on our bird fat balls. This eliminates the possibility of birds getting entangled in the netting.
Our fat balls are made from a combination of seeds, nuts, mealworms and suet. They are the perfect high energy food for birds during the colder months; their high fat content means that they help birds consume much-needed energy in a short space of time, which they need to keep warm when temperatures are low. However, our fat balls make an excellent addition to any garden throughout the year and will attract several species of wild bird no matter what season it is.
Suet is especially favoured by most species of tit, but other species of bird including Great spotted woodpeckers will eat them.
Our bird fat balls are high quality, and are also supplied without netting -- which is not always the case with other cheap suet balls available to buy online. Some of the cheapest suet balls on the bird food market include a mesh net when they are delivered. If the netting is not removed before they are put out, this can lead to birds being injured and, in some cases, dying.