300 x 90g Energy Boost Fat Balls (No nets)

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Weight: 29.0 kg
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Our Fat Balls have been specifically developed to provide birds with an extra boost of energy.

Made from high-grade suet blended with nutritious grains and seeds, Fat Balls are particularly beneficial during the colder winter months, when birds need to maintain their fat levels, as well as during the breeding season when birds are busy building nests and raising young.

High energy foods are also important during the moulting season and pre-migration.

Suitable for feeding all year round.

Composition: Beef Fat, Wheat, Wheat Flour, Sunflower Seeds, Sorghum.

Analytical Constituents: Fat Content 18%, Protein 8.5%, Crude Fibre 3%, Crude Ash 1%.

Brand: Walter Harrison or Bucktons

Please note these fat balls do not include nets. Also it is common for up to 10% of the fat balls to be broken at the bottom of the box. This is due to the fragile nature of the product and due to transport. These are still fine to feed to your birds though! We cannot accept returns / refunds for this reason.

NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION

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