Supa Mealworm Feeder

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Weight: 0.13 kg

This versatile feeder is designed to cover all permutations associated with dispensing this popular food. It can be hung in the usual manner from a tree,washing line or hook. Also due to the design of the base, the feeder can be placed on a length of dowel driven into the ground. The scattering of mealworms on the large base tray acts as an intial attractant and subsequentley as a supplementry feeding station whilst also catering for those birds that prefer a flat feeding surface.

Size: 8" / 20cm 2 port feeder.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Brilliant product. Bought for the

Brilliant product. Bought for the robins, other birds have enjoyed them also. Thanks.

Mealworm feeder

Excellent value.

Only thing slightly wrong the

Only thing slightly wrong the plate dose'nt lock it looks like the clips are to short I just some glue to hold it in place

Love the design but handle is a bit flimsy

The design of his feeder is exactly what I wanted. Good access for robins and tits and mealworms kept dry. The added bonus of the tray is great. Just a little concerned about the strength of the plastic the feeder is made from, especially the handle. Blackbirds love mealworms and if they can't perch near to current feeders to eat them they do flying passes which I fear may fairly soon break the handle

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1567 reviews

Always use Chubby Mealworms, excellent service and product

Meal Worm

Good value for money and swift delivery.


Our order was completed quickly and the hedgehogs love the product.


Order arrived promptly, thanks

Superb quality and service

Birds go chirruping mad for these Chubby mealworms and the fat balls too! I always moisten the mealworms for our birds in spring and summer when they have young. With the fat balls, I use a fat ball holder but I also put several in a bag and pop them on top of a radiator and when they’ve warmed through they’re then soft enough to crumble and scatter on the ground. All the birds get a look in then and everything is munched so there’s positively no waste - ever!