Chapelwood Half Coconut With Mealworms
Product Code: 55586
DescriptionOffer your wild garden birds some extra protein in their diet with a Chapelwood Half Coconut with Mealworms.
A fabulous treat for all kinds of varieties you will be encouraging lots of feathery visitors with one of these in your garden. Simple hang up, the premium suet contains quality seeds and grains that are delicious in bird terms – it won’t be long before the word gets out!
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Great value posted on 15/02/2014 by Wild Birds
Fantastic product, easy to hang on a tree branch then waited to enjoy watching sparrows chaffinches many tits and even a robin peck away at the food and mealworms.
good value posted on 29/01/2014 by Dii
Blackbirds were queing up to get into this treatNew to having a bird table and its been lovely to sit and watch the birds enjoying this treat
My Mice Loved It posted on 09/08/2012 by xenutia
I was almost disgusted by how quickly my four mice devoured the mealworms and now they spend hours gnawing the coconut shell An absolute hit And very inexpensive to boot
posted on 28/03/2012 by Annie
I bought 3 of the mealworms in a coconut shell my 3 hybrid hens finished a whole one in a day My silkie bantams pekins are not that eager as they are fussy about what they eat but I would recommend you give them a try for the wild birds too
My chickens love it posted on 20/08/2011 by beckiadcock
I bought this produt as an occasional treat for my rescue chickens. It as something different so I thought we'd try it. They were unsure at first but once they tasted it, it didn't last long and there are only three of them. Will buy again and at this price you can't go wrong.
The birds went crazy for this posted on 25/04/2012 by rsteer
Whenever I hang this in my garden the wild birds go crazy for it and it disappears quickly Its good high energy food which is needed at this time of year and attracts sparrows wrens blue tits chaffinches bullfinches magpies and collared doves The only downside is having to constantly order them because they are eaten up so quickly