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A good alternative to suet blocks

I was previously using suet blocks but had problems with starlings decimating them. Using buggy nibbles in a mesh feeder, it seems that the starlings are unable to consume them so quickly.
The tits are enjoying them greatly and the woodpeckers are able to get at them too. Blackbirds and robins are sweeping up any that make it to the floor. I haven't had any problems with them going mouldy as they don't stay in the feeder long enough :) By Rob, on 25 May 2014
24 out of 25 people found the above review helpful

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Great all-rounder

All the birds in my garden love this (as does the dog if he can get at it). There is no chance for it to get mouldy as others have suggested, it does not last long enough. By Giselle, on 30 Mar 2014
11 out of 12 people found the above review helpful

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Recently have gone mouldy in wet weather

Normally very popular with many birds. Have been using for over a year. Ok in hot weather, but have soon gone mouldy in recent mild wet weather. Putting out smaller quantities, but the birds hardly seem to be eating any.

RSPB response - Thanks for your review. The mild winter this year has meant that fewer birds are seeking food in gardens all over the country. Putting out smaller amounts more often is the right thing to do, especially in damp weather conditions. By Indeana, on 12 Jan 2014
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Buggy nibbles 3kg refill bag

SKU# R401719


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Putting our Buggy nibbles out in your garden is like putting hot cakes on the kitchen table: they are a delicacy that few garden birds can resist. Made from a tasty mix of mealworms, premium UK suet and cereal. 

Buggy nibbles are a great alternative to peanuts. They can be fed from a wire mesh nut and nibble feeder year-round. As they don't have the choking hazards of whole peanuts, they are also suitable for feeding loose from tables.
Made in the UK from top quality suet, they're a firm favourite with many garden birds.

Spend £35 and get a 3 kg bag of buggy nibbles for half price £6.37 (normal price £12.75).
Simply add the item to your basket and the discount will be applied. Offer ends 11th April 2016.

Most garden birds will eat many different foods. Here's a quick guide to the birds that particularly enjoy this food, though other species may also enjoy it too:

- Blackbird - Blackcap - Blue tit - Collared dove
- Great tit - House sparrow - Long-tailed tit - Robin
- Siskin - Song thrush - Starling - Wren
Our suet products are specially formulated to make them suitable for year-round feeding. However, if positioned in direct sunlight they may soften or melt in very hot weather. If this is happening, try placing them in a shaded spot instead, or waiting until the weather is cooler.
Weight 3 kg
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